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The Dumbarton Rail Bridge in San Francisco Bay, July 2021. Canon EOS 650D. 1/125, ISO 100, f/6.3

Tech News: 2023-19[edit]

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Feedback request: Wikipedia style and naming request for comment[edit]

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Tech News: 2023-20[edit]

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WikiProject Med Newsletter - Issue 21[edit]

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Issue 21—June 2023

WikiProject Medicine Newsletter

Hello all. Another irregular edition of the newsletter; pardon the six-month gap. I was inspired to collect this after seeing how much activity there is in the GA space on the medicine front. Please review a GAN if you have time, and help to welcome more medicine editors into the fold:

Recognized content (since January 1!)

Trinidad Arroyo nom. Thebiguglyalien, reviewed by Mike Christie
Mycobacterium nom. BluePenguin18, reviewed by Ealdgyth

Nominated for review

Hanhart syndrome nom. Etriusus, under review by Dancing Dollar
Persistent stapedial artery nom. X750
Howard Florey nom. Hawkeye7
History of penicillin nom. Hawkeye7
Cataract surgery nom. Pbsouthwood
COVID-19 pandemic nom. Ozzie10aaaa, under review by Shibbolethink
Mohamed Hamad Satti nom. FuzzyMagma
El Hadi Ahmed El Sheikh nom. FuzzyMagma
Mansour Ali Haseeb nom. FuzzyMagma
Sinus tarsi syndrome for peer review by Pear1020


  • Wikipedia:Good article reassessment is back in business, with a new process and new coordinators. If you see medicine-related GAs that may no longer meet the GA criteria, feel free to nominate them for attention/reassessment (please, not too many at once, lest we get overwhelmed). I'll incorporate them into the listings above.
  • Major depressive disorder, Schizophrenia, and Dengue fever are featured articles that need updating. Feel free to chime in at the talk pages or WT:MED if you have the time/bandwidth to help update. They'll likely go to featured article review for more feedback in the near(ish) future (probably in the order listed).

Newsletter ideas, comments, and criticisms welcome here.

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Nomination for deletion of Template:Signpost header image[edit]

Ambox warning blue.svgTemplate:Signpost header image has been nominated for deletion. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the entry on the Templates for discussion page. Jonatan Svensson Glad (talk) 21:40, 21 May 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

The Signpost: 22 May 2023[edit]

Tech News: 2023-21[edit]

16:53, 22 May 2023 (UTC)

Books & Bytes – Issue 56[edit]


The Wikipedia Library: Books & Bytes
Issue 56, March – April 2023

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The Signpost[edit]

Hi JPxG, I'm very much interested to know if you have any example for The Signpost covering any other decision than those of the englisch de:Arbitration Committee. From what I am aware, the Signpost is exclusively edited by English Wikipedia editors and covers exclusively matters of interest for the same community. I believe that, in that regard, the article is very much biased and is not what other language Wikipedias would call expressing a neutral point of view. Please accept that I am not questioning your intention. Thanks for your time and best regards. −Sargoth 11:44, 29 May 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

(talk page stalker) We've covered the Schiedsgericht a few times in The Signpost, e.g. Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/2009-10-05/News_and_notes, Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/2012-10-22/Special_report, Wikipedia:Wikipedia_Signpost/2016-12-22/Special_report.
I do edit the German Wikipedia occasionally (mostly I just contribute to the Kurier these days). User:HaeB is another Signpost regular who edits de:WP. User:Kudpung isn't currently active in the Signpost, but he's edited German de:WP as well. I may well have missed others.
If we don't cover German ArbCom stories more often, it's due more to a lack of capacity and contributors than to a lack of will to do stories about non-English editions of Wikipedia (or indeed other Wikimedia projects). Regards, Andreas JN466 12:15, 29 May 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Tech News: 2023-22[edit]

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