Quick Hit: Wikipedia Feminism Project

Perhaps in an attempt to address the issue that Maya wrote about earlier this year, the lack of women editors contributing to Wikipedia, there is a Wikipedia Feminism Project: Wikiproject Feminism.

It looks like an incredible resource both for information about feminism, but also for feminist users of Wikipedia.

Via Deanna Zandt

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  • http://feministing.com/members/luggageandsouls/ Ritch Ludlow

    Oh, Wikipedia. Sigh. Outdated, hard to use software. Its not the hardest thing in the world, but its dated, and off-putting to new users. The trick is just to take the time to sit down and figure out how it all works. That’s hard motivation for a lot of people. Its not an easy way in.

    • http://feministing.com/members/cactuswren/ Susan C Mitchell

      I’m not sure what the alternative is, though, except to make it harder for regular contributors (by “upgrading” the interface so frequently they have to relearn the system on a regular basis) and easier for the anonymous edit-and-run types who like to insert POO and PENIS and YOUR MOM into articles at random.