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-Mohammed Sadat Abdulai
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Greetings, Ghana woke up to a very sad morning. Rained for 3 hours already
and it's still cloudy and lot of thunderclaps as I type. But I decided to
use my morning for this  article.
Kindly come over. It's #Dumsor at my end so I don't know when I'll back.
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The May 2015 issue of the Wikimedia Research Newsletter is out:
In this issue:
1 German study finds Wikipedia's pharma articles accurate and largely complete
2 Notable women "slightly overrepresented" (not underrepresented) on Wikipedia, but the Smurfette principle still holds
3 Editors who use user talk pages are more involved in high-quality articles
4 "Wikipedia, collective memory, and the Vietnam War"
5 Survey of secondary school use of Wikipedia
6.1 "User engagement on Wikipedia, a review of studies of readers and editors"
6.2 Freedom of panorama in Europe
6.3 Talking like an admin: linguistic mimicry and network centrality on Wikipedia
••• 8 publications were covered in this issue •••
Thanks to William Skaggs, Max Klein, Piotr Konieczny, Gamaliel and Jonathan Morgan for contributing.
Masssly, Tilman Bayer and Dario Taraborelli
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