Yes, I saw this news as well.
Check out these results:
It looks like most but not all Wikimedia sites pass Google's test.
Personally I hope we invest heavily in Mobile Web in the next annual plan.
I would like to see growth in mobile readership and growth in mobile
contributions, and year-over-year growth in combined desktop and mobile
readership and contributions.
*This is an Encyclopedia* <https://www.wikipedia.org/>
*One gateway to the wide garden of knowledge, where lies The deep rock of
our past, in which we must delve The well of our future,The clear water we
must leave untainted for those who come after us,The fertile earth, in
which truth may grow in bright places, tended by many hands,And the broad
fall of sunshine, warming our first steps toward knowing how much we do not
On Sun, Apr 26, 2015 at 11:24 PM, Gerard Meijssen <gerard.meijssen(a)gmail.com
It is all over the news. Google will push mobile phone support by changing
its ranking algorithm. A website that does not support mobiles well will
suffer the consequences. Several sources like /. indicate that Wikipedia
has a problem.
I am anxious to learn what we are going to do.
From my perspective this is not a time of endless deliberations; we have
done that, we have been there. Mobile is where we grow. It seems to me a no
brainer that we will move lock stock and barrel to a more mobile friendly
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