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Definitions of [wikimedia] on the Web:
The Wikimedia Foundation Inc. is the parent organization of Wikipedia,
Wiktionary, Wikiquote, Wikibooks (including Wikijunior and Wikiversity),
Wikisource, In Memoriam 9/11, Wikimedia Commons, Wikispecies, Wikinews,
and Nupedia (defunct). It is a non-profit corporation organized under
the laws of Florida, USA. Its existence was officially announced by
Wikia CEO and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on June 20, 2003.=20
Definitions of [mediawiki] on the Web:
MediaWiki is a Wiki software package licensed under the GNU General
Public License. It is a feature-rich wiki implementation, and is used to
run Wikipedia and other Wikimedia Foundation projects, as well as many
Definitions of [wikipedia] on the Web:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page A free content, multilingual
encyclopedia written collaboratively by contributors around the world.
The site is a Wiki - anybody can edit and add to an article. Offers
quick understanding on controversial issues. Strong in current affairs.
Wikipedia is a Web-based, free-content encyclopedia written
collaboratively by volunteers and sponsored by the non-profit Wikimedia
Foundation. It has editions in roughly 200 different languages (about
100 of which are active) and contains entries both on traditional
encyclopedic topics and on almanac, gazetteer, and current events
topics. Its purpose is to create and distribute a free international
encyclopedia in as many languages as possible. ...
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I didn't start the confusion over where the "Wiki" words goes - before
or after the differentiating source-identifier word, I'm just trying to
survive it! MediaWiki, WikiMedia, MediaWiki, WikiMedia ... potato,
potato ... !!!
The only arguments I have with you are:
- blocking non-spammers from posting.
- you think that if someone gets lost after you give them directions,
it's their fault.
- Peter Blaise
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