Submissions sorted by number of interested attendees

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Below is a sorted (by number of interested attendees) list of all pages in Category:Wikimania submissions as of 13:58, 21 May 2011 (UTC). This list was calculated generated by MADe (recalculated by Blahma) using a slightly adapted version of the code originally written by User:He!ko (and patched by User:Waldir) for Wikimania 2010.

Rank

rank / (number of interested attendees) / link to submission
  1. (33) Wikimedia Chapters
  2. (29) Everything You Know About Wikipedia Is Wrong
  3. (24) Wikipedia and Academia: Experiences from the Campus Ambassadors Program in the US and UK
  4. (24) Newbies Incubator
  5. (23) Freedom of panorama and Wikimedia Commons
  6. (22) Ask the Developers
  7. (22) "Get Jimmy off my screen!" - the donations model for the 2010-2011 fundraiser
  8. (21) Wikimedia outreach efforts in India
  9. (20) Wiki Loves Monuments
  10. (19) Where Wikipedia has gone wrong, what we can do to bring it back on track
  11. (19) Stroopwafels
  12. (19) How the Wikimedia Foundation is Studying Editing Trends: 2010-2011
  13. (16) Revival of the Hindustani Language and the Role of Wikipedia
  14. (16) How Wikipedia spreads to other media
  15. (16) Growth and development of Wikimedia Deutschland
  16. (15) What Readers Want
  17. (15) Palace of Versailles and Wikimedia projects : feedback on the experience
  18. (15) New opportunities in GLAM-Wiki collaboration
  19. (14) What next in GLAM?
  20. (14) Soliciting expert reviews and contributions
  21. (13) Wikimedia Offline
  22. (13) Taking Wikipedia in Higher Education to the next level
  23. (13) People are Knowledge
  24. (13) Intercultural Issues Across Wikimedia Projects
  25. (13) Challenges encountered when working on Wikimedia projects for endangered languages
  26. (12) How scary is Wikipedia for non-machos?
  27. (12) Hippies with guns: how ideological conflict shapes Wikipedia and what we can learn from it
  28. (12) Editing 2.0: MediaWiki's upcoming visual editor and the future of templates
  29. (11) Wikiversity: Article creation in the composition classroom
  30. (11) State of GLAM in the Netherlands
  31. (11) Missing Wikipedias
  32. (10) Wikipedia content - thematics analysis
  33. (10) Wikimedia events
  34. (10) War and Peace: Writing Wikipedia Social Histories
  35. (10) The Wiki-Indian
  36. (10) Strategies for free access to Wikipedia
  37. (10) Integrating Wikipedia Projects in Technology Courses - Lessons Learned and Unexpected Pedagogical Values Gained
  38. (10) How to Start a Party on Six Continents
  39. (10) From a group of volunteers to a professional team
  40. (9) Workshop. Projects in languages with singular status
  41. (9) InlineEditor: a new editing interface
  42. (9) GLAMDerby - Collaborating with a smaller museum
  43. (9) Barriers and opportunities for expert participation in Wikipedia: Results from a survey
  44. (8) Wikipedia Chapters in Institutions of Higher Learning
  45. (8) WikiProject: Public Art
  46. (8) WMF Mobile Research
  47. (8) The Wikipedian Condition
  48. (8) Opening a window into Wikipedia: Article assessment
  49. (8) Lessons Learned from the Lessons Taught
  50. (8) Interscript Transliteration A Case for Konkani Language
  51. (8) Cooperation across different Wikipedia languages - the death anomalies case study
  52. (8) Best practices in mentoring programs
  53. (7) Wikipedia and L2 Learning (CALL)
  54. (7) Wikipedia Illustrated
  55. (7) Wikimedia & Indigenous Peoples: Pros, Cons and Community
  56. (7) Small Wikipedias, Great Expectations: Following the campaign for the development of the Greek-language Wikipedia.
  57. (7) Revival of Sanskrit language
  58. (7) Opening up Wikipedia's data: A lightweight approach to Wikipedia as a platform
  59. (7) Language policies on the Tagalog Wikipedia
  60. (7) Grey Revolution: Motivating Older Persons to Participate in Wikipedia
  61. (7) Anti-Vandalism Research: The Year in Review
  62. (6) Wikipedia's role in education
  63. (6) Wikipedia Goes To School
  64. (6) Wikimedia projects in Classical languages - An overview of Challenges and Growth prospects
  65. (6) Wiki Editing in the High School Classroom
  66. (6) The Wikiclinic Project
  67. (6) The Site Architecture You Can Edit
  68. (6) Stand Up, Speak Words, Spread WikiPassion
  69. (6) Simulacrums of Wikipedia in Polish press - Comparative and Historic perspective
  70. (6) ResourceLoader
  71. (6) Readership Survey
  72. (6) Iberocoop: Regional cooperation in action
  73. (6) Developping a language for the Internet
  74. (6) Collaborative Watchlist
  75. (6) Account Creation Improvement Project
  76. (5) Wikipedia is afraid of governments
  77. (5) Wikipedia en el aula
  78. (5) Wikinglish: Can the ‘Wikis’ Be the Point of Reference for the Emerging Trends in English?
  79. (5) WikiBhasha: Our Experiences in Enabling Multilingual Wikipedia Content Creation
  80. (5) WikiAfrica: Call for last mile operators
  81. (5) The Free Wiki World Map: Openstreetmap
  82. (5) Revolution of the Wiki
  83. (5) Project Internet in Sweden
  84. (5) From the Wikiversity content to its conflicts
  85. (5) From on-wiki conflicts to real-life collaboration
  86. (5) Flagged Revisions - a step forward never taken?
  87. (5) Cultural Configuration: Autoreferentiality in Wikipedia
  88. (5) Collaborative Lesson Planning
  89. (5) Changing the world, one law at a time (Lobbying for Wikimedians)
  90. (5) 5 Cool Libraries for Your Gadgets
  91. (4) Wikipedia as UNESCO World Heritage - a status report
  92. (4) Wikipedia and beyond: Incentivizing the engagement for freely licensed material and projects
  93. (4) Wikipedia and Wikinews: differences between news articles and encyclopedic news
  94. (4) Wikipedia Survey: The final results
  95. (4) Wikimedia technical staff vs. the World
  96. (4) Wikimedia and the Public Domain
  97. (4) WikiGuides and new users
  98. (4) Wiki urban art
  99. (4) Wiki Migration
  100. (4) Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware - Software made the wiki way
  101. (4) The Volunteer Response Team: Willing hands working unseen
  102. (4) Strategies for Wikinews
  103. (4) Seamless integration of machine translation as an aid to Wikipedia readers and editors
  104. (4) School-sized-Wiki
  105. (4) QRpedia
  106. (4) MediaWiki as enterprise software
  107. (4) Inter Lingual Wiktionary
  108. (4) Impact of the Public Policy Initiative through Numbers and Stories
  109. (4) Identity, Reputation, and Gratitude
  110. (4) GlobalMelt
  111. (4) Fighting The Intellectual Property Regime
  112. (4) Editor Satisfaction Survey
  113. (4) Designing a Lecture Course on Wikipedia and Wiki Technologies
  114. (4) Cultural Fair Use, Political Narrative and Copyright.
  115. (4) Building for Failure (Wikimedia XML Dumps on a Regular Schedule)
  116. (4) Accessibility and Wikipedia
  117. (4) A brief introduction to MediaWiki extension development
  118. (3) mathematics in wikiversity
  119. (3) Wikipedia in education-benefit through dialogue
  120. (3) Wikipedia as Learning Management Software
  121. (3) Wikipedia and the Commons in instructional design and learning activities
  122. (3) Wikipedia Neutrality Disputes Correlate with Political Instability
  123. (3) Wikimedia in Turkey
  124. (3) Wikimedia Operations Overview
  125. (3) Wikimedia Mobile Panel
  126. (3) Wiki as a means to enhance dialog in the classroom
  127. (3) Webfonts
  128. (3) State of the GLAM: DC
  129. (3) Science Education
  130. (3) Quality and Engagement: Making the Connection
  131. (3) Paragogy
  132. (3) OpenStreetMap mapping party
  133. (3) New age, new knowledge
  134. (3) Media Labs
  135. (3) How to get what you want from MediaWiki developers
  136. (3) How Rules and Resources Constrain Social Memory on Wikipedia: the case of 2011 Japan earthquake
  137. (3) Hebrew Wikipedia entries in the eyes of experts
  138. (3) Encouraging Participation in Wikimedia Projects
  139. (3) Discussion and Improvement Proposals for the Current Interwiki Linking System on Wikipedia
  140. (3) Digital restorations
  141. (3) CoSyne: Multilingual Content Synchronization with Wikis
  142. (3) Biography of living people : "Sorry I'm not dead"
  143. (3) A Qt library for MediaWiki, and what you can do with it
  144. (2) Young Wikipedians’ perceptions of Wikipedia: a case study in Hong Kong
  145. (2) Wikis considered as least energy systems: Cultutal and community implications for accuracy
  146. (2) Wikipedia used to be cool
  147. (2) Wikimedia Mobile
  148. (2) Wiki-based National Content Development
  149. (2) Wiki to LaTeX
  150. (2) Translating to Nepali from other languages
  151. (2) Towards a Semantic Wikipedia
  152. (2) The line of sufficiency
  153. (2) The construction of Wikipedia's epistemic culture
  154. (2) The Wiki Bond
  155. (2) Testing for Mediawiki
  156. (2) Taxonomy of Indian (Bharatiya) Religious Literature since Vedic times
  157. (2) Support the miners - improving quality by boosting editors work
  158. (2) Spread the Word: Defocussing educational efforts
  159. (2) Reflecting knowledge diversity
  160. (2) Participating in research projects
  161. (2) Let's get local!
  162. (2) How to spam wikipedia and get away with it
  163. (2) How to handle data and run statistical analyses in Mediawiki
  164. (2) GLAM partnerships in the real life
  165. (2) Editor trends - Wikipedia PT
  166. (2) Autonomous Detection of Collaborative Link Spam
  167. (2) A framework to visualizing wiki-based transclusion
  168. (2) A Smart Dictionary. From Information to Knowledge
  169. (1) Woogle4MediaWiki - An Extension to improve Search and Guide Contributions
  170. (1) Wikis Love Leaders!
  171. (1) Wikipedia in the Academic World - Lessons learned from Christian Theology Writing Competition in Wikipedia Indonesia
  172. (1) Wikipedia Takes Your City
  173. (1) WikiLeaks Comments: An Exploratory Analysis
  174. (1) Wiki-assets as the embryo of free and global markets for patents and intellectual property rights
  175. (1) What place for companies on Wikipedia ?
  176. (1) Volunteer Response Team Workshop
  177. (1) Transparency: The Art of Information Sharing - Museum Artist files on Wikipedia
  178. (1) Sport Wiki Academy
  179. (1) Speeding up the Wikimedia websites without breaking them
  180. (1) Philippines in a Colonial, Commercialized, and Fascist Education
  181. (1) Our educational wikis - pros and cons of Wikipedia
  182. (1) National-Scale Wiki for Rights and Benefits
  183. (1) Intopedia - Ask not what Wikipedia can do for you - ask what you can do for Wikipedia!
  184. (1) Interlanguage links in Wikipedia: current problems and future development
  185. (1) Inclusionism, deletionism, bot created articles and notability exceptions correlated with user satisfaction
  186. (1) Global distribution of our community and readers
  187. (1) Don't burn the committees: set up your own
  188. (1) Collaborative Hypervideo Authoring in Common Wikis Engines
  189. (1) Collaborative Diplomacy
  190. (1) Chiara Ohoven and the strange tale of German Leistungsethik
  191. (1) Categorization system strengths and pitfalls
  192. (1) Ambiguous interwikis
  193. (0) ויקירפואה
  194. (0) Wikimoney
  195. (0) Student clubs: How to maintain student contributors
  196. (0) Pikiwiki, Free Image Collection of Israel – Convergence between Cultural Value, Usability and Copyrights
  197. (0) Medical education
  198. (0) May it please the court
  199. (0) Best Practice
  200. (0) Baloch Culture and its Future
  201. (0) An open-access and open-data policy for projects of the Wikimedia Foundation
  202. (0) 24HRS WORLDWIDE YOUTH HUMANITY

Script to update the page

Any Mac or Linux user should be able to update this page by saving the below script as allsubs.py and running it by typing

python allsubs.py > sorted_submissions.txt

in a command line.

  • Windows users should first install Python and add the python installation folder to the Path system variable (instructions | video), in order to be able to run the command above from the DOS command line.
source code
(remember to replace USERNAME, YEAR and PASSWORD below by your own credentials for this wiki)
#!/usr/bin/env python
import urllib
import json
import re
 
api_url = "http://wikimaniaYEAR.wikimedia.org/w/api.php"
 
def dump_cat(name):
    # login
    url = api_url + "?action=login&lgname=USERNAME&lgpassword=PASSWORD"
    urllib.urlopen(url)
    # fetch members
    url = api_url + '?action=query&format=json&list=categorymembers' + \
                    '&cmlimit=500&cmnamespace=0&cmtitle=' + name
    res = json.loads(urllib.urlopen(url).read())
    members = res['query']['categorymembers']
 
    submissions = []
    for i,p in enumerate(members):
        url = api_url +  '?action=query&format=json&prop=revisions&titles=%s&rvprop=content'\
              % urllib.quote(p['title'].encode('utf8'))
        res = json.loads(urllib.urlopen(url).read())
        num = len( re.findall('YEAR \(UTC\)', repr(res)) )
        assert not '-1' in res['query']['pages']
        submissions.append((num, p['title']))
    submissions.sort()
    submissions.reverse()
 
    for c, n in submissions:
        print '# (%d) [[%s]]' % (c, re.sub("(Submissions/)(.+)","\\1\\2|\\2",n.encode('utf8')))
 
if __name__ == '__main__':
    dump_cat('Category:Wikimania submissions')