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anon - tweet about anonymous Wikipedia edits from particular IP address ranges

  •    Javascript

Tweet anonymous edits to Wikipedia from IP ranges.

apps-android-wikipedia - The official Wikipedia Android app

  •    Java

This repository contains the source code for the official Wikipedia Android app.

wikipedia-ios - The official Wikipedia iOS app.

  •    Objective-C

The official Wikipedia iOS client.The app is primarily being developed by the Wikimedia Foundation's Mobile Apps team. This README provides high-level guidelines for getting started with the project. If you have any questions, comments, or issues, the easiest way to talk to us is joining the #wikimedia-mobile channel on the Freenode IRC server during Eastern and Pacific business hours. We'll also gladly accept any tickets filed against the project in Phabricator.

WikiQuiz - Generates a quiz for a Wikipedia page using parts of speech and text chunking.

  •    CSS

ie. if the answer is '1960s', show '1950s' as another option. Ignoring the less text heavy parts of a Wikipedia page.




reality - Comprehensive data proxy to knowledge about real world

  •    Ruby

Reality is experimental Ruby library/set of libraries to provide uniform query access to heterogenous web API, with accent on real-world knowledge ones. It emphasizes simplicity of data access and interoperability of data from various sources. The ultimate goal is to make the world inspectable and computable.

Kiwix - Offline Reader For Wikipedia

  •    C

Kiwix enables you to have the whole Wikipedia at hand wherever you go. Kiwix gives you access to the whole human knowledge. You don't need Internet, everything is stored on your computer, USB flash drive or DVD. It is basically an offline reader for web content. It supports the ZIM format, a highly compressed open format with additional meta-data.

WikiImporter for NodeXL

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Import networks from MediaWikis directly into NodeXL for analysis and visualization.

Wikipedia browser for Microsoft Surface

  •    WPF

Wikipedia browser for Microsoft Surface allows to search Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons on Microsoft Surface device.


mwparserfromhell - A Python parser for MediaWiki wikicode

  •    Python

mwparserfromhell (the MediaWiki Parser from Hell) is a Python package that provides an easy-to-use and outrageously powerful parser for MediaWiki wikicode. It supports Python 2 and Python 3. Developed by Earwig with contributions from Σ, Legoktm, and others. Full documentation is available on ReadTheDocs. Development occurs on GitHub.

FEL - Fast Entity Linker Toolkit for training models to link entities to KnowledgeBase (Wikipedia) in documents and queries

  •    Java

This library performs query segmentation and entity linking to a target reference Knowledge Base (i.e., Wikipedia). In its current version it is tailored +towards query entity linking (alternatively, short fragments of text). The main goal was to have an extremely fast linker (< 1 or 2 ms/query on average on a standard laptop) that is completely unsupervised, so that more sophisticated approaches can work on top of it with a decent time budget available. A side effect of this is that the datapack used by the linker occupies <3GB making it suitable to run on the grid (and making the footprint on server machines very low).Please install maven before you run this project. The project comes with a pom.xml which should install all dependencies when you run the command mvn install.

robotirc - Multifonction IRC bot written in Node.js

  •    Javascript

Multifonction IRC bot written in Node.js.Start RobotIRC by invoking robotirc.

wikidata - Scripts for Wikidata

  •    Python

Scripts for Wikidata.To run these scripts, you need to install pywikibot.

quickwiki - :globe_with_meridians: A Google Chrome extension that allows users to preview articles on Wikipedia and other wikis

  •    CSS

A Google Chrome extension that allows users to become wiki-ninjas overnight by making it dead-simple to explore Wikipedia (or any other wiki on the web). When browsing Wikipedia or most wikis, simply Shift + Left Click any link to another wiki article to open it in a popup. To install, visit the extension page on the Chrome Webstore.

ratewithscience - Rate things on arbitrary scales using big data and science!

  •    Javascript

A web app for finding a rating scale between two arbitrary things. Ever wanted to rate something on a scale of David Hasselhoff to the Eiffel Tower? Well now you can.Dave Pagurek and I made this for the TerribleHack Winter 2015 hackathon. I wrote the backend, Dave wrote the frontend. I later rewrote the backend in Nim and then D to make it cleaner and easier to deploy as well as learn new languages.

wikicrush - Processor scripts for Wikipedia dumps to crush them into a dense binary format that is easy to pathfind with

  •    Ruby

Extracts link graphs in a variety of formats from Wikipedia data dumps. This includes a highly compact binary graph format designed for very efficient graph searches.It can compress a recent 10GB compressed Wikipedia dump into a 630MB binary link graph and a 550MB sqlite database for translating article names into binary graph offsets.

WikipediaKit - API Client Framework for Swift 3 on macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS

  •    Swift

The Wikipedia API is a complex beast. It takes some time (and willpower) to learn all of its idiosyncrasies. The WikipediaKit framework is written in Swift 4, has no third-party dependencies, and runs on macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS.

copyvios - A copyright violation detector running on Wikimedia Cloud Services

  •    Mako

This is a copyright violation detector running on Wikimedia Labs. It can search the web for content similar to a given article, and graphically compare an article to a specific URL. Some technical details are expanded upon in a blog post.

earwigbot - A Python robot that edits Wikipedia and interacts with people over IRC

  •    Python

EarwigBot is a Python robot that edits Wikipedia and interacts with people over IRC. This file provides a basic overview of how to install and setup the bot; more detailed information is located in the docs/ directory (available online at PyPI). Development began, based on the Pywikipedia framework, in early 2009. Approval for its fist task, a copyright violation detector, was carried out in May, and the bot has been running consistently ever since (with the exception of Jan/Feb 2011). It currently handles several ongoing tasks ranging from statistics generation to category cleanup, and on-demand tasks such as WikiProject template tagging. Since it started running, the bot has made over 50,000 edits.





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