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These pages currently display the production plans
These pages currently display the production plans. Test drive [http://wikidocumentaries-demo.wmflabs.org/ the demo] that shows the features as they emerge. See the bottom of the page if you wish to follow or contribute to the project. Vote and propose features in the [http://www.allourideas.org/wikidocumentaries feature poll]</div>
Latest revision as of 15:21, 5 March 2019
Wikidocumentaries is a wiki for small history
Wikidocumentaries is a wiki for writing history for every historian: amateur historians, scholars and all citizens interested in history. Everyone can investigate the archives of cultural heritage from their own perspective, combine materials into narratives, enrich them with additional information and share with communities of their liking. Wikidocumentaries gives people a freedom to roam in history.
It is based on the existing content in Wikimedia projects, which are complemented with smaller and lesser topics. Small places, all related people ever lived or happenings they were involved in. The project topics are limited by the scope of the project, micro history. Respecting privacy is very important.
Wikidocumentaries brings together data, articles, and media from Wikimedia projects and ties it in with content from other open repositories, that are accessed through their public APIs.
Read more about the geolocating tool.
Reading, recording, displaying, curating, and citing sources
Enriching image metadata
All information recycled in Wikidocumentaries is openly licensed or Public Domain. Enriched data will be recycled to open projects in Wikimedia and other open projects.
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