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 08:17, 7 July 2010 (UTC)

  • Note: The list is not necessarily accurate, as the the script used to generate it is a quick hack (see below).
rank / (number of interested attendees) / link to submission
  1. (36) Conflicts between chapters and communities
  2. (30) From Russia with love and squalor: an overview of Russian Wikipedia
  3. (30) Allow, Invite, Encourage: Growing Wikimedia in the World
  4. (24) The State of Wikimedia Scholarship 2009-2010: WikiSym and Beyond
  5. (20) Google translation
  6. (19) Wikipedia Books: How Offline Improves Online
  7. (19) Threaded discussions on Wikimedia sites with LiquidThreads
  8. (19) Flagged revisions study results
  9. (18) The future of Wikimedia User experience
  10. (18) Reflections on Wikimedia Commons
  11. (17) Wiki community best practices. Why are less people contributing?
  12. (17) Publishing Wikipedia Books: Implementing a community driven process to get Wikipedia into book stores
  13. (17) An interdisciplinary approach to Wikipedia: literary criticism, linguistics, anthropology, and sociolinguistic research
  14. (16) Wikipedian in Residence
  15. (16) Wikimedia in Japan: Acculturation and Outreach
  16. (16) Towards a free culture and access to knowledge movement?
  17. (16) The role of Women in the Wikipedia community. A case study from Spanish Wikipedia.
  18. (15) Minority Languages and Wikipedia
  19. (15) Five years of structured wiki data with SMW: experiences and directions
  20. (13) Wikis In Print 2010
  21. (13) Wikimedia: Striving for an International Organisational Scope, The Importance of Culture
  22. (13) Wikimedia Asia Project
  23. (13) Social identity enactment and roles creation in Wikipedia community
  24. (12) Wikipedia Offline
  25. (12) Why not all Wikipedias are equal
  26. (12) Interlanguage links in Wikipedia: current problems and future development
  27. (12) Having Wikipedias compete on equal footing
  28. (12) BLP update on EN Wiki (from deletion sprees to sticky prods)
  29. (12) A Review of Google Translation project in Tamil Wikipedia: Role of voluntarism, free and organically evolved community in ensuring quality of Wikipedia
  30. (11) Wikimedia's Five Year Strategic Plan
  31. (11) Trends in Wikipedia Communities
  32. (11) Tamil Wikipedia: A Study of The Challenges and Potentials in Relation to Socio-Cultural Context of the Tamil Community
  33. (11) Secrets to the success of the Swedish Wikisource
  34. (11) Let's Get Video on Wikipedia
  35. (11) How Wikipedia spreads to other media
  36. (11) Geodata in Wikimedia projects
  37. (11) Forbidden love or the case of collaborative knowledge in an Argentinian University
  38. (11) Federating Wikipedia
  39. (10) Understanding Wikimedians: Practical Tools for Academic Research
  40. (10) Project Management best practices for WikiProjects
  41. (10) Polish and New York open education alliances: the future model for broader cooperation?
  42. (10) Offline & alternate versions of WikiMedia Wiki content
  43. (10) Feudal Wikipedia
  44. (10) Creative Commons global affiliate network–origin, role, future, including collaboration and shared learnings with Wikimedia chapters
  45. (10) Bold video? Confronting multimedia content in the Wikipedia Manual of Style, NPOV and Be bold! guidelines
  46. (9) Wikiexpedtion - an approach to mix outreach and data collecting social activites
  47. (9) Using Wikipedia as a Teaching Tool – the Wikipedia Public Policy Initiative and the path to an effective and sustainable collaborative environment with the world of higher education
  48. (9) Maps and Semantic Maps
  49. (9) Lessons Learned from the development of National OER strategies
  50. (9) Enciclopedia Chilena: Bringing it back alive using Wikisource
  51. (9) Context and Linearity: Representing Structure in Wikis
  52. (9) Comparing the structure of tagging in a protein-protein interaction network, a co-authorship network and the English Wikipedia
  53. (9) Batuta's Army: From polish biggest hoax to polish biggest struggle for credibility
  54. (9) Academic Researchers in Wikimedia Communities: Ethics, Methods, and Policies
  55. (8) Wikipedia in the Brazilian press
  56. (8) Wikipedia eco-system governance: Power embedded in the governance infrastructure
  57. (8) Wikipedia at schools. The Catalan experience.
  58. (8) Template scripting
  59. (8) Reciprocal Enrichment between Wikipedia and Machine Translators
  60. (8) Pushing MediaWiki Internationalization: Insights into MediaWiki i18n at a large multi-language service provider
  61. (8) Performance, scalability and security for extension developers
  62. (8) Mining Wikipedia public data
  63. (8) Dynamics of Wikipedia Talk pages: serving the article, showing the community
  64. (8) Adding books to Wikisource
  65. (7) digitization of cultural heritage in Argentina
  66. (7) Why do Editors Leave Wikipedia? A Survey of Casual Contributors
  67. (7) We were promised Xanadu
  68. (7) The organization of lusophone Wikipedia
  69. (7) The Language Commons Wiki
  70. (7) State of the art Wikipedia research
  71. (7) Semantic Result Formats: Automatically transforming structured data into useful output formats
  72. (7) Mentoring programs: Structure of the German MP and international comparison
  73. (7) First steps towards accessibility
  74. (7) Edit and Revert Trends
  75. (7) Blue note - MediaWiki for enterprises
  76. (7) Beyond the Encyclopedia: The Frontiers of Free Knowledge
  77. (7) Acehnese Wikipedia
  78. (6) Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects as a Learning Aid in Secondary Education (with an example from Slovenia)
  79. (6) WikiProjects and Automation
  80. (6) TraduXio: Translation and Multilingual Content Management
  81. (6) The Wiki as an Organism
  82. (6) Semantic Search on Heterogeneous Wiki Systems
  83. (6) Reflect: A Tool for Supporting Reflection and Active Listening
  84. (6) Open source knowledge, the history, the present and the future
  85. (6) OTRS: Wikimedia's complaints department
  86. (6) Let's create a collaborative atlas of world history!
  87. (6) Increasing multimedia participation on Wikimedia websites
  88. (6) Improving Usability Collaboratively
  89. (6) Diplopedia: The Evolution of a Wiki
  90. (6) Covering the Wikimania community
  91. (6) Connectivity
  92. (6) Brainstorming Wikimedia and social media
  93. (5) Wikimedia and the A/H1N1 flu: a documented pandemic
  94. (5) Strategies to select and assess content for offline versions like published books or offline readers
  95. (5) REABr
  96. (5) Personality traits of Polish Wikipedia members
  97. (5) Panel Discussion for Knowledge Sharing: How to make a Wiki Event
  98. (5) MobileOffline
  99. (5) Malayalam wiki projects - Current status and future strategy
  100. (5) Extension Management Platform
  101. (5) Batch uploading at Commons
  102. (5) Accessibility Workshop
  103. (4) power to the writing process
  104. (4) Wikiversity: a project struggling with its scope and identity
  105. (4) Wikimedia Germany's Software and Infrastructure Projects
  106. (4) Wikievolution: on Growth of Complexity and Diversity of Wikimedia Projects
  107. (4) WikiTV: the Open Media Project
  108. (4) Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Revision Metadata and the STiki Anti-Vandalism Tool
  109. (4) Participating in Product Development
  110. (4) Mediawiki internationalization and community feedback
  111. (4) Innovative Training Methods for Technical Studies in India
  112. (4) Informing Design with Data
  113. (4) History in Wikipedia: towards processes explanations, rather than simple data
  114. (4) From free information to free life
  115. (4) Defining possible objectives on Spanish Wikinews
  116. (4) Creating offline version of Wiki content - Solutions and Challenges
  117. (4) AskTheWiki
  118. (4) A Selenium testing framework for MediaWiki
  119. (3) creating free audio to Wikimedia projects
  120. (3) Wikipedia is not the sum of all human knowledge: do we need a wiki for open data?
  121. (3) Wikimob Teaching by Doing
  122. (3) Wikimedia's Point of View
  123. (3) Unique Qualities of Wikiversity in Higher Education
  124. (3) Houbraken Project
  125. (3) Community P2P/CDN for WIkipedia video delivery
  126. (3) Collaborating on Collaborative Video for Wikipedia
  127. (3) Academic Freedom, Net Freedom and Wiki Freedom
  128. (2) wiki2cd: A tool for creating offline wiki repository for CD/DVD
  129. (2) Wikiversity: problems and possible solutions
  130. (2) Wikipedia as an alternative to traditional civic activism
  131. (2) WIKIWHYFILES: WIKI Answers Unanswered WHYs.
  132. (2) Poop patrol
  133. (2) Open Linked Language Data: Building a Collaborative Database for Hanzi and Kanji
  134. (2) In the shadow of Wikipedia: PlanetMath at Ten
  135. (2) How we make Wiki use in mobiles friendly?
  136. (2) Collaborative Lesson Planning
  137. (2) An SMW-powered Analytic Encyclopedia
  138. (2) Aktuelle Geografie bei Grossanlässen: Bsp Fussball WM und EM
  139. (1) WikiCause-Proposal for a Wikimedia Sister Project for Creating a Social Platform for promoting Internet Activism
  140. (1) Wiki Platforms in High Assurance Environments: Beyond Intellipedia
  141. (1) Wiki Lima
  142. (1) Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware - Software made the wiki way
  143. (1) Tenets for our Common Good
  144. (1) Reclaiming the Public Metadata Commons, Starting With Video
  145. (1) Opasnet Base: Mediawiki as a database UI
  146. (1) Microsoft Technology (.NET)
  147. (1) Libre planet 2010
  148. (1) Ius Internet – Wikipedia and the future of law of Internet
  149. (1) Fitnesse – an UAT tool beyond compare for ETL testing
  150. (1) Doctor Who
  151. (1) Designing Tools for Supporting Wikiversity Courses: the Case of EduFeedr
  152. (1) Culture Can Save Us
  153. (1) Combate ao Crack no Brasil e no Mundo
  154. (1) Academic Freedom, Internet Freedom and Wiki Freedom
  155. (0) WikiQuiz - automatic generation of multiple choice question sets using the Wikimedia projects, raw text processing and metadata tags
  156. (0) WikiCommunity: Growing in Knowledge and Creativity
  157. (0) Virus vs. antivirus presentation
  158. (0) The BUD (Be Uniquely Different) Branding Principle
  159. (0) Restricted sites in Pakistan
  160. (0) Online Entrepreneurship Development Program
  161. (0) Life As We Know It
  162. (0) Libraries and Wikipedia
  163. (0) Issues with the numbers game that is the strategy project
  164. (0) General Tso's Chicken Song
  165. (0) Free software for users
  166. (0) AMBA
  167. (0) A living survey of interest and opinions
  168. (0) A history of Mathematics of silversmiths
  169. (0) A Search Box that Follows You
  170. (0) 4G Technologies

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 and PASSWORD below by your own credentials for this wiki)
#!/usr/bin/env python
import urllib
import json
import re
 
api_url = "http://wikimania2010.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('\[User:.*?\]', 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')