Open Science Radio on WikiCite, interviewing Dario Taraborelli and Lydia Pintscher from the WikiCite Organizing Committee.
On May 25-26, WikiCite took place in Berlin — an event focused on technical aspects of handling citations and references within and across Wikimedia projects. The topics discussed and worked on ranged from data and metadata models to improving, creating and interlinking workflows. One example is that of OABOT — a tool that scans citations from Wikipedia articles to scholarly publications and tries to identify copies that are free to read. A demo is available here. Another example are ideas for an open citation graph on Wikidata, a demo of which is available for the papers and the respective authors.
Fluorescent fish, MRI while singing, almost extinct fruits
The following represents a selection of the files that have been uploaded this month from open-access sources. Most of these came from PubMed Central through the Open Access Media Importer — whose uploads now total over 21,800. If you can think of wiki pages where these files (or other files from the same source articles) could be useful, please put them in there or let us know.