- cultural institutions have provided a total of 218 data sets under a free license since the first Coding da Vinci event in 2014.
- new data metaphor increases visibility of the common good in data policy.
- lexemes were created in Wikidata in 2018 (instead of the expected 5,000).
- visitors came to the Wikipedia day in 11 local community rooms in the German-speaking area to take a look behind the scenes of Wikipedia.
- Cultural institutions from Berlin to Zurich opened their doors in 2018 as part of GLAM on Tour events and other formats.
- members are supporting us in our advocacy of Free Knowledge.
- volunteers and staff members of 9 thematic working groups have been working out recommendations in 2018 for Wikimedia’s future.
- Wikis use the advantages of the new search feature making it easier to find content.
- organizations from the Internet industry and civil society united in 2018 in an open letter against the controversial upload filters.
- pictures were uploaded to the free media archive Wikimedia Commons in Germany alone as part of the photo competition Wiki Loves Monuments.
- audio files in 46 languages were recorded with the Wikibase installation Lingua Libre in 2018.
March 2019 72.611
March 2018 65.374
March 2017 43.138
March 2016 29.169
March 2015 15.778
March 2014 9.803
March 2013 2.618
- Coding da Vinci
- Data is the new Groundwater
- Lexicographical Data on Wikidata
- Visiting Wikipedia
- Wikimedia briefly explained
- Outlook 2019
- GLAM on Tour
- International: Wikimedia 2030
- Technical Wishes
- No Upload-Filter
- Wiki Loves Monuments
- Looking back at 2018