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English: Presentation slides for Wikimania 2023

Title: Bashkir Wikipedia - 18 years of sustainable development
Speaker: Rustam bеy Nuryev
Abstract: Bashkir Wikipedia has more than 62 thousand articles or 26 million words. It is also the most visited and largest site with open content in the Bashkir language. Thanks to Wikipedia, the Bashkir language entered the NLB-200 international Computational linguistics project. Over the 18 years, more than 3,290 people have contributed to the development of the Bashkir Wikipedia. Currently, 100 volunteers edit every month. The most active volunteers are 40 people. These are teachers, journalists, writers, and other creative people. Many of them are on retired pensioners. They continue to be useful and active members of our society through taking part in Wikimedia projects. Bashkir Wikipedia activists have achieved success in spreading the knowledge of mankind in their native language. They contribute to the preservation and development of the Bashkir language in a modern digital format. 30 active volunteers have been awarded various state and public awards of the Republic of Bashkortostan.
Presented at: Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, 2023-08-17 02:40 to 03:00 UTC

Video file: File:Wikimania 2023 - Room 324 - 17 August - Bashkir Wikipedia - 18 years of sustainable development.webm
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