Wikipedia: Wikipedians

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October 19, 2021

Wikipedians, Wikipedians or editors are volunteers who write and edit articles on Wikipedia, unlike readers who just read them. Anyone - even you - can become a Wikipedian if they dare to make changes when they find something they can improve. To learn more, you can check the basic or detailed editing instructions. Wikipedians fulfill various tasks, from correcting spelling mistakes and removing vandalism to resolving conflicts and perfecting articles, but with the unique task of making human knowledge available to every person on the planet.

Number of editors

Wikipedia in the Serbian language so far has 292,955 users who have registered their username. Only a small number of users contribute regularly (776 have been active in the last 30 days), and only a fraction of that number participates in community discussions. An unknown but relatively large number of unregistered Wikipedians also contribute to the site.

User Rights

Some orders have special rights, including: 538 autopatrollers 77 patrols 22 bots 5 bureaucrats 3 checkers 8 exception of IP blocking 104 returnees 21 administrators Users with the rights of an educational project 0 university volunteers 0 coordinators 0 instructors 0 online volunteersSome user groups (such as stewards) operate globally and do not receive rights to local projects.

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Jimmy Wales - user page of the founder of Wikipedia Wikipedia: Who_writes_Wikipedia Wikipedia: Statistics

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