Wikimedia project stickers (17 pack)
Regular price $10.00 USD
These stickers represent 17 of the Wikimedia projects, from Wikipedia to Wikispecies. Do you have a specific project you love? Want them all?
Dimensions: 2" round stickers
Wikipedia logo by Nohat (concept by Paullusmagnus), CC BY-SA 3.0, Commons.
Wikipedia Project logo, CC BY-SA 3.0, Commons.
In this package, you'll receive a total of 17 vinyl stickers:
- Wikimedia Commons: The central repository of free media for Wikimedia projects such as Wikipedia contains more than 12 million media files available for anyone to use on, or off, our projects.
- Wikipedia: The free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
- Wikibooks: Aiming to build a collection of free e-book resources including textbooks, language courses and manuals.
- Wikispecies: An open, wiki-based project to provide a central and extensive species database for taxonomy, with more than 325,000 species covered so far.
- Wikisource: A multilingual project dedicated to preserving the public domain and freely available primary source material, with more than 3 million source texts in more than 60 languages.
- Meta-Wiki: The global project to coordinate discussion of a wide array of Wikimedia issues.
- Wikimedia Movement: The global movement whose mission is to bring free educational content to the world.
- Wikiquote: A free repository of quotations from famous people, books, proverbs, and more currently available in more than 70 languages.
- Wikinews: Collaborative free-content news site with more than 800,000 articles in more than 30 languages.
- Wiktionary: The free dictionary aims to gather all words, in all languages, with more than 13 million entries in 170 languages.
- Wikiversity: A project devoted to creating open educational resources for all styles of education from pre-school to university, including professional training and informal learning.
- MediaWiki: The wiki software that powers all Wikimedia projects and thousands of other sites. Available completely free and open source for anyone to use.
- Wikidata: a free knowledge base that can be read and edited by humans and machines alike.
- Wikivoyage: a free, worldwide travel guide that anyone can edit
- Wikimedia Incubator: this is the place where potential new linguistic editions for existing open content projects supported by the Wikimedia Foundation have their own wikis.
- WikiFunctions: a collaboratively edited catalog of computer functions that aims to allow the creation, modification, and reuse of source code. It is closely related to Abstract Wikipedia, an extension to Wikidata that aims to create a language-independent version of Wikipedia using its structured data.
- Wikimedia Cloud Services: Helps provide tools, services, and support for technical collaborators who want to contribute to Wikimedia software projects. Use Cloud Services to host your software tools for the Wikimedia movement, without charge.