Review and short summary of Joseph Reagle‘s dissertation “In Good Faith: Wikipedia Collaboration and the Pursuit of the Universal Encyclopedia”. (http://reagle.org/joseph/2008/03/dsrtn-in-good-faith. New York (NY) 2008).
This text is about the CPoV research network, the two conferences (in Bangalore and in Amsterdam) and a reader. It gives an idea about the current discussion around “Wikipedia”. The sessions of the conferences (and later on of the reader) are shortly explained. You can also have an overview of the specific themes each speaker will present/presented, per session.
This text presents the work of Mayo Fuster Morell. She addresses the role of the Wikimedia Foundation for the Wikimedia eco-system (and its international-global expansion). Furthermore, her approach starts from the thesis that there is a lack of attention in Wikipedia research to the Foundation and in general to the more formal organizational aspects.
Response to his controversial essay on Edge, focusing on the understanding of concepts and misleading comparisons.
Review on Felipe Ortega’s PhD thesis ‘Wikipedia: a quantitative analysis’. (http://libresoft.es/Members/jfelipe/thesis-wkp-quantanalysis, Madrid (ES) 2009)
Review on Daniel Angel Bradford’s thesis ‘No Big Deal: How Wikipedia’s Administrators Help Shape and Influence the Project’. Melbourne (AU) 2009.
Review on Andrew Dalby’s book “The world and Wikipedia. How we are editing reality”, Somerset (UK) 2009.