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So i just remembered a book i had to read in school. It was partly autobiographic and contains a gay kiss (keep in mind, this was published in 1906) and so i looked up what Wikipedia had to say. Appearantly, bisexuality is not an option.

So i just remembered a book i had to read in school. It was partly autobiographic and contains a gay kiss (keep in mind, this was published in 1906) and so i looked up what Wikipedia had to say. Appearantly, bisexuality is not an option. submitted by chrischi3 to SapphoAndHerFriend [link] [comments]

[OC] Shortest paths between Reddit and Data Science on Wikipedia. Made using 3d-force-graph and a Wikipedia dump parsed into XML, converted to a Neo4j graph database. Hosted at my very first website, chrezmo.com (right-click on nodes for options), inspired by sixdegreesofwikipedia.com.

[OC] Shortest paths between Reddit and Data Science on Wikipedia. Made using 3d-force-graph and a Wikipedia dump parsed into XML, converted to a Neo4j graph database. Hosted at my very first website, chrezmo.com (right-click on nodes for options), inspired by sixdegreesofwikipedia.com. submitted by Skwiddensky to dataisbeautiful [link] [comments]

I get this message for almost everything. Wikipedia, Hotmail, Netflix, and many other sites. Is there an "I don't care" option? Because even the most mainstream sites is labelled 'unsafe'.

I get this message for almost everything. Wikipedia, Hotmail, Netflix, and many other sites. Is there an submitted by zorenic to firefox [link] [comments]

Why is there a Secret tab on the /r/AskReddit menu with the option of "asscredit" leading to the killing of harambe wikipedia article?

submitted by xernus to NoStupidQuestions [link] [comments]

Frustrated by poor title capitalization options online, I created a smart tool myself to turn sentences into APA, AP, MLA, Chicago, NY Times, Wikipedia, and more title case.

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I have developed a wearable Wikipedia reader for Wear OS 2.x devices. The app displays article text natively, allows saving of articles for offline reading and has various customization options. Also, the app is free without any ads or analytics.

I have developed a wearable Wikipedia reader for Wear OS 2.x devices. The app displays article text natively, allows saving of articles for offline reading and has various customization options. Also, the app is free without any ads or analytics.
App preview gif
Here's the link to the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wearreader.wearwikireader
Here's the youtube app promo: https://youtu.be/jFtAb0Cd2Bc

Wear Wiki Reader is an unofficial reader for Wikipedia™, designed for Wear OS 2.x devices.

Features:
  • View Wikipedia™ articles in summarized or detailed mode.
  • Save articles for offline reading. Has option to delete the saved articles.
  • Customize the article text size and tint.
  • Compatible with round and square Wear OS devices.
  • Has no ads and analytics.
  • Clean and light, occupies less space.
  • Fast performance - Parses and diplays articles natively in a TextView.
  • Has full physical crown support for scrolling within the app.
  • Has two different themes. Uses a battery efficient AMOLED theme by default.
  • Has option to display the article's featured thumnbail.

Requirements:
  • Wear OS 2.x devices based on Android™ Nougat 7.1(API 25) and up.
  • Wifi capability

Note: Wear Wiki Reader does not collect any user data and personal information. The app does not use any proxy servers and it retrieves all articles directly from Wikipedia and Wikimedia servers through Wikipedia API.
WIKIPEDIA is a trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Wikimedia Foundation. This app does not relate to or represent the Wikimedia foundation in any way‏‎.

The app is free without any analytics or ads and has a small one time IAP(0$.99 v1.1). I'd really appreciate your feedback on the app. Thank you. Happy reading! :)

Edit:
v1.0.1
- Added random article functionality

v1.1
- Reduced the text contrast to make reading much easier.
- Added text justification and text color customization options which can be unlocked by upgrading to the pro version.
- Added a light mobile app to handle in-app purchase for the wearable version.
- Various optimizations.

v1.2 - Major feature update
- Added option to change article content language. Users can now set their preferred article text language from an available list of twenty five languages.
- Added circular icon mode to article thumbnail which can be unlocked by upgrading to the pro version.
- Fixed layouts for wearables with chin.
- Various optimizations.
submitted by NightShadowlumen to WearOS [link] [comments]

Who believes this nonsense? Wikipedia lost revenue by adding bitcoin payment option.

Who believes this nonsense? Wikipedia lost revenue by adding bitcoin payment option. submitted by cryptohoney to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

An option to add wikipedia page previews (hover cards).

Hello! Whenever someone writes a post with a lot of technical phrases i find my self googling every other word.
Wikipedia deals with this elegantly by offering page previews when hovering over a word with a Wikipedia article. So I suggest adding a button to the post editing toolbar that links a certain word to its Wikipedia article and adds the hover card.
This guy made a script specifically for this purpose and here's his demo. Additionally, as seen in this article under the "Wikipedia outside wikipedia", this was one of the original goals of the feature, so maybe there will be official wikipedia support.
Thanks for reading :-)
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Wikipedia should show BAT some love and include it as a payment option on their pop ups

Wikipedia should show BAT some love and include it as a payment option on their pop ups submitted by canderss to BATProject [link] [comments]

Wikipedia Book Creator Download option is not working. Do we have some alternatives?

Id like to create a pdf with all of the articles from a category.

Ideas?

kind regards
submitted by jlocatell to wikipedia [link] [comments]

Can someone let wikipedia know I would be happy to help once they expand their payment options? Also don't guilt trip me about transaction fees

Can someone let wikipedia know I would be happy to help once they expand their payment options? Also don't guilt trip me about transaction fees submitted by thegrandknight to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Started first batch, various questions

I recently started my first attempt at making hooch out of Concord grape juice. I also started a bottle of white grape juice a few days later.
Most instructions for hooch are based on anaerobic fermentation from day one. But based on reading about winemaking, I started with a thin cloth over the mouth of the bottle to let air in for the first 4 days. At that point the bubbling had gotten very slow and I added sugar solution and put on a balloon. Good approach or malarkey?
The white grape juice contained potassium metabisulfite (it seems that all white grape juice does) which I was concerned would inhibit fermentation. So for that batch, after hydrating the yeast for 20 minutes in 100mL of purified drinking water at a starting temperature of 94oF, I added 10g of cane sugar and let the yeast get started fermenting that for 12 hours before pouring it into the juice. Upon further research, it seems that people have success with white grape juice without doing any such thing. Also, the usual procedure for proofing yeast seems to involve much less time and also the gradual introduction of some of the actual juice. Any thoughts on whether it is worthwhile switching to a more conventional proofing method next time, or just skipping it entirely?
The white grape juice seemed to smell eggy, at least at first. I'm attributing this to the juice and not to my ad-hoc proofing technique. Would yeast nutrient help?
I'll be cold shocking these two batches without any fining agent, but next time I may try a fining agent. From what I read, it seems like gelatin may be no use in hooch because of low tannin content, and bentonite clay may be the only reasonable option?
Wikipedia mentions that blood was once used as a fining agent. Presumably this was animal blood from the butcher. Has anyone tried human blood as a fining agent?
If I decide to try my hand at beer... Could I measure out some dry malt extract and do a small batch in a reused, sterilized 2qt juice bottle from my hooch? Maybe even prime the finished product in the same bottle as used for fermentation?
Looking forward to getting tipsy on my hooch!
submitted by glitchyhooch to prisonhooch [link] [comments]

Frustrated by poor title capitalization options online, I created a smart tool myself to turn sentences into APA, AP, MLA, Chicago, NY Times, Wikipedia, and more title case.

Frustrated by poor title capitalization options online, I created a smart tool myself to turn sentences into APA, AP, MLA, Chicago, NY Times, Wikipedia, and more title case. submitted by salilsethi to SideProject [link] [comments]

TFW you fall down an etymological rabbit-hole and find out Azélie isn't a version Azalea after all but the same name as Adelaide, which is the same as both Heidi and Alice ...

(I'd have put an Alice in Wonderland gif here if this subreddit allowed gifs, but you'll just have to imagine it.)
This rabbit-hole also branches off into an optional Wikipedia trail where you learn that Occitan is a minority language in France, Italy, and Spain (and that those three countries have like 20 native languages each, though they started getting rarer in the 19th century because of nationalism). The Occitan version of Alice/Adelheid is Azalaïs, and that's probably where Azélie came from!
Also Alison is not actually a surname or boys' name given to girls, but a medieval nickname for Alice, the way Marion is a medieval nickname for Mary! There's a medieval poem about a guy being in love with a lady named Alison (or Alysoun, because spelling in medieval times was like throwing darts at an invisible dartboard).
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[Dev] I have developed a wearable Wikipedia reader for Wear OS 2.x devices. The app displays article text natively, allows saving of articles for offline reading and has various customization options. Also, the app is free without any ads or analytics.

Here's the link to the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wearreader.wearwikireader
Here's the youtube app promo: https://youtu.be/jFtAb0Cd2Bc

Wear Wiki Reader is an unofficial reader for Wikipedia™, designed for Wear OS 2.x devices.

Features:

Requirements:

Note: Wear Wiki Reader does not collect any user data and personal information. The app does not use any proxy servers and it retrieves all articles directly from Wikipedia and Wikimedia servers through Wikipedia API.
WIKIPEDIA is a trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Wikimedia Foundation. This app does not relate to or represent the Wikimedia foundation in any way‏‎.

The app is free without any analytics or ads and has a small one time IAP(*$0.99). I'd really appreciate your feedback on the app. Thank you. Happy reading! :)

Edit:
v1.2 - Major feature update
- Added option to change article content language. Users can now set their preferred article text language from an available list of twenty five languages.
- Added circular icon mode to article thumbnail which can be unlocked by upgrading to the pro version.
- Fixed layouts for wearables with chin.
- Various optimizations.
submitted by NightShadowlumen to androidapps [link] [comments]

International Women's Day Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon at UC San Diego with remote participation option

submitted by catsandrocks1 to LadiesofScience [link] [comments]

3DP TIL: Wikipedia has support for uploading .stl files for dissemination (link is to an example). Not a bad option for sharing, especially given the state of Thingiverse these days.

3DP TIL: Wikipedia has support for uploading .stl files for dissemination (link is to an example). Not a bad option for sharing, especially given the state of Thingiverse these days. submitted by JangusKhan to 3Dprinting [link] [comments]

If you were sent back in time 3000 years and had the option of doing a single google/Wikipedia search then what would you search for?

submitted by IMoby to AskReddit [link] [comments]

The French-language Wikipedia has voted against all 6 options in a survey proposing the introduction of gender-inclusive writing (discussion in French, obv)

submitted by owenblacker to ainbow [link] [comments]

You are tasked with creating a Wikipedia page about any subject (specific as you like) but with no option to research it first. What subject do you choose?

submitted by wigglertheworm to AskReddit [link] [comments]

Chinese Wikipedia has these options for Chinese, could someone translate what each of them says?

Chinese Wikipedia has these options for Chinese, could someone translate what each of them says? submitted by General-Shoeswack to ChineseLanguage [link] [comments]

Have you ever tried the 'random article' option in Wikipedia? If so, what was the most interesting random article you were transferred to?

submitted by DisIsMarcoBoi to AskReddit [link] [comments]

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