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This submission has been noted and is pending review for WikiConference North America 2019.


What We Learn from Building WikiLoop


Reliability of Information
+ Relationship Building & Support
+ Inclusion and Diversity
+ Editor Recruitment & Retention
+ Tech & Tools

Type of session:



Project WikiLoop is an engineering effort initiated by Google engineers, based on Google's big data resources, to contribute knowledge to open knowledge ecosystems such as Wikipedia, adhering to Wikipedia community policies. Search engines have been relying on the health of the open knowledge world, most notably Wikipedia. Yet there are few established efforts to allow continuous contributions of knowledge back to the Wikimedia ecosystem. Project WikiLoop, which was initiated by a engineers at Google, aims at rethinking our efforts in making more knowledge more accessible to the open knowledge ecosystems.

In this talk at WikiConference North America, we will share with the audience for the first time our journey of building the first a few sub projects about WikiLoop, the ups and downs, laughter and tears and the lessons learnt along the journey.

Academic Peer Review option:


Author name:

Zainan Victor Zhou

E-mail address:


Wikimedia username:


Affiliated organization(s):

Google, Inc.

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If your submission is not accepted, would you be open to presenting your topic in another part of the program? (e.g. lightning talk or unconference session)