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The Ukrainian (Ukrainian: Українська Вікіпедія, Ukrayins'ka Vikipediya) is the Ukrainian language edition of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia. The first article was written on January 30, 2004. Currently (April 2018), Ukrainian has 781,298 articles and is the 16th largest edition.[1]

Quality of articles and popularity

In the Ukrainian one area of knowledge has been covered to an extent greater than all others — the subject of mining, due to the considerable contribution by one person, Volodymyr Biletsky, a professor at Donetsk National Technical University. Using as a basis his published Encyclopedia of Mining, Biletsky has contributed over 10,000 articles on the subject to Ukrainian.[2] Also, in 2013 the Institute of History of Ukraine at the National Academy of Science gave permission to the Ukrainian to use the digital version of the Encyclopedia of Ukraine's History that was published online. The Higher School Academy of Science and Forest Engineering also allowed to freely use their information resources.[3]

One of the areas where activity is notable is in Wiki Loves Monuments project, an annual international photo contest focused on cultural and historical monuments. Ukrainianns were ranked 4th among 36 participating countries for the number of uploads of images as part of this project in 2012.[3][4] In 2014 Ukrainianns were winners.

Articles about the history of Ukrainian language

A significant number of articles in Ukrainian relate to the history of the development of the Ukrainian language. A study in August 2012 counted over 8,000 articles mentioning the term "Ukrainian language" and over 1,400 articles with the term "history of Ukrainian language" and concluded that collectively represented a good coverage of its history and concepts. Articles about the history of Ukrainian language included articles about early publications like bibles printed in Ukrainian, grammar books, changes in phonetics through time, Ukrainian calligraphy, history of Ukrainian language within the context of the Soviet Union, linguicide and the banning of Ukrainian language by the Russian Government.[5]

Articles about history and science

At the end of 2012 Ukrainian contained over 1,500 articles relating to Ukrainian history.[6] As of June 2012 the Ukrainian contained 52 specific articles about Ukrainian astronomers and astronomo-geodesists, which have now been collated into a published book.[7]

Blackout

On January 21, 2014, the Ukrainian community decided to block access to the portal every day between 4:00 and 4:30 PM in protest of "dictatorship laws" in Ukraine, that restrict the freedom of speech and pose a threat to the portal.[8][9]

Statistics

Ukrainian (update)
Articles 781298
Files 93663
Edits 22362859
Users 400770
Active users[a] 2980
Admins 41

On October 1, 2005, Ukrainian reached the 20,000-article mark. The milestone of 250,000 articles was officially reached on 21 December 2010, and 860,000 people had viewed 30 million articles in that month alone.[10]

By 2012, with over 400,000 articles and 100 million words, Ukrainian many times over had content larger than the largest printed encyclopedia at that time — the Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedia.[2]

As of April 2018, Ukrainian has 781298 articles and nearly 2.5 million visitors every day.[11][12] Ukrainian at that time was on the 16th place in the ranking of the World'ss.[11]

Milestones

Growth in the number of Ukrainian articles between 2004 and 2017.
  • January 30, 2004 — 1st article
  • April 4, 2004 — 1,000 articles
  • June 18, 2004 — 5,000 articles
  • December 16, 2004 — 10,000 articles
  • October 1, 2005 — 20,000 articles
  • October 15, 2006 — 30,000 articles
  • November 12, 2006 — 40,000 articles
  • January 16, 2007 — 50,000 articles
  • May 17, 2007 — 60,000 articles
  • September 9, 2007 — 70,000 articles
  • December 13, 2007 — 80,000 articles
  • January 24, 2008 — 90,000 articles
  • March 28, 2008 — 100,000 articles
  • July 13, 2008 — 120,000 articles
  • May 30, 2009 — 150,000 articles
  • April 7, 2010 — 200,000 articles
  • December 20, 2010 — 250,000 articles[10]
  • July 7, 2011 — 300,000 articles
  • December 28, 2011 - 350 000 articles
  • September 20, 2012 — 400,000 articles
  • May 12, 2014 — 500,000 articles
  • November 13, 2015 — 600,000 articles
  • June 4, 2017 — 700,000 articles[13]

Notes

  1. ^ Registered users who have performed an action in the last 30 days; the number of unregistered active users is not compiled

References

  1. ^ List ofs
  2. ^ a b Бондаренко, А. І. ("Bondarernko, A. I.) (15–16 November 2012). "Вікіпедія як освітній ресурс: досягнення і перспективи". In Божкова, В. В. Електронні засоби та дистанційні технології для навчання протягом життя : тези доповідей. VIII Міжнародної науково-методичної конференції. Sumy, Ukraine: Сумський державний університет ("Sumy National University"). pp. 25–28. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Lykhohliad, Kateryna (2013-02-05). "Ukrainian turns nine". День ("The Day") newspaper. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "Wiki Loves Monuments". Wikimedia Foundation. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 
  5. ^ Чирков, Олег (Oleh Chyrkov) (2012). "Історія української мови у вільній енциклопедії — Вікіпедії українською, російською, білоруською мовами ("History of Ukrainian language in the free encyclopedia in Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian languages)" (PDF). Українознавство ("Ukrainian Studies") (in Ukrainian). 3: 91–95. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2013. [better source needed]
  6. ^ Чирков, Олег (Oleh Chyrkov) (2012). "Історія України XV–XVII століть в вільній енциклопедії — Вікіпедії українською мовою ("History of Ukraine 15th-17th Centuries in the, the free encyclopedia in Ukrainian)" (PDF). Українознавство ("Ukrainian Studies") (in Ukrainian). 4: 48–54. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2013. [better source needed]
  7. ^ Litnarovych, Ruslan Mykolaiovych. Українські астрономи. За матеріалами Вікіпедії станом на 10.06.2012 р. ("Ukrainian astronomers. Using material from as of 10.06.2012"). Rivne, Ukraine. 
  8. ^ Iryna Yeroshko (2014-01-21). "Ukrainian protests law curbing free speech". Kyivpost.com. Retrieved 2014-03-06. 
  9. ^ Вести.Ru: присоединилась к украинской оппозиции: Вести.Ru: присоединилась к украинской оппозиции (in Russian), accessdate: November 15, 2016
  10. ^ a b Pantages, Moka (2010-12-23). "Ukrainian Reaches 250,000 Article Milestone". Wikimedia Foundation. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 
  11. ^ a b List ofs[better source needed]
  12. ^ Page Views for, All Platforms, Normalized
  13. ^ https://wikimediaukraine.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/700000-articles/

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