Your partner for putting facts online
We blend expertise in Wikipedia, Wikidata, and the free knowledge ecosystem with product design and strategy to make it easier for people and organizations to share accurate information with the public.
Building apps or doing research on top of the Wikidata Query Service? The Orb Open Graph is our initiative to build an open data corpus, including Wikidata and more, suitable for use in app development and big data research. Query the Wikidata Query Service with higher timeout limits and more data sources on request.
We have worked with nonprofits and government agencies to add high-quality information to Wikipedia, a resource consulted by millions every day. We work with you to assess what's missing or wrong in Wikipedia and to develop a strategy for your organization. We help build the bridge between your expertise and Wikipedia’s vast, distributed volunteer community.
We help you get the attention of editors interested in your subject. Our years of experience in WikiProject development and community outreach will help your organization work productively with the wiki communities.
We identify gaps in Wikipedia’s coverage with your help and recommend areas for improvement. Our approach combines input from your experts with our own research into reliable sources.
Wikipedia's content is held to strict sourcing standards. We work with organizations to proactively put high quality information in front of Wikipedia editors.
Wikipedia relies on user uploads for multimedia content. Support the work of Wikipedia's volunteers and put your open license or public domain content in front of millions of monthly readers.
We organize workplace trainings and webinars on the best practices for participating on the world’s largest open knowledge project. We develop a curriculum particular to your speciality, accounting for subject-specific Wikipedia guidelines.
See the results of your work. Track your success with Wikipedia engagement and content contributions, including with custom metrics reports as necessary.
Our team works with the nonprofit Internet Archive on their ambitious project to bolster the reliability of Wikipedia's references. This includes InternetArchiveBot, a service of the Archive that has fixed over 15 million broken links since 2015. To increase the bot's capabilities, we are working on Wikipedia Citations Database, a database of citations that occur on Wikipedia, in an effort to proactively map those references with Internet Archive resources. We chose Wikibase for its potential to bring in external annotations from the Wikipedia community.
Whether you're a stranger to the Wikipedia ecosystem or you're looking for that extra momentum to get your project off the ground, feel free to get in touch for a free consultation. We are excited to take on difficult but important problems.