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Topic: Wikispecies

  Wikispecies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wikispecies is a project supported by the Wikimedia Foundation that anybody can edit.
The Wikispecies Village Pump is an area of Wikispecies that discusses the project.
The Wikispecies Charter is the basis of Wikispecies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikispecies   (287 words)

 Wikispecies FAQ - Meta
Wikispecies is an open, wiki-based, species directory that provides a solution to the problem that there is no central registration of species data.
Wikispecies is not currently part of the Wikimedia Commons, partly because the role of the two is very different, and the two projects attract different audiences.
Having Wikispecies separate from the Commons also allows people interested in this data to be able to download it in a suitable format, rather than having to sort out which parts of the database are species-related, and which are large amounts of images that are not relevant to them.
meta.wikimedia.org /wiki/Wikispecies_FAQ   (1784 words)

 Wikispecies - Meta
Wikispecies, a project of the Wikimedia Foundation, was launched in September 2004.
WikiSpecies is the idea of creating an open, wiki-based species directory for both, scientific and non-professional users.
The board of directors of the wikimedia foundation voted by 4:0 FOR the establishment of a WikiSpecies.
meta.wikimedia.org /wiki/Wikispecies   (703 words)

 Our projects - Wikimedia Foundation
Wikispecies is an open, wiki-based project to provide a central, more extensive species database for taxonomy.
Wikispecies is aimed specifically at the needs of scientific users, and as of March 2006, has over 30,000 entries.
Wikimedia Commons was launched in September 2004 to provide a central repository for free video, images, music, spoken texts, and other free media that can be easily reused by all Wikimedia projects.
wikimediafoundation.org /wiki/Our_projects   (774 words)

 Agriculture and Life Sciences News - Websites of Interest - April
Wikispecies (Wikimedia Foundation) is an exciting new project intended to be an extensive, open directory of species covering plantae, animalia, bacteria, fungi, and more.
This project is aimed at a scientific audience and is a collaborative venture that will evolve through the input and needs of its users.
Therefore, Wikispecies is putting out the word to naturalists, scientists, and other taxonomists to help develop this centralized base for taxonomic information.
www.lib.ncsu.edu /news/als.php?p=1061&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1   (477 words)

 NET NEWS: Calling All Taxonomists -- 307 (5712): 1021a -- Science
It's such a daunting job that nobody has pulled it off in more than 200 years: compiling a list of the world's known species.
But the organizers of a new project called Wikispecies hope that everyone from biologists to birders will lend their know-how to a comprehensive online catalog of the world's roughly 1.8 million kinds of living things, such as the raft spider (Dolomedes fimbriatus).
But Wikispecies is aimed at scientists rather than the general public.
www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/short/307/5712/1021a?ck=nck   (287 words)

Well that didn’t really toot my horn too much, since I couldn’t really remember my biology class lessons and it was just a lot of gobbly’d’gook.  So, rather than give up I figured I’d better first check up on what all that meant.
Wikispecies is a new project supported by the
It is meant to become an open, free directory of species.
www.druidry.org /obod/trees/ivy.html   (3043 words)

 Useful links for COWies - ConceptArt.org Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
For some entries you get more info from wikipedia than from wikispecies, maybe it has to do with wikispecies being fairly new.
I don't mean to turn this into a discussion, just try to present the issue in case you get Gould's book.
wikispecies doesnt show info for any species you enter...
www.conceptart.org /forums/showthread.php?t=46874   (721 words)

 Wikispecies - the free species directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Wikispecies is still little more than a passionate idea with a great potential.
Wikispecies is planned to become a free and open directory of species.
To see an example of how a single species description could look like, click here.
www.srcf.ucam.org /~bmm26/wikispecies/oldindex.html   (54 words)

 ELEMENT List - The Best Science Links on the Web   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Wikispecies - Written and Edited by You and You and You...
There's also a new section called Wikispecies that is designed to be an open, free directory covering all species that users are willing to happily type into the database.
Or maybe you don't like the Wikispecies logo.
www.elementlist.com /lnx/comments.php?id=1975   (162 words)

 Emergent Chaos: A Profusion of Taxonomies
The All Species Foundation aims not only to record all names but also to find every species and describe it, all in 25 years.
And then there's Wikispecies, Species 2000, the Electronic Catalogue of Names of Known Organisms and many more.
Some have already come and gone, or nearly so, and others are expiring for lack of sustained funds.
www.emergentchaos.com /archives/001812.html   (330 words)

 SJ's Longest Now :: freedom through constraint   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It's creator, Shimon, is sussing out how to coordinate large-scale public taxonomy creation.
Of course it reminds me of Wikispecies, the slowly-growing species taxonomy project associated with the world's phattest encyclopedia.
Is it possible to duplicate the same effects using something as simple as Categories in MediaWiki 1.4?
blogs.law.harvard.edu /sj/2004/12/18   (268 words)

 Paracelsus Rambles: Wiki... species   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Now they've got a project to organize information about all the life forms on the planet: Wikispecies.
We've got URLs for your address in cyberspace, GeoURLs for your location on the planet, and now, here is your Wikispecies taxonomic URL (taxoURL?) that locates you on the tree of life:
It's a nice idea, and it seems easier to navigate than the other similar tool I've used, the NIH's NCBI Taxonomy browser.
www.starchamber.com /2004/12/wiki_species.html   (326 words)

 taxonomic translation? | Ask MetaFilter
To clarify, the poster is not asking about taxonomy, he's asking about the meaning of scientific names.
Neither Wikispecies nor Animal Diversity Web provides this.
Curiosities of Biological Nomenclature does, but only for names they consider "curious." I too would like to see such a site, and I'd be surprised if it doesn't exist...
ask.metafilter.com /mefi/26967   (482 words)

 Teach and Learn Online: Blue Mountains Horticulture Section getting free and easy
We're looking at everything you need to teach and learn online today and Thursday.
Today we are focusing on the use of eGroups, wikis (in particular wikispecies), and geoblogging.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons (Attribution) license.
teachandlearnonline.blogspot.com /2006/02/blue-mountains-horticulture-section.html   (230 words)

 Main Page - Wikimedia Foundation Grants Discussion
Our grant application specified we would spend this in the following way:
to enable us to launch our new Wikispecies project, and
This page was last modified 21:17, 10 August 2005.
grants.wikimedia.org   (107 words)

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