Source Code Berlin

Exploring the who, what, why and how of free culture, open source, and the Wikimedia Galaxy.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 45m. Bisher sind 60 Folge(n) erschienen. .

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 20 hours 22 minutes


Taha Yasseri: When Wikipedia Bots Fight

Featuring Taha Yasseri, Research Fellow in Computational Social Science at the University of Oxford


 2016-10-14  27m

Wikipedia’s Big Beautiful World of Data Visualizations

When it comes to bringing information to life and presenting it in exciting ways, some of the most beautiful work from the past decade has come to us via Mahmoud Hashemi and Owen Cornec. Today on the podcast they join us to talk about Listen to Wikiped..


 2016-09-19  46m

Wikipedians: Voices of a Global Movement

Today on the program we will hear from: Jorge Vargas, Shani Evanstein, Felix Nartey, Gabriel Thullen, Maria Cruz, Raphael Berchie, Jon Beasley-Murray, and Liang-chih ShangKuan


 2016-08-29  52m

Listening to Wikimania 2016

Part 1 of a 2 part series recorded at Wikimania 2016 in Esino Lario, Italy.


 2016-08-01  48m

Wikipedia, Doctors, and The Future of Medicine

Today on the Podcast, we’re diving into Medicine, Health, and Wikipedia… as a tool for Education and Publishing.. that is changing the world of medicine not just for tomorrow, but for right now.


 2016-06-22  43m

SCB35 The Global Innovation Gathering: Being the Change

This is the story about how creative hubs, innovation spaces, and passionate people around the world connected with one another to create an global movement of unlimited potential and unparalleled kindness.


 2016-05-28  53m

Travel Writing, Wikivoyage, and the Future of Guides

Featuring travel writers Sean Connolly, Andrew Wulf, and John Perry.


 2016-04-24  52m

Emily Temple-Wood: The Gender Gap

The Quest Fix the Gender Bias on Wikipedia


 2016-03-29  42m

Magnus Manske on 15 Years of German Wikipedia

Magnus Manske helps us celebrate 15 years of German Wikipedia.


 2016-03-15  50m

Digital Language Inequality

Languages in digital spaces; who thrives, who is left behind, and what can be done about it?


 2016-02-25  45m