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Explore Wikispecies HELP Section -- Detailed information on creating pages.Taxonomy -- Information on the Linnaean classification of species.Village Pump -- Discuss the project.Done and To Do -- See references to very detailed areas and defined future targetsWikispecies FAQ -- Check replies to common concerns.Image Guidelines -- Our recommendation on where to upload illustrationsWikispecies PR -- Help us by spreading the word of Wikispecies Collaboration with ZooKeys A collaboration between Wikispecies and ZooKeys has been announced. PhytoKeys also joined the collaboration in November 2010. Images of species from ZooKeys and PhytoKeys will be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons and used in Wikispecies.
This is the Wikimedia Incubator, where potential Wikimedia project wikis in new language versions of Wikipedia, Wikibooks, Wikinews, Wikiquote, Wiktionary and Wikivoyage can be arranged, written, tested and proven worthy of being hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation. Although these test wikis do not yet have their own wiki, they can be used for real like any other Wikimedia project wiki. New language versions of Wikiversity should go to Beta Wikiversity, and those of Wikisource to Old Wikisource. You cannot start a whole new project, you may only start a new language edition of an existing project.
The Wikimedia Toolserver is a collaborative platform providing Unix hosting for various software tools written and used by Wikimedia editors. The service is operated by Wikimedia Deutschland e.V. with assistance from the Wikimedia Foundation. It consists of thirteen servers as outlined here. The contents of the live databases are replicated in three clusters: S1 (English Wikipedia), S2 (some major languages), S3 (all others), with varying degree of delay (often referred to as replag). Projects Toolserver
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