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Une approche quantitative des archives d'un projet numérique, Wikipedia (2001-2009)

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  • Emmanuel Ruzé

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This is a presentation of the mailing-list archives of the Wikipedia Project, which are used for the regulation of the community. We underline that memory matters in the community, and analyse the dynamical and historical aspects of the oldest regulation list. This supposed the constitution of a database.

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  • Emmanuel Ruzé, 2011. "Une approche quantitative des archives d'un projet numérique, Wikipedia (2001-2009)," Post-Print hal-00655874, HAL.
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    digital history; archives; mailing-list; digital history.; Wikipedia;

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