A project to provide better context and accuracy for Wikipedia entries about adoption, culminating each November with a series of collaborative “editathons” across the globe.
Update as of November 15, 2023. We have secured financial backing to support this project, which has been delayed in the past because of the lack of resources and capacity. We will now hit the reset button and move out of a start-up phase and to build teams and volunteers who are interested in editing, researching, or participating in the project. If you are interested in joining us, please sign up here. It’s not too late to get involved. Expect more information in early December 2023.
Sign up to edit, research, or take the lead on an article. Some articles are large enough to require a team. Others may be small enough so that one person can edit and research the article easily. But the entire process, no matter with a team or alone, should be collaborative— we value shared resources and experiences.
A dynamic database of two general sets of data: 1) content that currently exists on Wikipedia and 2) content that is being proposed as an addition to Wikipedia. For content to appear in our internal database, it must be directly related to adoption.
Training, research, and editing resources to understand how to contribute to Wikipedia. Plus, research you may need (or want) to verify the entries you edit or create.