A new tool that looks at how much knowledge a Wikipedia reader has is coming out in the form of a new online survey.
The new tool, called Wikipedia Knowledge, has been launched by the Wikimedia Foundation and aims to bring together Wikipedia contributors who have worked on Wikipedia since the site was founded in 1998.
Wikipedia is a collaborative project and there are millions of people working on the project.
Each year, Wikipedia contributors work on the site to improve its user experience and contribute to its encyclopedia.
While Wikipedia has more than 6 million articles, its core mission is to be a place where people can learn new things and make new friends.
Wikipedia Knowledge aims to track and report on Wikipedia’s knowledge base, which is comprised of more than 3 million articles and roughly 400 million references.
Wikipedia users have been using the new tool to learn about Wikipedia’s articles, which are compiled by Wikipedia contributors.
The tool, which currently only includes answers from Wikipedia contributors, is being made available to the public for free to anyone who has access to a Wikipedia account.
Wikipedia contributors are also asked to fill out a survey about how they use Wikipedia, and how much they think the site is worth.
The survey is open to anyone, and can be completed anonymously or with the assistance of an outside third party.
The results of the survey will then be collected and shared with the Wikimedia community, who will then determine how much to invest in the new initiative.
The new survey will be a part of the Wikimedia Global Governance initiative, which aims to help Wikipedia improve its overall user experience.
Wikipedia also has a growing team of developers working on new features for the site, including a new search feature, a way to search for and create an article that lists the most important information in Wikipedia, a new form of collaborative editing, and new search and encyclopedia features.