December 9, 2010

Documenting Wikileaks for HC

Filed under: community,new project — Max @ 9:41 pm

I assume you’re familiar with the Wikileaks controversy. The History Commons takes no position on the truth or falsehood of the array of allegations leveled at Wikileaks, Julian Assange, or the quality and effect of the material it has disclosed. What we’re interested in is covering it. If you’re interested in covering the material that the organization has made available, or if you’re interested in covering the facts behind the controversy and the reaction against Wikileaks from the numerous governments that are trying to muzzle it, we’d love to hear from you. Post here if you’d like to take a shot at some coverage.


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  2. Hello, I’m interested in covering the Wikileaks material. I read about them everyday to complement my PhD Thesis so I think I can be useful.

    Hope to hear from you

    Comment by Alejandro Vélez — December 20, 2010 @ 10:32 am | Reply

  3. Alejandro, we’d love to have your participation. Here’s a good way to get started:



    https://sites.google.com/site/historycommons/ (Google group, requires a login)

    You can also post questions and comments about how to make the system behave at the other blog:


    or email me: mtuck AT historycommons DOT com

    I’m very much looking forward to having some WikiLeaks material documented on the Commons. Thanks for stepping up!

    Comment by Max — December 20, 2010 @ 11:20 am | Reply

  4. I Love anykind of leaks from anywhere on anything except the toilet bowl, especially ‘whistle blower’ leaks from the guys inside who know. But there are soo many leaks and soo many places that I 1st need a plumbers license and certificate of achievement…maybe from WikiLeaks.

    Comment by dthorn420 — September 12, 2011 @ 9:24 pm | Reply

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