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  1. 2016 ( MMXVI ) merupakan tahun kabisat yang diawali hari Jumat dalam kalender Gregorian, tahun ke-2016 dalam sebutan Masehi (CE) dan Anno Domini (AD), tahun ke-16 pada Milenium ke-3, tahun ke-16 pada Abad ke-21, dan tahun ke- 7 pada dekade 2010-an. Denominasi 2016 untuk tahun ini telah digunakan sejak periode Abad Pertengahan awal, ketika Era …

  2. Sebagaimana situs Wikipedia lainnya di dunia, [1] subdomain Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia mulanya beralamat di Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia adalah Wikipedia dengan bahasa Asia dengan pertumbuhan tercepat kelima setelah Wikipedia bahasa Jepang, Cina, Korea, dan Turki. Berada di peringkat ke-24 dalam hal kedalaman di antara Wikipedia.

  3. 2016 in Indonesia 2016 ( MMXVI) was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2016th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 16th year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century, and the 7th year of the 2010s decade.

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    Although the Indonesian language is similar to the Malay language, the Indonesian Wikipedia remains separate from the Malay Wikipedia (initiated in October 2002). The Indonesian and Malay Wikipedias were started separately by two different user groups within six months of each other. In 2009, Andrew Lihwrote "Because these groups are drawn on natio...

    In 2004, Tempo magazine published a feature about the Indonesian Wikipedia, in which Revo Soekatno, one of its best known contributors, described it as the "Encyclopedia from the boarding houses", meaning an encyclopedia that was produced by Indonesians living and studying overseas. The article contributed to the popularization of Wikipedia in the ...

    In August 2008, the Indonesian version of CHIP magazine distributed a complimentaryDVD containing more than 80,000 articles (without images) with its 11th anniversary edition. This edition also featured a three-page Wikipedia article titled "Wikipedia: When one thousand brains are better than one". The article provided an extensive history of Wikip...

    Mass killings and communist party

    On 3 June 2020, #BoikotWikipedia (#BoycottWikipedia) became trending on Twitter due to Tengku Zulkarnain[id], an ustaz and committee member of Indonesian Ulema Council at the time, complaining about Wikipedia's article on the 1965-66 mass killings and the Communist Party of Indonesia (PKI). Zulkarnain pressured the chief of the Indonesian National Police Idham Azis and President Joko Widodo to take action and arrest the author. Suhartoand PKI's photo was later removed from the article. The Cr...

    1,000 articles: 16 March 2004
    10,000 articles: 31 May 2005
    50,000 articles: 1 February 2007
    100,000 articles: 21 February 2009

    These are Wikipedias written in local Indonesian languages. 1. Acehnese Wikipedia (ace:) 2. Balinese Wikipedia (ban:) 3. Banjarese Wikipedia (bjn:) 4. Banyumasan Wikipedia (map-bms:) 5. Buginese Wikipedia (bug:) 6. Javanese Wikipedia (jv:) 7. Madurese Wikipedia (mad:) 8. Malay Wikipedia (ms:) 9. Minangkabau Wikipedia (min:) 10. Nias Wikipedia (nia:...

    Lih, Andrew. The Wikipedia Revolution: How a Bunch of Nobodies Created the World's Greatest Encyclopedia. Hyperion, New York City. 2009. First Edition. ISBN 978-1-4013-0371-6(alkaline paper).

    Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia on Facebook
    Putra, Budi (31 August 2006). "Fast growing of Indonesian Wikipedia". CNETAsia.
  4. Layanan Google yang ditawarkan tanpa biaya ini dapat langsung menerjemahkan berbagai kata, frasa, dan halaman web ke bahasa Indonesia dan lebih dari 100 bahasa lainnya.

  5. Modern Indonesia began on the 17th of August 1945. At 10 o'clock on that Friday morning, Soekarno read Indonesia's Declaration of Independence. Indonesia's Independence Day is a national holiday. Indonesia is the fourth most populated country in the world with 238,452,952 people (2004 est.).

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