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In Memoriam, also known as September 11 Wiki, was a wiki dedicated to everyone who died in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, in the United States.

The wiki was originally a fork of English Wikipedia. It was created in October 2001 in response to a flurry of biographical pages for 9-11 victims that were deemed not to belong on Wikipedia. The solution was to create a separate Wikipedia to cover the attacks - sep11.wikipedia.org - a move unique in Wikipedia's history, and a sign of its still-uncertain scope and direction in 2001. According to Wikipedia's article on itself, In Memoriam was the first sister project ever created for Wikipedia. When the creation of new memorial pages for 9-11 victims died down on the English Wikipedia, activity on the September 11 Wikipedia mostly ceased as well.

Concern eventually surfaced that a wiki dedicated to memorials for the 9-11 victims violated Wikimedia's mission of a collection of wikis with a neutral, worldwide point of view. Discussion on whether to delete the wiki began in 2006. On September 15, 2006, it was made read-only. Sometime in 2007, the content was moved to its new location, www.sep11memories.org, no longer hosted by Wikimedia. The original sep11.wikipedia.org was finally closed on 22 June 2008.

In August 2010, the wiki was reported as offline, and it has not been restored (as of March 2013).

The discussion relating to the creation, move, and closure of sep11.wikipedia.org can be read at Wikimedia Meta-Wiki: Sep11wiki

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  1. items in italics are either valid Wikipedias, but set to read-only, or valid but closed Wikipedia wikis. These actions are usually taken as a result of a 'community vote' or other discussion procedure on Meta-Wiki.
  2. items struck out have been either moved and deleted (and hosted elsewhere), or were never an official Wikipedia despite steps taken to create them as official.

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10+:ref Thuɔŋjäŋ (din)

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0 articles in language (other than main page):ref Herero (hz), Kanuri (kr)

Redirect:ref Беларуская (тарашкевіца) (be-x-old): redirects to be-tarask

Depreciated:ref tlhIngan Hol (Klingon) (tlh), Toki Pona (tokipona), Siberian Wikipedia (hoax language)

Other: Wikipedia 10 (ten), Wikipedia Test Wiki (test), test2.Wikipedia (test2), Nostalgia Wikipedia (nostalgia), In Memoriam (sep11)

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