File metadata cleanup drive

The File metadata cleanup drive is an effort started in September 2014 by the Wikimedia Foundation. Its goal is to fix file description pages and tweak templates to ensure that multimedia files consistently contain machine-readable metadata across Wikimedia wikis.

See also:

See how to fix the pages »

98% complete
1,053,803 files to go
  • Total number of files: 44,761,256
  • Files with missing machine-readable metadata: 1,053,803

As of 2014-12-10, these numbers include Wikimedia Commons.