Are you new to the Wikimedia Commons? At our First steps and Welcome pages you will find informations about the Wikimedia Commons and how you can contribute to the project. All information is available in English, and most of it is available in other languages too. You can browse the languages by clicking on the language of your choice in the menu that is displayed at the top of each page.
One millionth file uploaded! On the 30th of November 2006, the Wikimedia Foundation announced that the one millionth file had been uploaded to Wikimedia Commons. These files have been chosen or created by 91,006 registered users in more than 12 different languages.
Wikimedia Commons is multilingual. Use Babel in order to find contributors who speak your language. Please add information about the languages you understand to your user page. The language policy is discussed at Commons talk:Language policy.
All help, project, maintenance, discussion, policy pages and further tutorials about how to work in wikis like Wikimedia Commons are listed there. For an overview over the structure of the Wikimedia Commons project itself see Category:Commons.
Tools for uploading and further maintenance of the Wikimedia Commons as for example Commonist for uploading larger amounts of images. The tool integration helps you adding additional functionality to your Wikimedia Commons web interface.
Overview on how to embed Wikimedia Commons content into various Wikimedia wikis and how to reuse Commons content by third parties. See also the media help for software and hints how to watch images and films and listen to audio files provided by Wikimedia Commons. See featured pictures, pictures of the day and media of the day in order to find particularly valuable content for reuse.