The Parsoid HTML5 DOM is much easier to analyze and manipulate than wikitext. This would be a workshop for bot authors, alternative renders, data miners, and anyone else interested in "doing stuff" with article contents. Learn from the Parsoid team about the DOM and how you can use it to accomplish your goals. "We deal with wikitext so that you don't have to! (R)"
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- T113396: Extension to make MediaWiki available offline
T102238: "Introduction to Wikimedia Tech" session (on first Hackathon day)
T105602: Spanish track: Introducción a las tecnologías del movimiento Wikimedia. Un espacio para los novatos y sus compañeros de hackeo. / Introduction to Wikimedia Tech for newcomers and their buddies
- Mentioned Here
- T107423: Evaluate which projects showcased at the Wikimania Hackathon 2015 should be supported further
I'm thinking basically: 1) parsoid is HTML, whee! 2) some example Parsoid HTML, 3) some example DOM manipulations/searches in the browser, 4) an example of using request in node to get Parsoid DOM for a page, domino to parse, then do the same search as (3), 5) question time.
Hopefully (4) is still short enough to fit comfortably on one slide. It should be.
Maybe stick a 3.5 in there which outlines the Parsoid v2 API. Or the RESTBase API.
@GWicke had some slides for a similar presentation at the Lyons hackathon, perhaps we can reuse some of this slides (or all of them).
I'll upload this in PDF format to commons after I present it on Wednesday; I reserve the right to make further changes between now and then.
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