What makes a high quality MediaWiki extension nice?
This will be a roundtable kind of session where we discuss the things we look for in other MediaWiki extensions while reviewing them that are positive and negative. This will then be turned into a checklist of sorts that developers can look towards for advice on how to make a high quality MediaWiki extension.
Some examples of easy list items might be:
- Having PHPUnit tests
- Having a Help:Extension:Foo page on mediawiki.org
- Using the standard directory layout of resources/ includes/ i18n/ etc.
Even if you aren't at the hackathon in person, please contribute more suggestions in the comments.