Currently the team is monitoring the main talk pages for Content translation and version 2. However, considering that translation activities occur on the different wikis, we'd like to increase the reach to request feedback on those wikis and compile an understanding on how the new version is working for the different languages. Capturing both, general issues and language-specific ones.
Regarding the timeline, we expect to increase the number of users using the new version gradually during the October-December period, with specific peaks around interventions that increase the visibility for the tool (planned around the end of each month).
We hope that Community relations Specialists could help with this process. Please let us know if some kind of support is possible, and whether more details are needed for the request.
- Pick one Wikipedia from the list of 12 representative wikis for the next two week period (this can be in sync with the 2-week sprints the Language team follows).
- Contact ambassadors (and maybe also translators) on that Wikipedia to be the messengers for local feedback and to post on their local Village Pumps (VPs) to stimulate discussions.
- Report on Monday meeting with Community Relations Specialists about the feedback received (or lack of).
The above actions will be lead by the Language team, getting on-request support from @Trizek-WMF if questions arises, review is needed for communications, or additional help is needed for some particular reply.