An Android app would be handy, especially for use in bandwidth-constrained situations and during edit-a-thons.
Here's a rough sketch of prioritized features and activities that might make for a good starting point for the project:
- See a list of current, active courses
- Log in to either dashboard.wikiedu.org or outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org
- See a list of your own courses
- See users for a course
- See articles edited for course
- See recent activity for a course
- See uploads for a course
- Search for courses by name
- Assign yourself articles for a course you are in
- Join a course that does not require a passcode
- Join a course by opening an enrollment URL
- As a program organizer, create accounts for edit-a-thon participants
- Conduct user tests to improve the experience and learn what the next priorities should be
This idea is being fleshed out into a full project proposal by @Ujjwalagrawal17
Mentors: @Ragesoss, ?
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