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Name: Pywikibot- Compat to Core Migration.
Type of Project: Pywikibot
Policy: Visible To Public
Description: The Pywikibot is a collection of tools that automate work on MediaWiki sites. Originally designed for Wikipedia, it is now used throughout the Wikimedia Foundation's projects and on many other MediaWiki wikis. It is written in Python making it quite popular.
The aim of my project is to encourage use of pywikibot (which is more-user friendly, hence likely to attract more active contributors) for its diverse usage and application in creating versatile bots through compat to core migration. Migration is an essential step needed to start further contribution towards development of new features by using automated bots. Besides, I also plan to prepare proper user friendly documentation to promote usage of pywikibot among newbies. This includes updating the possible available material on pywikibot, compilation of useful resources at one place for easy access and include necessary changes in the older articles.
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Would it be possible to have a project name shorter than "Pywikibot- Compat to Core Migration"?

droid renamed this task from Pywikibot- Compat to Core Migration to Compat to Core Migration.Dec 3 2014, 10:40 AM
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Hello @Qgil I hope "Compat to Core Migration " is fine..

We could also consider using a tracking bug instead, but that would lack a workboard, and that's a useful planning tool. As for naming, maybe 'pywikibot-compat-to-core' would work?

droid renamed this task from Compat to Core Migration to Pywikibot-Compat to Core.Dec 3 2014, 11:11 AM