Description: Project to manage tasks related to the "Community Wishlist" that is maintained by WMDE. More information on the list of wishes can be found here (German): https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Umfragen/Technische_W%C3%BCnsche/Top_20
Hmm. If we are to approve this, I think that it should should cover either:
- German Wikimedia communities (not just Wikipedia) requests that are fairly specific to the way they use MediaWiki (not just any random feature), or
- German-language support in MediaWiki
I have a feeling that second one is already fairly well covered by internationalisation.
Feel free to go ahead and create this; see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Creating_and_renaming_projects for the usual guidelines. :)
(T91286: Consider creating Phabricator projects for Wikimedia sites in specific languages feels only slightly related here. For the records.)
For the beginning this is mostly about the Top-20 wishes from https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Umfragen/Technische_W%C3%BCnsche/Top_20. We are actively working on that list and it is just a pain to manage this on-wiki. That's the main reason why I requested this project.
Further wishes can of course be tracked with this project but at the moment we are only committed to the ones according to the top-20 list.
Based on experience I think I'd appreciate a sentence for Phab users in the project description what the expected project use is: Should anyone just go ahead and associate their "pet peeve" task to this project if they feel like they want to see a certain task fixed/implemented on German Wikipedia? If not, please express that. :P
(Also, I'd probably go for a "tag" type here - doesn't feel like the corresponding codebases are subprojects of this one.)