This is the time to show the results of our work during the hackathon. We are looking for prototypes, new features, bugs fixed, results of all kinds of sprints.
- Quiz results (Alex)
- Syntec Numerique
- Projects showcase (see instructions below)
- Thank you, and see you soon (Rachel and Quim)
- Closing, including T100266: Taxis to the airport or train station (Sylvain)
We want to recognize contributors that went above and beyond during this hackathon. Newcomers that became great colleagues and brought impressive results... oldtimers that worked hard and helped to whoever came with questions... You know who we are talking about. Nominate them!
MediaWiki 1.25 release - T88709 ✓
Today we are happy to announce the availability of MediaWiki 1.25, the latest stable version.
@demon will present as release manager for 1.25
Nothing special needed
Wiki-HoaxBuster - T100295 ✓
A browser extension to get a better view about pages revisions and spot unreliable information
@Geekuillaume @Quentin01 @saveman71
Our computer to show the browser extension
VideoJS player - T100106 (✓)
A patch to change the TimedMediaHandler video player to use the videoJS playback engine
my computer, since it's not deployed anywhere else
Flickr upload in UploadWizard - T100062 ✓
Refactoring validation of Flickr licenses to the backend in preparation for more refactoring on the frontend and eventually turning Flickr imports on for every user on Commons.
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/212948 and https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/213234
@Bawolff and @MarkTraceur
We'll demo the API and the current version of the interface on one of our computers.
Wikipedia on Apple Watch - T97778 ✓
Extension of the Wikipedia iOS app on the Apple Watch, with voice search, saving pages to view later on iPhone, and viewing article on iPhone immediately using Handoff.
@Jason.ji, @Fjalapeno, and @Vibhabamba
Due to the unique constraints of demoing a watch application to a room of 100 people, we will create a video of the app, upload it to YouTube, and play the video during the showcase.
http://youtu.be/8TTXMO5BZbs or flash drive (back-up)
Generate SPARQL queries from natural language questions - FIXME: TNNNNN ✓
Querying Wikidata using SPARQL is very powerful but it is hard to create complex queries. We developed a tool which creates SPARQL queries based on questions in natrual language.
@Tpt and @Bene
Just show the url :-)
Surface Image Content Gap - T100088 ✓
This project aims at writting a tool that crawls wikipedia article categories in order to find article without images and sort them by decreasing number of views (i.e. the first results are the articles that are read more)
code: https://github.com/Commonists/SurfaceImageContentGap and exemple of result: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:PierreSelim/RugbySTReport
Won't be able to demo due to early flight back.
Citations and usage of of DOIs in Wikipedia - FIXME TNNNNN ✓
DOIs are identifiers for scholarly articles, e.g. http://dx.doi.org/10.5555/12345678. Two projects: one to gather a live stream of edits to Wikipedia that contain citation information. The other looks at the referral logs to see how many people click on DOI links from Wikipedia.
@Afandian - Joe Wass
Proof of Concept for running tools in a simple, isolated and distributed way T99923 (computer) ✓
Demo of simple 'push' based deploy - you just do a git push to a remote and the tool automatically builds a docker container and deploys it in a scalable way!
Demo deployed app: http://tools-new.wmflabs.org/helloworld/WMF
Code: both in puppet https://github.com/wikimedia/operations-puppet and in independent (still incomplete) repo https://github.com/lavagetto/plumber
Team: Yuvi, Joe
We just need to connect our laptop to the projector
Revision scoring - T90034 ✓
We have added French language to our list of languages
Scoring service: http://ores.wmflabs.org/scores/frwiki/?models=reverted&revids=115342133 & https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/?diff=115342133
Labeling service: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikip%C3%A9dia:Label
Project page: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Revision_scoring_as_a_service
Features & notes: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12S3uFe0ZckQkMdDOhakAFzIlsFBZ5n7jwZxXKwdiJXA/edit#gid=1690184965
Team: halfak, ladsgroup, とある白い猫 and jcreus
None needed, just basic projector is sufficient.
(Technically this was not completed at the hackathon, but it was done with the help of people here, and we have discussed improvements and outcomes. Also should be of interest to the audience.)
ReleaseTagBot - T280 ✓
Bot to tag MW releases / wmf deploys to tasks after a patch is merged
@valhallasw, @Legoktm and lots of input from @Jdforrester-WMF
ExtensionDistributor UI overhaul - T90023 ✓
Now uses OOUI and loads version selector via ajax
Make sphinx-based Pywikibot docs and deploy them on docs.wikimedia.org T66846 / T100109
@hashar @Legoktm @Multichill @jayvdb @Ladsgroup @valhallasw
SPARQL generator prototype (@Multichill)
2.0 release candidate 1 (@jayvdb, @Ladsgroup)
I18n migrated to JSON (@Ladsgroup, @jayvdb)
Set up a test wiki dedicated to test pywikibot stuff (@Ladsgroup, @jayvdb)
C-hosted function of differences finder for pywikibot - (optimised utility function)
Analysing differences between articles ||||||| Is that ok ? replace me
Find the LCS (longest common subsequence ) of a first array in a second and parsing the differences
Some first year Epitech's student
Newsletter extension - T99784 ✓
Started with many possible and incompatible ideas to implement MediaWiki-extensions-Newsletter, ended up with a sweet and simple minimum viable product and clear direction for our GSoC student to start coding.
You can find the create newsletter task here : T100125
Thanks to the couple of meetings we had : T99518
@Tinaj1234 (GSoC student leading this project; she participated from Kerala, India), @01tonythomas, @Qgil, @Quiddity, @Moushira, @Ckoerner, @Bawolff, @Isarra
MediaWiki Flow Parser - T100281 (computer) ✓
Convert a MediaWiki Flow to a terminal flow. (Readable by bots or humans)
@Ptitnem @Nokito @Cchardeau
Just a Linux computer with terminal.
Gallery creationr - FIXME: TNNNNN
Gallery creation in meta artwork categories in Commons such as "paintings by Vincent van Gogh by museum" ; each picture is supposed to be the best of a given artwork category
Code at https://github.com/Krho/visualCats, result at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Donna_Nobot/Test/Sub2
Won't be able to present, leaving for the airport at 3PM
Revisionjumper - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:DerHexer/revisionjumper - FIXME: TNNNNN ✓
This script allows you to easily navigate diffs, articles' histories and articles themselves and includes a feature-rich drop down menu that offers various functions to jump to a certain revision which is situated before or after the selected revision.
either show images of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:DerHexer/revisionjumper or enable the gadget on English Wikipedia and browse around
showing images on the help page should be fine
Improvements and new file formats for wsexport - T92287 (✓)
Addition of PDF, TXT, MOBI and RDF file formats support to wsexport
@Tpt and @coren
Android Nearby Map - T100315 ✓
@aude and @bearND
Demo from one of our laptops or https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxUyJSM66jQvVkV1UzdDMjRtWUk/view?usp=sharing
WLM-table-gen, a tool to add coordinates to list of municipal monuments on the Dutch Wikipedia - T100661 ✓
made it possible to have the tool add coordinates to already created lists
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:1Veertje/hackathon2015 < screengrabs
Donation flow for iOS - T99004 (✓)
Add a donation button and flow to the iOS app because it doesn't have one yet!
URL of the demo, if available.
@pizzzacat and @Nirzar
Our presentation must originate from @Nirzar's computer
Wikipedia web application - FIXME: TNNNNNN ✓
I probably need the latest stable chrome to show it. Could be on another computer
iOS Event Logging visualization (no phab task for hack) ✓
Educate users about what data we're collecting by showing them event logging information
Will demo from @BGerstle-WMF's computer (unless a video can be uploaded, but unlikely)
Accessibility settings - T91201
Offer the best user-interface experience to as many people as possible by introducing settings to change font size, contrast and day/night mode switch.
@violetto demo from computer
@violetto @Prtksxna @Danny_B @TheDJ
Grokapi − T100712
a very simple Python package to query Article Traffic statistics from stats.grok.se
This service is very widely used and we thought that many people end up rewriting access layers to it. So we thought we would make something light and useful. This is still very beta but kind of working. We tried to work using Test-Driven Development and pair-programming.
Wikidata description editing from iOS Wikipedia app - FIXME T90765 ✓
simple interface for in-app editing of wikidata descriptions
@Mhurd, @Vibhabamba, @Lydia_Pintscher, @Anomie
screenshots at the bottom of the phab ticket: T90765
quick demo: https://youtu.be/6VblyGhf_c8
already used to edit over 350 wikidata descriptions: https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Contributions/Montehurd&offset=&limit=500&target=Montehurd
PHP error logging via Sentry - T85188 ✓
Extension:Sentry handles server-side errors now (pending acceptance of a core patch)
@Edlira and @Tgr
will need own computer which only has microHDMI port :( - have set up a fallback
screenshots for the demo: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T85188#1310336
OOUI TitleInputWidget in MW core with infusion (computer) - FIXME: TNNNNN
You can do echo new OOUI\TitleInputWidget(); in PHP which outputs a text box that is brought to life by JS
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/213505/ and dependencies
Can only do demo with microHDMI adapter which we probably don't have here
Understandng MediaWiki (and extension) usage around the world - T100217 ✓
We set to to answer two questions.
What can we do to encourage groups to contribute their work back to MediaWiki and the community?
What can we do to increase awareness and support of third party usage from the WMF?
To present at Wikimania 2015
@cicalese @MarkAHershberger @Ckoerner @Darenwelsh @Riverbees @RichardHeigl @Jamesmontalvo3 @Mglaser & others