I see this has been marked for inclusion in Tech News, but it's actually not used anywhere anymore, right? It's fully migrated?
Tue, Apr 16
Fri, Apr 12
Thu, Apr 11
Yes, that makes sense to me. As soon as we have a date for the switch, we'll include it in Tech News and write an update on that page. That should be about the right level of community communication for this.
Wed, Apr 10
Tue, Apr 9
I'll be at a conference tomorrow; if anything specific would require our attention, @Whatamidoing-WMF will be around late afternoon/evening UTC.
Mon, Apr 8
I don't think the listed wikis need a banner.
A MassMessage has been delivered to the wikis.
Sat, Apr 6
Our team support email address is probably the safest way to get our attention if something is important and urgent, so it doesn't risk getting lost because one person is out of office or too swamped with other work.
Fri, Apr 5
I've created a message and asked for translations, and will send it out on Monday, which is also when the Tech News issue including this will go out. I've also pinged @Trizek-WMF to see if we could add another banner warning people ahead of time.
@Krinkle Thanks, very helpful.
Wed, Apr 3
OK, thanks, I've rewritten it to something very generic (so editors who've seen it knows it has been fixed) and linked to this discussion for those who want the details.
Tue, Apr 2
Yes, I'd say it is.
@Jdlrobson: Is the User-notice tag mainly because of the production issues on Wiktionary? If so, is this a "there was a problem but it was [hopefully] fixed" when this goes out on Monday? Or will it, five days from now, require action from the editors?
@ssastry Thanks for adding User-notice – how would you phrase this in a couple if sentences? I've read through the ticket, but I'm not sure how this will affect the wider community – the discussion seems very focused on English Wikipedia.
Is this still relevant for a Tech News update? In that case, how do we best phrase it?
Mon, Apr 1
This has been done.
@Harej No hurry from our side, take whatever time that makes sense for you, but I just wanted to check in and make sure we hadn't missed any communication from your side?
Fri, Mar 29
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Fri, Mar 22
Thu, Mar 21
There was a heads up in Tech News a few weeks ago, but will also post specifically on Commons.
The total amount of feedback from the Wikipedias (after Tech News) and Wikidata can be found here:
Met with @Harej. We talked about what we could do generally and he should come back with a more specific request.
@dchen Have you seen my email? It contains requests for lacking information that is currently blocking me.
The scope has become broader.
Mar 19 2019
Mar 15 2019
Mar 14 2019
I've sent out a request for translations.
Mar 11 2019
I've put up a very basic landing page here:
Tech News delivered; @Trizek-WMF has agreed to put up the banner and I've written the text to be used.
Mar 8 2019
Mar 7 2019
I've edited to make it fit with the normal Tech News style; please make sure the information is still correct. (:
Mar 5 2019
Affected wikis have been notified and it's been added to the next issue of Tech News, which will go out on Monday.
Mar 4 2019
I'll take a look at this. @Harej, I've scheduled a meeting on Monday next week.
(Reproduced in Firefox 65.0.1 on OS X.)
Feb 28 2019
Feb 22 2019
Since the translation items are handled and published individually, I suppose this would have to be for items over a certain size?