jmorgan at wikimedia.org
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jmorgan at wikimedia.org
Projects I follow
I needed to document this in a Phab ticket for quarterly planning purposes. If a ticket for this task already exists, we can a) merge this one in or b) re-scope this one so that it just describes my specific activities related to this project.
Latest update: didn't submit to ICWSM 2018; new plan is to perform 2-3 more interviews and submit to CSCW 2018.
@leila CDP:SD status has been updated.
Added Ops-Access-Requests. Removed myself as assignee now that next steps are (I assume) from Ops, but not sure who to re-assign to.
Thanks, @Deskana. I'll do that. Also, FWIW this occurred for me repeatedly on Chrome (Version 64.0.3282.167 (Official Build) (64-bit)) yesterday as well. However, I use a lot of the same extensions across Chrome and Firefox, because I switch frequently. So next time it crops up, I'll try disabling the extensions or using a fresh profile and see if I can duplicate it there.
For my part, it sounds like the new mediawiki_history tables & other data lake resources cover most of the cross-wiki join use cases I might have. So I don't object to moving to a multi-instance solution.
I don't know if there is a static site generator for the Research Landing page, @Jan_Dittrich. But I know next to nothing about web development. I do know that all the content was manually added to flat HTML pages, even navigation menu items. See the development repository for history and relevant files. Any generators, compilers, or other tools used in the Landing Page are shared with the Wikimedia UI Style Guide, so perhaps @Volker_E can inform us.
@Jdlrobson I'd be interested in helping with this task.
@Volker_E can you give an estimate for when you'll be able to complete "Recent Update cards" above? @DarTar and I are trying to finalize content for launch. LMK if you have questions about requirements beyond what I've described in the task description.
Declined by CHI 2018 :( re-submitting to ICWSM 2018
@Whatamidoing-WMF I would double-check with legal on this. Just because the microsurvey is a MediaWiki extension doesn't necessarily mean that it needs to adhere to the same standards as AFT, or that oversighters need to be involved. Unless I missed something. I assume the data will be captured and stored privately and securely, and made available (if at all) after the fact. So from a legal perspective whether the survey responses will be public or not will be handled by the consent form, and our default is to let people know that they are releasing their responses into the public domain.
Sounds good, @DarTar
Added reporting piece to Q3 as a separate task T183202, and updated Q3 goals on wiki: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Technology/Goals/2017-18_Q3#Program_4:_Technical_community_building
@Volker_E just a quick note that I see these changes and am grateful. Please keep me posted! Thanks, J
Also, @Volker_E Have you done any work on the 3-column link list class (see ticket description above for details)? Looking at your commit history, I don't think you explicitly created this as a class. I tried to 'fake' it by using featured project cards, but it didn't work well, for two reasons:
@Volker_E I added content using the new team member and featured project cards. I'm running into a small alignment problem with both classes: They align on the bottom instead of the top. This creates 'crooked' rows when there are different amounts of content on adjacent cards.
Update: submitted an updated manuscript to CHI 2018 conference in Sept. Reviews were largely positive. Submitted rebuttal in Nov. Will hear back on final acceptance on Dec 11.
The shawn table belonged to Shawn Walker, a research intern in 2011. These tables can be safely deleted.
There's also the upcoming WMF.org revamp to consider. Not many details on what will be displayed there, but there may be opportunities to advertise our design org and activities there (for certain audiences).
@Volker_E Couple questions:
Awesome, @Neil_P._Quinn_WMF cheers to you for taking a user-centered approach to building WMF products ;) I should make you a barnstar.
@DarTar I've created a research page for this project: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Growth_and_diversity_of_Technology_team_audiences