Mar 8 2021
this is notatask
Mar 1 2021
Ha, it was created to provide me with a copy of what Kate is using in her onboarding process, as I gather different things around how people use onboarding checklists. Does that answer your question?
Oct 20 2020
@Aklapper FYI this was created/shared as an example of how Phabricator can be useful in onboarding processes.
Thank you @kzimmerman this is super useful !
Dec 2 2019
Ping me when you need more info. I'm probably not the best placed to help, but I'll wait for your question to connect you with the right people :)
Jun 28 2019
I have the loop. On both my accounts (two different Chrome sessions, one for my volunteer account, one for my WMF account). Chrome, under Linux Mint: Version 73.0.3683.86 (Build officiel) (64 bits)
I'm not sure how to start a new session altogether, I probably should uncheck the "save browser state" somewhere, I guess. Just wanted to report that this happens on Chrome too.
Feb 25 2019
Sooooo, this is a bit confusing, because I could not create a name with "wmf" in it :)
Feb 22 2019
I thought I had one but I'll check with OIT. Wikll get back to you onthis. Thank you for the ping!
Feb 14 2019
May 13 2018
Oct 16 2017
I believe these questions or some that sound very much like them are being asked of the Wikimedia Conference participants. We might want to coordinate with WMDE on this, as well as with any other affiliate/entity doing technical events (there are a number of local hackathons/ developers meetings in the works all over the world). Pinging @CorneliusKibelka_WMDE to see if he has interest. . Also, wondering if we could actually expand this to non-technical events.
Aug 31 2017
Jul 5 2017
LOI submitted for
Board approved recommendations on 16 June 2017
Done for this round (S11 - Round 1 2017-2018)
Jun 22 2017
Jun 8 2017
Checked and reviewed so far:
Mar 20 2017
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Mar 9 2017
Almost. This is a bit complicated because of stupid naming issues. [edit: stupid naming issues on our part, ie. we have no good names for these processes]
#Annual-Plan-Grants is a top level project
Annual-Plan-Grants-FDC is a subproject of #Annual-Plan-Grants
Mar 6 2017
Hello. APG and FDC are different things, but APG is the "umbrella" project. the FDC is a committee that makes decisions for part of the Annual Plan Grants process, the other part are simple Annual Plan Grants (yeah, I know, naming is a Wikimedia plague ;)). In any case. There is little "project material" thing to the FDC, since it's a committee. In my case, its name is used to differentiate two processes, one that has the FDC as deciding committee, the other one that has a simple APG committee as the deciding committee So to be super accurate, we'd need to have the following:
#Annual-Plan-Grants, #Funds-Dissemination-Committee (this would have the only project elements pertaining to the FDC, such as (s)election milestones etc. which might be a good idea anyway). #simple-Annual-Plan-Grants-committee
As a sub-project of #Annual-Plan-Grants, you'd have Annual-Plan-Grants-FDC and #Annual-Plan-Grants-simple for example. At this stage, I am only responsible for the FDC bit of that process, so I don't need anything pertaining to simple. Also, a lot of the milestones/tasks pertaining to the Annual-Plan-Grants-FDC process would not pertain to the project #Funds-Dissemination-Committee, since they do not involve the committee at all. Does that make sense?
Project description: This is a project that will outline the process, tasks and milestones associated with the Annual Plan Grants FDC Process. More information about Annual Plan Grants/ Funds Dissemination Committee can be found on the relevant page on meta. The most important milestones are outlined on the APG Calendar.
Feb 17 2017
Hello, I will be pointing the APG organizations to this task. There are a few of them who already collaborate with translation schools for example, so this might be an interesting task for them to take up.
Dec 19 2016
Dec 16 2016
At this stage why don't you put wolliff [AT] wikimedia.org?