Mon, Apr 16
Sat, Apr 14
Fri, Apr 13
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Editing/Publish is also related.
Thu, Apr 12
The same audience that is now following blog.wikimedia.org ? :)
Subbu, I guess you could start at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Blog/Guidelines .
Wed, Apr 11
I have now posted https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Tech/Ambassadors/List#Pilot_starting .
I'd rather close this task now, if you can fork n.3 for yourself. TYVM!
Feedback and discussion about the page or the plan?
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Mon, Apr 9
@kaldari it's been 2 months and I haven't heard per the comment above, so I'm assuming no support is needed.
Sat, Apr 7
Most of this is actually done, but I do need to get point 3 going.
Acknowledged, thank you.
Fri, Apr 6
(my2c, I really like the sidebar option, but I am aware that some don't ever want that touched. Just noting the option should be closer anyway to Permanent link, imho. If only there was a way to put both on the same line. )
Thu, Apr 5
You tell us? You're the one claiming that there's actual strict rules/procedures here to follow, so your book should also tell you what the next steps are...
@Whatamidoing-WMF did you plan any communications around this change?
Wed, Apr 4
Should we ping a more specific person, Byron perhaps?
Great, then I'll consider that. TYVM!
If changing would mean much extra work, a new link etc., then it's probably not worth it, at least now? The way people use projects seems to imply involving groups of users anyway.
@Aklapper thanks again.
Question: is there a particular reason why you went with the "group" format rather than the "tag" one as requested in the title? Just asking as I envisioned Tech Ambassadors as a tag pretty much like Tech News' one (https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/profile/1097/ ), something that's added to tasks to flag that attention is required by this group of people :)
Tue, Apr 3
Fri, Mar 30
Is this going to turn into something else at some point?
Thu, Mar 29
Thank you so much for looking into this, BTW, really appreciate how quickly you jumped on it!
There you go: <a class="mw-ui-button mw-ui-quiet" href="//www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Topic:U9s5xxu6hw5bu5id&action=history" style="padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 0px;" title=""><span class="mw-ui-icon mw-ui-icon-before mw-ui-icon-clock"></span> History</a>
Tue, Mar 27
Volker thinks that further notice to other lists isn't necessary, so we'll leave it there for now.
Mon, Mar 26
It's the same software though, just available in a different venue as well. The page is probably just not up to date.
Just FYI to Chris!
Any links? TY!
@Volker_E , I see you sent out https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikitech-l/2018-March/089679.html .
It's a good piece of communication. Should it just be cross-posted to a few more mailing lists, or is there a specific, different message that you want to be conveyed to a specific audience?
I guess I am still confused as to what you were hoping to get out of our involvement, since you seem to be doing fine already. Thanks!
Fri, Mar 23
@Whatamidoing-WMF is this something you'd like to look into?
I believe this is the current orientation: have an onwiki main page (linked from i.e. Tech News), and designate (more or less explicitly) its talk as /the/ place for feedback
Recent examples, https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/In-context_help_and_onboarding , https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/2017_wikitext_editor_performance_improvements (if there's a need for updates, those will get them, while I'm not so sure that the update would /also/ be sent out in other ways).
This isn't a support task. If anything is needed that's not covered in T189564, please specify there. TY!
Mar 22 2018
Reposting the suggested text for TN:
Mar 21 2018
"Tag for changes that require tech ambassadors' attention and/or action. A proposed working tool for the Tech Ambassadors group: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Tech/Ambassadors/List#Signup_table ."
As an anecdote I think things are worse when section editing?