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Mar 22 2023

Emile-Daisy added a comment to T332643: Rough integration of time machine and configuration scraper.

Thank you sir for the update on the task

Mar 22 2023, 12:59 PM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects

Mar 14 2023

Emile-Daisy added a comment to T331201: Extract cxserver configuration and export to CSV.

@awight sir here is a link to my github repository which I present my solution to this task https://github.com/12Daisy/Extract-cxserver-configuration-and-export-to-CSV

Mar 14 2023, 3:42 PM · CX-cxserver, Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy updated the task description for T331200: Ultralight systematic literature review.
Mar 14 2023, 12:58 PM · Internet-Archive, Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy updated the task description for T331200: Ultralight systematic literature review.
Mar 14 2023, 12:57 PM · Internet-Archive, Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy claimed T331200: Ultralight systematic literature review.
Mar 14 2023, 12:52 PM · Internet-Archive, Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Let's try contacting the mentors so they can help

Mar 14 2023, 10:18 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Hello Eberey please how can I contribute to task 2 on Ultralight
systematic literature review

Mar 14 2023, 9:40 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects

Mar 13 2023

Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Should i send the link of the thread to u

Mar 13 2023, 10:09 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Okay Ma'am thank you for the assistance

Mar 13 2023, 10:08 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Okay ma'am sorry for calling you sir

Mar 13 2023, 10:08 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

When writing a review and doing Literature review please how do we record the work

Mar 13 2023, 9:44 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T331199: Read paper and make guesses about how it applies to translators.

Short Summary of the Paper titled "Digital Division of labor and informational magnetism: Mapping participation in Wikipedia"
@awight @Simulo Please you have not reviewed mine yet
The article "Digital Divisions of Labor and Informational Magnetism: Mapping Participation in Wikipedia" by Graham, Straumann, and Hogan (2015) provides a detailed analysis of the social and geographical patterns of participation in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. The authors use data from over 200 languages to analyze the uneven distribution of contributions and editors across different regions, languages, and topics.
According to the article, there are considerable differences in the amount of participation among the various Wikipedia languages, with some languages being significantly more active than others. The authors point out that "a small number of languages, especially English, German, French, and Spanish, account for the vast bulk of contributions to Wikipedia, whereas many other languages have only a handful of active writers," as an illustration (p. 3). This trend of unequal involvement is also shown in how contributions are distributed geographically, with some regions—like Europe and North America—being overrepresented in comparison to other parts of the world.
The authors contend that a number of variables, including as linguistic and cultural obstacles, variations in internet access and infrastructure, and the effect of current power structures and social networks, can be blamed for this uneven distribution of participation in Wikipedia. They also emphasize the significance of "informational magnetism," the propensity of some subjects to draw editors' attention and contributions more than others. This could lead to a vicious cycle where some subjects gain popularity and visibility while others are ignored or underdeveloped.
A dataset of translations between several Wikipedias might reveal a number of patterns based on this study. The following are some of these hypotheses and educated guesses:

Mar 13 2023, 9:15 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Thank u sir got it now

Mar 13 2023, 8:43 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects
Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

hello please i can't find the link at the top of this page

Mar 13 2023, 8:09 AM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects

Mar 12 2023

Emile-Daisy added a comment to T328597: [Outreachy round 26] Research into translation imbalances.

Hello I am Emile Daisy. I just joined this project please can I get a link to be added to the Zulip Project chat

Mar 12 2023, 11:24 PM · Outreachy (Round 26), Outreach-Programs-Projects