Apr 19 2022
@Karankulx I am not sure what you are talking about, but if you want to create a proposal, please create a new task. By the way, color manipulation before upload is not desirable. Thanks!
Apr 17 2022
Are you aware of the document https://github.com/commons-app/commons-app-documentation/blob/master/android/Students.md?
Apr 16 2022
@Aman7531 Would you mind adding links to the pull requests (or at least one link, for the pull request you are most proud of)?
Apr 7 2022
Thank you! Based on your screenshot, I added steps at the 7th bullet of https://github.com/commons-app/commons-app-documentation/blob/master/android/Students.md#how-to-apply
Thank you for asking! Would you mind sending a screenshot of the form so that we can be 100% sure to have the right choice?
At https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/2022#Improve_the_picture_selector_of_the_Commons_Android_app we wrote Expected size of project: 350 hours, Difficulty rating: mediumbut without seeing the form I am not 100% sure how that translates to.
Thanks in advance!
Apr 6 2022
Great proposal, the work is well explained, there are even screenshots, the schedule makes sense.
Just a few very minor typos:
After marking some images -> After selecting some images
Not for uploaded images -> Not for upload images
Implementaion -> Implementation
Rest work -> Rest of work
Activies -> Activities
Apr 4 2022
Yes, if done losslessly then blur+rotate+crop is well enough for a GSoC.
You can keep "Implement Update Depicts" as a bonus task "if time allows".
Please be aware that AndroidMediaUtil is probably harder to use, and might even need some modifications. Feel free to modify your schedule to allow some buffer, for instance I would suggest not doing contrast change and EXIF, and leaving more time for both unit tests and final code review.
Thank you for the detailed proposal, with screenshots and a timeline.
Feb 25 2022
@srishakatux 350 hours medium sounds like the best choice indeed, thanks!
Feb 4 2022
Jan 21 2022
Jan 19 2022
Aditya implemented everything :-)
Nov 15 2021
With artificial intelligence chips now being embedded directly on devices, and AI-based upscaling becoming routine, our average JPG upload will soon be artistic rather than reliable encyclopedic content.
Nov 1 2021
Sep 21 2021
Implemented and merged into master branch, huge thanks to Aditya!
May 13 2021
"none of the main upload tools (Pattypan, url2commons) support SDC"
Apr 9 2021
Would you mind explaining in a few words how you plan to cache API results? You can add this information to the "Implementation Strategy" section.
Great proposal, thanks!
Thanks for this very well-written proposal, especially the implementation part is great!
The tasks are rather ambitious, but your technical implementation details and your timeline are convincing.
Apr 7 2021
Looks pretty good!
No need to divide time in durations smaller than a week.
Minor correction: "commons" as the name of the website should always be uppercase: "Commons".
Apr 6 2021
Thanks for applying!
Apr 5 2021
First feedback on this proposal:
Apr 3 2021
Mentor here, I confirm that this GSoC is still open.
Mar 29 2021
Thanks Gabrielchl, perfectly accurate answer!
Mar 20 2021
Sep 23 2020
Yes, it is done, thanks!
Apr 19 2020
Feb 25 2020
@Pavithraes Done, thanks! :-)
Oct 19 2019
@Aklapper Here is an example of a "Wikimedia Commons image page": https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Milgram_Experiment_v2.png
T213031 is only about "Wikimedia Commons image pages".
On the opposite, the present issue is for "Wikipedia articles".
Sep 4 2019
Implemented and successfully tested, not merged yet because of ongoing work on a library.
Aug 28 2019
Here is my use case, just to illustrate the usefulness of having a SPARQL endpoint.
Aug 20 2019
Jul 16 2019
I stumbled upon this bug on commons.wikimedia.org right now.
I can confirm the bug is fixed on commons.wikimedia.beta.wmflabs.org thanks, looking forward to the release.
Jul 13 2019
May 21 2019
May 14 2019
@Cparle : Wonderful! Here are our issues related to SDoC: https://github.com/commons-app/apps-android-commons/issues?q=is%3Aissue+label%3Astructured-commons+is%3Aopen
Mar 29 2019
Mar 18 2019
Mar 2 2019
Yes, both issues describe the same feature.
This issue has been created 4 months before the other one.
Feel free to close whichever you want :-)
Mar 1 2019
Let's say I want to find all battlefields of history, and I am only interested in those in Russia (Q159).
Feb 28 2019
Jan 17 2019
Oct 29 2018
Thanks for working on this!
Oct 12 2018
Vicuna does this, and it is vital.
It should absolutely be implemented in the upload wizard too.
Sep 13 2018
Aug 22 2018
Thanks everyone! :-)
Aug 9 2018
Jul 20 2018
Jul 3 2018
Jun 15 2018
Jun 13 2018
Pull request merged, thanks! It should be released in 2.9
Jun 12 2018
May 31 2018
May 22 2018
May 14 2018
May 8 2018
Here is a long list of images that are often used as stub/portal/etc icons, and can thus be considered as unrelated to the topic of the article: https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=User:Magnus_Manske/FIST_icons&action=raw
It is kept up-to-date by FIST/WDFIST users, including me :-)
May 2 2018
@Edgars2007: Yes, looks great! The only problem is that its data has not been updated since May 2017.
May 1 2018
Apr 3 2018
Mar 28 2018
Mar 27 2018
Any microtask you performed on the Commons mobile app maybe?
Or if not, on other Wikimedia software?
Mar 26 2018
I don't think "Add and implement option download metadata to a separate .txt, .xml or .json file" is really needed on mobile.
it's sub-categories -> its sub-categories
Mar 22 2018
Is there any difference between "Improvements based on the feedback received from mentors, other community members, Testing, Bug fixes, Writing documentation. Release app in Google play (at least in alpha)" and "Phase I evaluation"?
Is there a reason why Phase II is in the opposite order?
Mar 21 2018
@Diddypod I don't think anonymous users can upload pictures?
Mar 20 2018
The UI sounds reasonable.
Mar 15 2018
Familiarising featured images scrollable activity -> Familiarizing myself with the featured images scrollable activity
There are two "Review 1"
The link "Pull down gesture removal for Map View" seems broken.