Participants: Number of enrolled participants.
Tue, Dec 12
Final version: http://scholarships.wmflabs.org/apply
Also @eyoung has asked me to remove the following question:
What knowledge matters to you that is still missing in the Wikimedia movement? Who has been left out? What are some ways you might participate at Wikimania to help address this?
Marking as Invalid. There can be multiple reasons for this to happen. Some bot crawling the wiki could easily cause this.
Mon, Dec 11
Fri, Dec 8
I set it up locally and it seems to work fine except for two things - Clicking "Add wiki" doesn't do anything. Console error is ReferenceError: Can't find variable: setupAddRemove. And the date input boxes remain disabled even after I check the "Enable date/time" checkbox. Is there a step I'm missing?
@MusikAnimal Couple of things for this task:
- We should add some placeholder text so people know the right format for adding a wiki, date and time.
- Time is not optional. We can take out that checkbox. I'm sorry I overlooked that in the mock.
Wed, Dec 6
Thanks to loads of help from Sam, this bug is now fixed! Rejoice, all!
Tue, Dec 5
I went with the option Kaldari suggested - to load the library only if the user has codemirror enabled, for both gadgets. It'd be great if someone can confirm if the gadgets are working as expected.
Hey @daniel, this came up in our team meeting today. Any updates about getting this scheduled?
Mon, Dec 4
I'm claiming this (for now) and putting this forward as a GCI task for a student to take on. I'll be mentoring.
Hi @Nehajha. How's it going so far? Need any help?
@Jayprakash12345 You still haven't clarified what is the bug. Pageviews going high is not necessarily a problem.
Fri, Dec 1
@Ankry can you try this in Chrome? And can you tell me if there's anything in your custom js?
@Ankry I was testing with the enhanced toolbar. Do you still see the bug?
I can check this out on plwikisource too.
@Ankry I don't follow. What are you suggesting?
Thu, Nov 30
I added Resourceloader dependencies for the gadgets but that didn't work so I updated the gadget code to explicitly wait on CodeMirror lib before loading. The downside is that it'll load CodeMirror for everyone, whether they have the beta feature or not. But on the plus side, it seems to have fixed all loading problems.
You can test it out here.
From my reading of the discussions, it seems like just as many are in favor of it as there are those opposed to it. The reason it's been brought up over and over is that some people strongly feel the need for it. I think a final RfC would help in finding consensus either way. We could ping the 73 people who voted for it to chime in on the RfC as well.
Wed, Nov 29
I have a couple of questions.
Tue, Nov 28
I ran into this today on the wmflabs testing instance for wikimania scholarships app. I suppose I should kill it and create another instance?
Mon, Nov 27
@Nehajha When you pick up a task, claim it in Phabricator. You can do it from the "Add Action..." button above the comment box. And also move it to In Dev/Progress on the Wikimedia-IEG-grant-review / Wikimedia-Wikimania-Scholarships board. This way we would know which one you're working on currently. :)
Thanks, @eyoung. Could you remind me of the timeline for this again? When are we opening up for the application phase?
Thu, Nov 16
Wed, Nov 15
OP replied with:
I've found what seems to be the confliction, if you could confirm. "OCR: Enable OCR button in Page: namespace." seems to be the culprit.
After enabling, the problem happens when loading the page with CodeMirror enabled.
Nov 14 2017
Nov 13 2017
I did an analysis of the proposal and the discussion that followed to understand better what exactly was being asked for. Here's the summary of the discussion:
https://discuss.wmflabs.org/? Seems intuitive enough.
Nov 10 2017
+1 to trying Discourse. Seems to be pretty good for our needs. What's the next step?
Nov 8 2017