Fri, Jun 11
After inconclusive new proposals and consultation of current stakeholder on Telegram, we will stick with the logo already in use since several weeks.
Mon, Jun 7
Thanks @Urbanecm for this informative feedback.
Sun, Jun 6
Logo includes a stylized human stick figure, overlaid on a circle, similar to da Vinci’s Vetruvian man. It is freely inspired by Wikimedia official logo and UN Accessibility logo. The body is dark red, shaped like a K rotated 90 degrees right, arms spread wide. The head hands and feet are represented by simple blue circles. The semi circle underneath is green. The red, blue and green colors of Wikimedia projects were chosen as representing the 3 colors of light.
Extracted from https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/202106-accessibility
Sat, Jun 5
Related discussion on Wikidata: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Topic:Vm9zvq0po46t93bl
Wed, Jun 2
Wow @Yair_rand thanks for the link to the Lua translator, that's really cool. 😄
Mon, May 24
Kubof sugested that we organize some challenge/competition to motivate people to contribute.
Sun, May 23
Here is a first idea to move toward such a logo: go through Commons to find some SVG logo on accessibility we might might with Wikimedia official logo.
Note that this comes in the frame of Hackathon 2021, more specifically https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T282561
Sat, May 22
So the Etherpad did play its role during the session. 😄
We will take note in https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/wmhack21-accessibility if needed 😄
May 21 2021
May 19 2021
Thanks @Robin_van_der_Vliet for the feedback. It seems that @Taylor took the expected actions on these pages, and that's seem good to me (not as good as if we had instead free material to share on the topic of course).
Novaĵoj kaj malnovaĵoj pri PIV, Bertilo kaj kopirajto (16 jan. 2021 by @Taylor) is also related to this topic.
May 18 2021
Hello @Nes, it's done, you might have a look to check I didn't introduced any problematic error. 😄
May 16 2021
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Mar 13 2021
Also note that ⌃+⏎ , which is also widely used in instant messaging tools, do send the message as one already acculturated to this shortcase might expect. Actually, after a quick check, it is already implemented with a proper accesskey and title on the button. Sorry for just making noise then. 😅
Feb 28 2021
Here are some sample relevant links from a quick research on LimeSurvey and code injection:
- (the official bug tracker have many more report like the three later items)
Apr 23 2019
Mar 30 2019
By the way @Chicocvenancio, what about making most popular module preinstalled?
Mar 28 2019
Thank you for the feedback @Chicocvenancio.
Oups, my bad, actually, despite the error message, it works. I guess that the error are related to some admin (wheel) specific stuff that aren't really required to make a module installed in a functional manner.
Actually, while the command does try to install the missing module, it fails to successfully do so:
Great, thank you @Chicocvenancio ❣
Mar 27 2019
Mar 6 2019
A related thread was launched on Commons Do we want to bot-copy descriptions to captions?, following the introduction of structured data integration on the project.
Feb 23 2019
Well, @Xqt, except if there is a way to tweak the generator to use the provided list of page as target, this still doesn't provide a way to do what I wanted with this script. In the midtime I however successfully used ./pwb.py replace -file:./targets/acceptables.txt "Images from Wiki Loves Love 2019 to check" "Accepted images from Wiki Loves Love 2019" -automaticsummary -always to do what I wanted.
Ho, actually it seems that the move subcommand don't allow to provide a list of target as add does, but like remove will only work on the complete list of items in a category. So it doesn't give out of the box what I was looking for, as I had supposed in my initial description. But the evolution proposal seems still valid to me.
Feb 7 2019
Yes, the email is still valid, if you can also send me the email subject here once sent, that might help find it more quickly in case it get catched by one of the many filter of my email client 🙏😁
Hello everybody, would it be possible to know how much time in average it takes for such a ticket to be treat, so we can take that into account in how we organize?
Feb 6 2019
Oct 31 2018
Oct 25 2018
The Wikitrace project on Meta was created in link with this ticket.
Oct 20 2018
Oct 18 2018
Done for WLL. Thank you for pointing the need. :)
Sep 26 2018
I think it's a good practice to put a template layer between the module API and the the article, it brings much flexibility. Not adding it in the VE default layout might actually be presented as a "feature not a bug". Not bothering article writers with too much technical complexity is great.
Sep 24 2018
Sep 22 2018
Hi @Aklapper, is there something more I should do to make this ticket go forward?
Sep 20 2018
I re-open the task, as from my understanding of the documentation this is a legit action from my part as the task creator, all the more when questions are pending.
Hi @Lydia_Pintscher , I join your concern on not wasting valuable resources.
Maybe Extension:TextExtracts might help somewhat here, but at least from the documentation it doesn't appear to be usable through wikicode calls. A more invasive solution would be to use Extension:Labeled Section Transclusion which requires to explicitly mark each element that should be extractable.
Sep 19 2018
So to answer a few questions I received in feedback to this ticket:
Sep 18 2018
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Aug 15 2018
In a first time, I mean on fr.wikitionary, as I'm prototyping data separation from displaying layer there. If that happen to work well, we can see with other wiktionaries later, does that make sense.
Aug 13 2018
Aug 10 2018
Clicking the link toward https://riot.im/app/#/room/#mediawiki-general:matrix.org respond me that the channel doesn't exists. Maybe I need some additional configuration though. I already accepted a spontaneous request by Freenode to join what I guess was a bridge, maybe on my laptop client (Fractal), but I guess that anyway it's synchronized in the browser client and it's not the problem.
Aug 8 2018
On the Wikisource global community telegram group, there was a suggestion to create a Meta page to coordinate this efforts. So that should be something to do. :)
Aug 6 2018
Possibly related tickets:
Hi @Pintoch if a license is compatible with CC0 requirements, then yes it can be imported into any dataset covered by CC0, including Wikidata.
Jul 12 2018
Jun 2 2018
For some reason @Aklapper is on most task I create (I guess for triage reasons) but not on this one. Please let me know if I should or not add you manually in that kind of case.
I looked at the Probox documentation but didn't saw anything related to the "join" button and the role list.
The list of activity is given on Commons: