Sep 28 2020
Hello everyone. What is the next step here?
Aug 25 2020
Here is a link to the draft version: https://en.wiki.bluespice.com/wiki/MediaWiki-usedby#/media/File:UsedBy-option1.png
Aug 21 2020
Jun 15 2020
Many thanks for updating this ticket! Unfortunately, the project is currently not being pursued any further, as others have priority. In fact, there is a basic concept, but there is a lack of ressources. In any case it should be resumed in the medium term. I still have it with me on the strategic todo list.
Apr 20 2020
Apr 17 2020
Apr 14 2020
Feb 13 2020
Hi @srodlund! I took another look.
As far as I understand it, is this going to be a tech blog primarily about developments for the Wikimedia communites? Then there is actually not too much overlap. We (the MWStakeholders) would like to start a MediaWiki blog that works as a group blog, has sysadmins, developers and maintainers as a target group, to make developments and actors inside and outside (!) WMF visible and to promote MediaWiki as software and bring people and projects together. There would also be room for Semantic MediaWiki, Meza, skin and extension developers and many others who, in my opinion, won't find room in a Wikimedia Tech Blog.
The overlap would be that we would also like to promote developments of Wikimedia. But these topics would then tend to end up in your project. That's a pity, but also okay. Of course we would have loved to have included this and created a lot of space for it. But we can refer to interesting posts.
We also didn't know that Wikimedia itself is starting a new blog here. Then we could have contacted us early and agreed on something. At the moment everything seems already to be fixed on the WMF side and we have to adjust our content concept a bit. But of course our project will always open for all stakeholders in the big MediaWiki universe. I think anything that helps to make the work of developers visible and create different points of contact is essential for the future of MediaWiki. You start first and we follow. :-) We are only terribly behind schedule.
Feb 12 2020
The MW stakeholders are also planning a MediaWiki blog. This will be launched in the next few months. The scope of the content would be broader, but there would also be many overlaps in content. Could we make a call to explore whether there are synergies. It makes little sense to duplicate infrastructures. Obviously several people have the same idea. Who would be the contact person here?
Oct 13 2019
May 25 2018
I found this page at MediaWiki.org: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/GDPR_(General_Data_Protection_Regulation)_and_MediaWiki_software
Apr 6 2018
Mar 27 2018
Mar 26 2018
You can find a description here: https://en.help.bluespice.com/wiki/Extensions/CheckList
Made an internal ticket at Hallo Welt.
Feb 10 2018
May 28 2017
@Qgil that sounds great. I didn't mean to set somebody under pressure, but we would support you, whenever necessary. :-)
May 26 2017
Thank you André. I don't have specific proposals. This task is now three years old. Quim put it on the recent annual plan and my question is, if there is any help for the realization needed or some feedback. Maybe we can contribute.
May 25 2017
Hi Quim. What are the next steps? Do we need ressources for that? Or is any approval necessary?
May 23 2017
Here one blog post by Markus Glaser: https://blog.bluespice.com/2017/05/23/a-culture-of-knowledge-sharing-impressions-from-the-wikimedia-hackathon-2017/
Another one for the MW Stakeholders blog is planned.
May 18 2017
Apr 21 2017
Jan 31 2017
Would be a great support for new developers
Meets a requirement of the MediaWiki Usage Report 2015: extension management
Meets an important requirement of the MediaWiki Usage Report 2015: extension management :-)
Meets a requirement of the MediaWiki Usage Report 2015: Developer support, skinning and UI
Meets a requirement of the MediaWiki Usage Report 2015: Developer support
Jan 30 2017
Feb 21 2016
Today a fork is not at the agenda. We had many discussions in the last months and in my opinion it would already helpfull to get an special release for third-party users. Which means:
Jan 10 2016
Jul 10 2015
Checked it. Great!
You have my OK :-))
Jun 11 2015
+1 one year would be great. should we try to get the data of from 1. 1. 2014 to 31. 12. 2014?