Thu, Apr 18
Thanks a bunch, @Ainali.
The setup from the Diversity Conference should be enough at this point.
Is this the same as T220950: Enable subpages for namespace 2019 and other years namespaces? That one also has a patch awaiting review.
Wed, Apr 17
All the published pages under "None" above are now archived.
Tue, Apr 16
After testing a few times, the new computer seem to be good enough. I'll set it up to be easy to use.
I had a look at our camcorders, but couldn't find a good solution with the equipment we currently have. The HDC-SD900 could output to USB using some kind of adapter, but the quality was pretty bad. The AG-AC160AEJ would require some other type of adapter to allow converting HDMI to USB.
It's somewhat clear from the documentation why it's disabled, but not how to enable it. I'm guessing that you do it somewhere in the config.
Mon, Apr 15
At this point, "2019" is the only namesapce that I need to have subpages. If you enable them for that one, it should be enough.
You could add another set of text field and button, though I'm afraid that may cause confusion. There's is a "Switch editor" button in the toolbar, to the top right (looks like a pen).
Note to self: all the pages under "None" should be archived manually, except for unpublished.
Fri, Apr 12
I've set up 2019:GLAM with the submission controls. Adding a submission creates a subpage to 2019:GLAM, preloading 2019:GLAM/Submission Form. The preload page was created by substituting Template:Submission Form. This means that this template should be finalized before creating the space specific preload pages, or they need to be updated manually.
Thu, Apr 11
From what I could find, the general advice is to have one thing per server (some examples below), so I think we should stick with that.
Added content of the working document with slight modifications to Mejladress för teknisk drift.
While I like the added functionality, like dropdown menus for choosing between fixed options, the config looks a bit complex; I don't know who will be editing the forms for the different spaces, but even as someone who is familiar with the JSON-format, the configs for FormWizard look fairly complex.
Wed, Apr 10
I tried manually archiving one of the un-archived pages: https://wikimedia.se/sv/wlm/tidigare, which seemed to have worked out: https://web.archive.org/web/20190410154241/https://wikimedia.se/sv/wlm/tidigare.
Here's an inventory of the pages as of 2019-04-10, ordered by their latest backup date.
Tue, Apr 9
New milestone: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/4004/.
Added specifications to the project page: https://sv.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Gemenskapens_tekniska_%C3%B6nskelista/Kartor_i_infoboxar&diff=45351800&oldId=45324699&diffmode=source.
Mon, Apr 8
Adding the actual text field and button was quite straight forward. You can see a test on https://wikimania.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Sebastian_Berlin_(WMSE)/Submission. This can be copied to each space page. For the sake of modularity and ease of editing, I wrapped the controls in a template.
I'll look into how the input boxes work. Are the pages mentioned in the description on the wiki already?
Fri, Apr 5
First test with the new computer went OK. The video was a bit choppy, both on high and low resolution.
Added link to the page mentioned above: https://sv.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Etiketter/Om&oldid=45331296.
Something I noticed when looking at the new site: the images for each page are really big. Now you only get the headline and the picture when you arrive at a page and have to scroll down a full page to get to any actual information. Is this the finished design? If we want the pictures that big, I think it would be better to instead use them as background and overlay the information.
Thu, Apr 4
I've read through the document and some of the links. I installed OpenRefine and managed to import the data set mentioned.
Wed, Apr 3
What does "all the subpages" mean? Pages linked in the menu? Pages linked from these pages? All pages that are somewhere on the server? I had a quick look and there are about 140 pages all in all. Many of these I think (and hope) aren't linked anywhere.