I am a Multimedia Designer in Communications at the Wikimedia Foundation.
Mar 25 2021
Mar 3 2021
Mar 2 2021
You can find the new data for the top viewed and top edited articles here.
As far I can see, it's only the top edited article in AR Wikipedia that is different.
I will check this ranking with the translators - see if they have any problems with the articles or know of any false positives.
Feb 12 2021
Thank you Ed.
So then I would use the article with the second highest pageviews (incl redirect) according to your data, Connie. That would be "Donald Trump" and we probably would need to amend the text explaining the caveats at the bottom of the data page - what do you think @cchen @EdErhart-WMF
Feb 8 2021
Jan 15 2021
I made the proposed changes, add smaxage=300 and rounding timestamps.
Hello there, thank you very much for bringing this to our attention! I will get on it in the next 2 hours. I will post updates soon!
Jan 11 2021
Here is the PR with the last substantial code changes, anything that will be changed in the codebase from now on would be fixes in css or data (the csv).
Jan 7 2021
Thank you for your detailed review and sorry for the delay on my end. I wanted to address all your points.
Dec 14 2020
HUGE thank you to you Connie for being very patient with this Comms request and doing great work here!
I processed the data (as discussed) further and have documented my process as good as I can in this spreadsheet, where I also have the final data sets as sheets.
Dec 11 2020
Thank you @sbassett! If you can at all prioritize that would be great.
Hello @sbassett. I just created a pull request on Github: https://github.com/wpcomvip/wikimediafoundation-org/pull/553 with more details about my approach.
Dec 10 2020
Awesome, thank you very much! The redirect (from wikimediafoundation.org/wikipedia20 to wikimediafoundation.org) happens to fast that barely can see what happens ha!
But seems to work very well! So, yeah I think we are all good and and close this. If anything comes up I will just reopen again.
Dec 8 2020
@sbassett I wanted to notify you that by end of day tomorrow, https://github.com/wpcomvip/wikimediafoundation-org/compare/master...wp20 will be ready for review. So you can start to review on Dec 10.
I want to let you know that we also would like to push the code to master at the same time, because our timeline is tight and we need to have the page template and shortcodes available for translations as soon as possible. But know that we only use draft mode for translations for now. So there will time to address and comments that will come out of your review.
Dec 7 2020
Dec 3 2020
@hdothiduc Alright, thank you. You're welcome. To clarify for us it's actually easiest to complete it now but either way is no problem. It can be done on short notice and by anyone in SRE.
Oh I see! I don't see a problem to doing it now.
Dec 2 2020
@Dzahn, I checked with Greg and he said it's fine to keep it internal until January. But no need to sync it up super close to the 15th.
Thank you for your help and work on this!
Dec 1 2020
Hi @sbassett, so sorry about the silence, I realize I should have updated you.
From my perspective you might not need to further review or review the code again, the notes you gave me are very valuable, however I think they are covered in the Wordpress VIP Go code review, in their security portion (https://docs.wpvip.com/technical-references/security/). I actually believe they would not allow to use .html() for example.
Nov 30 2020
Thank you, Daniel!
I don't have any strong feelings about this. But I think @Varnent might.
Since the question of which URL is settled now, we can make this ticket public, right? Just in case Greg still has problems seeing the content in this task.
Nov 17 2020
Hello @Dzahn, hope you are well! I am curious if you have an estimated time when the redirect will be completed? We don't need it before January 15, but we want to plan for having it available (as we e.g. prepare material that will mention the 20.wikipedia.org url).
Thank you very much!
Nov 10 2020
Oh I see! Yes I will remove all console.logs before we deploy!
Nov 9 2020
Thank you very much @sbassett!
Nov 5 2020
No worries! Thank you very much for the update!
Nov 4 2020
Thank you Daniel!
Oct 27 2020
Thanks. I assume the dev instance is stable enough for us to pen-test? i.e. it has stable uptime and won't crash under a bit of load.
Oct 26 2020
Oct 23 2020
I wanted to give you a heads up that by the end of today the code will be in a state that is close to production-ready as possible.
I have worked solely in the wp20 branch and only merged into develop to test on the dev instance.
Oct 20 2020
I hope you are well! Do you have any update on this or an estimated time when you will have a new recommendation?
Thank you very much!
Oct 5 2020
Ok, thank you, Daniel! I will stay tuned. Let me know if you need any more information from me!
Oct 2 2020
Thank you, @Dzahn, for all your comments!
Oct 1 2020
Hi @sbassett, thank you for you message!
This sounds good for now.
Sep 23 2020
Sep 4 2020
Thank you very much @cchen!
I will bring this information back to the team and let you know as soon as possible!
This should not be a blocker for you, since English and the other 6 defined language Wikipedias are the most important.
Sep 3 2020
@cchen Thank you for the great, productive meeting!
Sep 2 2020
Something to also cover in our meeting tomorrow (@cchen) :
@mpopov, great news, thank you!
Aug 27 2020
Thank you @mpopov! Looking forward to this!
Jul 30 2020
Jul 28 2020
May 18 2020
For the Section 4 (breakdown by language), I have to do some data processing to fit the need for my visualization, which is a list of the top 15 languages by pageviews, and for each language I need the number of editors, articles and pageviews (and the language in the local language). I uploaded my jupyter notebook here to do exactly that.
I have used the result from above on the develop instance for review.
Thank you very much @SNowick_WMF for all your work.
(I was out Thursday and Friday last week. And I am going through the data now)
May 8 2020
Awesome, thank you very much @SNowick_WMF! Nice checklist, too!
May 7 2020
Thank you very much @SNowick_WMF! I tagged you in some comments in the text document linked in the task description and have invited you to a meeting for later.
For documentation the comments were about
- # of edits
- Average # of edits made per hour since Dec. 1, 2019
- total number of editors
- total number of pageviews per language for the date range *
May 5 2020
Thank you @SNowick_WMF! I adjusted the dates for the following weeks accordingly.
I think if it is easy/quick to create a manual export, that would be great to have it earlier.
May 4 2020
Thank you @SNowick_WMF for the update! Once you get clarification, do you mind updating the schedule (same link in the description of the task)? So we can plan around those dates. Thank you very much!
Apr 30 2020
Aaah thank you! That all makes sense now.
Yes, that sounds great! I will update that link when I update the data on the page!
Apr 28 2020
Apr 10 2020
OK, I have resolved/marked invalid/declined the tasks that were assigned to me in this project. So, I am ready for CommRel-Design to be archived.
Sandra, I will mark this as resolved, since we did talk about it and I reviewed some of the images you produced. I think for now, there is no specific pending request within this task and based on our conversations. If you do require help or a proper review of documentation pages, please reach out to me.
And to be transparent, if it requires more than an hour I will likely to ask you to also reach out to email@example.com. (Details are here https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/profile/3982/) This Phabricator project/workboard will be archived.
This doesn't mean I would not support the project in the future, it just means a new request would be required by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Details are here https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/profile/3982/)
This task will continue in other channels outside of Phabricator. Material that will be created will of course be shared in the usual public channels.
Mar 27 2020
Great to hear that it looks good to you! So I am resolving this task, then.
And no problem, hope you are well!
All the best, Hang
Mar 13 2020
There hasn't been any updates, so this task is stalled. I leave it open until the end of the quarter, and will change the status to declined if there is new information.
Thank you all!
And thank you Andre, sorry I can't tell you yet when all the ongoing and to do tasks will be completed!
Mar 4 2020
Hi! Thanks for creating this, Andre!
I think archiving the Form 62 sounds good. Just making sure: if I or anyone else likes to use it in the future we could "revive" it again?
Mar 3 2020
@DMccurdy do you have any updates on this?
Please note that since I am now in Communications there is a slightly new process to request support (see here). While this is an old task, I think if we were to resume working on it we might have to treat it like a new request.
Yes, I agree. This task is completed and it was really really great to collaborate with you and I would do it again - anytime!
I hope it will be a good intro to SDC for a long time!
Feb 25 2020
I see, that makes sense!
Per our guidelines at https://foundation.wikimedia.org/wiki/Visual_identity_guidelines#20
I see! This certificate already has a lot going on. So I would lean towards just using the Wikimedia Foundation logo. Is there a strong connection with Wikipedia in the curriculum of this course?
Feb 11 2020
Feb 4 2020
You asked me to take a look and after reading what Rita already covered, I don't have much to add.
But here you go:
- in the breadcrumbs it should say Edit a page
- currently see this on the Add a citation page
- I agree that the Why section can be shorter. Right now you have repetitive sentences, as well. Actually as a newbie myself, I am not so sure what I would look for on https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Contents -- the page you link to via Read more about sources, maybe that text can also be more descriptive, so then I can judge for myself right away if there is optional/mandatory information behind the link.
- Generally I like the tabs (looks much better than what I am used to seeing), but it takes a second to scan all the options here.
- my suggestions after "How to" write a short sentence of what the section is about, e.g. "Here are the different tools to add a citation on desktop and mobile"
- and make two boxes with tabs, one for desktop and one for mobile.
Jan 22 2020
Great, I appreciate the heads up! And the changes sound good. So, we have some time. I will work on it starting in February!
Jan 21 2020
Jan 14 2020
Jan 8 2020
Hi Lauren, for planning purposes, I just wanted to check in with you that the details in the description are still correct, especially the timeline. I will get involved in February/March?
Nov 26 2019
Nov 11 2019
Nov 4 2019
Oct 23 2019
Looks the same for me. So, it doesn't seem to be a bug in Meta Discourse.
Oct 22 2019
Oct 21 2019
I think this task is now resolved!
If it looks good, I am ok to close the task. Let me know what you think and if there are any next steps.