@bmansurov I think X, Y, and Z in Diego's note are the number of people who have specified those two as the languages that they are proficient in. I think we should be a bit more specific by how you count those numbers though, as there are different levels of proficiency. So let's start with:
Wed, Jan 17
Tue, Jan 16
I reached out to workshop co-chairs to ask for details about fixed events: coffee breaks, lunch, whether they expect a keynote on that day, etc. Once that information is in, we can start working on the schedule. For now I put a tentative schedule in the Description.
@tizianopiccardi Thanks for confirming.
@bmansurov these look good to me. Thanks.
Mon, Jan 15
With Cong Yu accepting, we're done. The list will be updated with his name at http://wikiworkshop.org/2018/#speakers (in the next day or so). We may invite one more person if it works with the schedule, otherwise, this task is done. :)
Fri, Jan 12
@fgiunchedi makes sense.
Thu, Jan 11
@fgiunchedi there is no urgency about this task at the moment, and I know Miriam has already talked with you about this data. When you have some time, can you help us expand the description of this task with what some of the current blockers for making it happen are?
@Whatamidoing-WMF I'm not sure if you have seen samples of QuickSurvey widget we used for Why We Read Wikipedia. Legal helped us a lot with making sure we can fit the privacy statement in a small space available to us. The widget would look like something like this:
Wed, Jan 10
@Rfarrand @debt 60-min + 50-min should work for us. We will let you know if we see we need a longer time but given that there are other sessions happening, more time means us missing the opportunity to attend other sessions, too, which we want to try to avoid. :)
@Ragesoss happy to see this task is coming back! :) Some thoughts:
Tue, Jan 9
Sat, Jan 6
filled WikiIndaba WMF Participant Request per Kacie's email to wmfall.
@Rfarrand Should we assume a 90-min or 3-hour session for this session? That will impact on how we organize it. :)
If you can get to it by February, that'd be great. If you can't, it's good to know when it's reasonable to expect for you to have time to get to this. We can set expectations accordingly with the research community.
@srijan Happy 2018! :)
Thu, Jan 4
Tue, Jan 2
Sat, Dec 23
Dec 15 2017
@Capt_Swing per the email discussion and the goals for this quarter, I'm assigning this task back to myself so I know I have to work on it. The switching continue. ;)
@DarTar I added the slides to the showcase page. You mentioned you may want to do some more tweets. If you want to do that, you may want to use https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Expanding_Wikipedia_articles_across_languages#/media/File:SectionRecommendationsOverview.png as the image, and link to the video. I'm fine with other choices as well. Go for it. :) Thanks.
@LGoto done and added to page:https://www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Wikimedia_Research%2FShowcase&type=revision&diff=2647341&oldid=2644819 Thanks for the reminder.
@Smalyshev Can you review the task description and if it makes sense to you assign the task to yourself? (If you agree with the description, the first step of the work ahead is yours.)
Dec 12 2017
@LGoto thanks. Your announcement email says the showcase starts at 18:15 UTC. Shouldn't that be 18:30 UTC? The extra 15 hour at the beginning are usually used for the speaker's A/V testing and set up. It's probably not a bad idea to send a correction email.
Dec 11 2017
Great. Thanks @DarTar and Jonathan.
@Capt_Swing @Miriam @diego I can manage without a host for this session (same as the one we did in November 2016), but it would be good if one of you can help me with reading back questions from IRC. Can you help?
@LGoto I've uploaded the slides at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Research/Showcase#December_2017 Can you let me know when the link for videos is ready? I'd like to send out the email to wiki-research-l and wikimedia-l myself, if that's fine, as there are a few people involved in this project that may catch it more easily that way.
We have 10 reviewers who have confirmed with us. They have been added to the corresponding instance of Easychair for wikiworkshop2018.
Update on task: in-progress.
Call for papers at http://wikiworkshop.org/2018/#call
wiki-research-l announcement at https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wiki-research-l/2017-December/006099.html
@ArielGlenn actually, I overlooked this. Are you the person in charge of this kind of request? :)
@bd808 thanks for the note. I'll take this offline to discuss who I should reach out to as it's a bit unclear now. :)
Dec 8 2017
@bd808 I learned from Nuria that we should have a chat with you regarding dumps and this ticket. So, here I am. :) I'm bringing this up now as I know we're all planning for next quarter, and I don't know how much work this ticket is, etc. but I'd like for us to explore it together to see what can (and cannot) be done on this front. If you need more info from us (Research), just ping.