Thu, Feb 15
No one did that the last 3 years, so we closed it.
This hasn't been touched for the last 3 years so we will close it.
No one touched this for three years and no response, so we will close it.
No one touched this in 3 years. We close it.
We can't solve this in a scalable way and no progress has been made in the last 2 years so I feel we have to close this.
Closing this for now. We will look at all the details at the sidelink box again when we rework it.
We will close the ticket, because no needed it / requested it in the last 2,5 year. If it comes up again we reopen it.
Wed, Feb 7
Closing this since we have not been able to get to it in the last two years. The current status is good enough (according to Lydia)
We tested it and can still reproduce it.
Based on the comments here I assume that has been fixed. Please reopen when not.
Hej Marius is this still relevant?
Aug 10 2017
Hej what's the current status of this ticket, we from the Documentation Table @ Wikimania Hackathon Montreal looking for it, maybe someone can come an help?
Aug 9 2017
Aug 5 2017
Jul 25 2017
Ist in Arbeit.
Jul 18 2017
Nov 30 2016
The workshop should be focussed on prototyping in my oppinion so that the people actually are able to do something.
Beforehand we could focussed on the different target group and collecting some input what we already have from our communities. Than we could use the workshop for a brainwalk through How might we - Questions (e.g. How might we increase the number of women in media wiki development) for collecting ideas or connecting old ideas with new ones. Then we choose one idea per question and building a prototype on that?
The reason why I was jumping in, was to bring up some ideas how to tackle it. A big finding of the develop interview was that it's really hard to find important documentation because you don't know really where to find the right information and for this you need someone who helps. Staff member or experiences developer. Some documentation is also not up to date.
Nov 29 2016
Nov 28 2016
We did qualitative Interviews with Media Wiki Volunteer Developers to get to know what their better. Backround is that we did some acitivities for Volunteer Developer @Wikimedia Deutschland (e.g. Hackathons, Scholarships, Outreach) the last 2 years. In this Interviews through a series of open ended questions volunteers were asked about three themes, history/motivation to volunteer and program, cooperation with Wikimedia Germany and the volunteers, information & communication in the projects and Wikimedia Deutschland’s role in the open source movement. The interviews were structured to the extent that the interviewer had questions prepared, however participants could take the conversation in directions they found relevant. Participants agreed that their answers can be published anonymously. Some first findings we got out it are:
Nov 1 2016
Just an idea the WritetheDocs Event this year was a 5 days event with one Hacking Docs Day where everyone was able to work on the docs he wanted. Could we not use their infrastructure to work on our documentation as one event ?
May 11 2016
We changed the columns to template boxes. Now its better to see on mobile device. Still an issue is the header. When you schrink it, the header goes along the hole screen.
Mar 30 2016
Mentoring concept published at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/WMDE_Engineering/Mentoring
Here is the website. It will be announced in April 2016. At the moment we will work on it.
Mar 9 2016
Mar 2 2016
Ideas for :
Mar 1 2016
Maybe we could join this: http://www.writethedocs.org/conf/ to convince people
Feb 21 2016
Feb 19 2016
On 19022016 we had a Google Hangout with Amir, Aaron, Johl and Lydia to find potential topics for the Hackathon
The HPI Hackathon is a Hackathon organised by students of the Hasse-Plattner-Institute in Germany. Students of this university done some semster term projects around Wikidata quality in the past very successfully.