Thu, Feb 13
@mforns OOPS! I forgot in all these months how this was supposed to work :D
@mforns thank you for looking into this! I still don't see February data in the reports. Is there a reason for that?
DONE. Thanks a tonne @Pavithraes for posting on the channels your are active on.. :)
Wed, Feb 12
(replaced the task description with that used in the GCI task as it was slightly more easy to follow)
Thank you @Pavithraes for participating in the chat.. your posts were awesome :)
Tue, Feb 11
Mon, Feb 10
Sat, Feb 8
@01tonythomas I've suggested some changes in your doc. As and when you are ready, feel free to modify this Phabricator task's description and upload the proposal on the Outreachy site https://www.outreachy.org/.
Fri, Feb 7
Thu, Feb 6
@01tonythomas Thank you! I will get back to you in a day or so.. :)
Wed, Feb 5
I'm being bold and removing the good first task tag; it can be put back when there is more clarity on the next steps :)
This task seems complicated from a new contributor's point of view. I'm being bold and removing the good first task tag.
@jeropbrenda @Pavithraes Hi! From what I remember as per our conversation, there are plans to improve the ~10 pages via #outreachy19. Is that still true? As GCI is over, should we consider closing this task as declined?
@Addshore As a new contributor, I am wondering how to reproduce this error locally and if the needed code changes should go here: https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki-extensions-Wikibase/blob/master/repo/includes/Api/CreateClaim.php? :) Some more getting started steps will be a helpful addition to this task description, IMO.
Hi folks! As GCI is over, could we remove the GCI site links from the task description? From a newcomer's point of view, I don't quite understand what exactly I am supposed to do in this task. For example, is it about adding new links (if so where) or making adjustments to existing one (if so how to get to those links)? Then, I am not sure what exactly this section is about  From key to acceptance id: create consumer via MWOAuthConsumer::newFromKey. As this task is still a good first task, I think it would benefit from helpful getting started steps.
@Tim-moody I had a chat with @psinghal20 and he is interested in being a co-mentor for your project. @psinghal20 worked on the Education-Program-Dashboard as part of his GSoC project with Wikimedia in 2018 and mentored new developers on the same project in the Wikimedia's outreach programs and Hackathon last year. Also, was my co-administrator in the previous round.
Tue, Feb 4
@lalit97 Thanks for your continued interest in contributing to Wikimedia projects :) In addition to what @Pavithraes said, we will start looking for mentors for this task after the mentoring organization results are out.
@Tim-moody Do you have a co-mentor in mind for this project? Ideally, every GSoC project has two mentors. If you need help in finding one, let us know!
Thank you @SGill and @Samwilson for willing to mentor this project! I've added it here https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/2020#Develop_an_editing_widget_for_Proofread_Page_extension. Please review it once, and add any required skills to this task description as well.
As it is your first time mentoring in Google-Summer-of-Code, I would encourage you to read the Mentors' guide here: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/Mentors :)
@Gopavasanth Exciting news! :)
Mon, Feb 3
Sat, Jan 25
@Samwalton9 Looks like this task is almost done? :)
@Gopavasanth Hi! Making the tool mobile-friendly seems too broad for a good first task. Could you highlight some starting points or specific ideas for tasks you may have in mind for a newcomer to focus on, to make the tool mobile-responsive? If so, update the task description accordingly!
@Addshore Hi! As you've listed this task as a good first task, more details in the task description are welcome. Maybe add where and how one can reproduce this error, link to the codebase, some hints/ideas for fixing the issue, etc. It might be easier that way for a newcomer to get started :)
@Xqt Hi! As you've listed this task as a good first task, more details in the task description are welcome. Maybe add where and how one can reproduce this error, link to the codebase, some hints/ideas for fixing the issue, etc. It might be easier that way for a newcomer to get started :)
Fri, Jan 24
@01tonythomas I looked at the tool today after a long time, happy to see it works flawlessly <3
Thu, Jan 23
Thank you so much to @JeremyNguyenGCI for working on this task and adding useful information in here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research_on_open_source_team_communication_tools
Wed, Jan 22
@BamLifa Thanks for your interest; it sounds like an interesting idea! Though it seems too small for a three months long internship. Do you have a sense – how much time an experienced developer or a newcomer might take to complete this project? Also, we would need two mentors for the project, and one of them should hold a technical background, be able to do code reviews, provide technical feedback and support, etc. Do you have one other person in mind who might be willing to co-mentor?
Mid-point project update is here: T241467#5822234
Mid-point project update is here T237426#5821914
@01tonythomas That sounds wonderful :) I may not have time to mentor, but I am happy to look into the current state of the tool and suggest some ideas to you in the next few days. Also, if you can consider mentoring the project via Outreachy, that'd be great! This time we want to promote more projects via Outreachy than GSoC as with the former, we are able to pool in diverse candidates, and we have more budget for Outreachy this time. What do you think?