I really like this post and learned a lot from reading it! Thanks for sharing it with us for the blog!
This is ready and set for publishing on 28, October 2020
Mon, Oct 26
Thank you for submitting! I have access to the google doc, so I will read it and leave suggestions for refinement or copyediting there.
Fri, Oct 23
@Aklapper I can write this post but will want to interview you and have you fact check to make sure it is correct :-)
Thu, Oct 22
Oh, I'm going to hold off on preparing just a bit as I see there are still some edits taking place. Will still plan on publishing Monday though.
Preparing post for publication on 26 Monday 2020!
Tue, Oct 20
I had not heard from @faidon but we could ask him to weigh in.
I added a note to the post and also posted this on Twitter: https://twitter.com/wikimediatech/status/1318608899713372161
Mon, Oct 19
@Joe I went through and did a final pass. If you can accept the suggestions I'll move this over to the blog for publication later this week.
Fri, Oct 16
@Joe I did a first pass at the doc and made some grammar/style changes and suggestions. After doing a close read, I want to think about it over the weekend and come back and see if there are any additional suggestions.-- feel free to accept/decline the current suggestions and expect some more early next week.
@WDoranWMF sounds good! Keep me posted.
Great! Taking a look and will share feedback!
@Legoktm I am going to close this ticket for now since the release took place a few weeks ago. If you still want to do other posts, let me know, and we can plan them out separately :-)
@ayounsi Checking in on this to see if you would like to cross-post these on the tech blog? If not, I'll go ahead and resovle.
Resolving this completely as the window for writing this has passed.
Resolving, as this has been moved to already announced/archvie :-)
Great! I plan on publishing this on Monday!
Thu, Oct 15
This has been changed, and I announced on Twitter. Thanks for the great post :-)
@Krinkle and @ema I put "own work" to indicate that @ema who is the author is also the creator of the images, and have done so with past blog posts where the author is also the creator. I can remove this for this post or add @ema as the attribution.
Wed, Oct 14
@Elisabeth_Giesemann_WMDE -- a couple of questions.
@Elisabeth_Giesemann_WMDE Yes!!! I'm going to move the post over to the blog for final edits to publish this week or early next week, so it will be up well-ahead of Wikidata's birthday :-) I'll leave a note here when it is published!
@ema This has been published! https://techblog.wikimedia.org/2020/10/14/wikimedias-cdn/
Tue, Oct 13
@ema For the main image, I went with the earth from space: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:North_America_from_low_orbiting_satellite_Suomi_NPP.jpg
@ema are you the sole author would you like additional authors added?
@Elisabeth_Giesemann_WMDE I have taken an editorial pass at this. Can you take a look and accept or decline the suggestions?
Fri, Oct 9
It looks good to me! I am copying it over to the blog for publication next week. (Tuesday 13 Oct)
@bd808 As an aside (in case you do any future publishing), I noticed some images don't copy over from Google Docs as image blocks, as in Wordpress is interpreting them as text blocks, and therefore won't offer the option to upload the 3rd party image. For these, I think the best solution is to create a new image block and upload the image to it.
Thanks all! Your work on this is really appreciated! :-)
Thu, Oct 8
Wed, Oct 7
I also just left a note on the doc to ask if you just want me to correct the direct interview questions for grammar or if I can make some changes to the wording for style and conciseness?
@Elisabeth_Giesemann_WMDE I think this post would also be a good post for the Wikimedia Diff Blog: https://diff.wikimedia.org/ because it is appealing to both tech and nontech audiences. If you want to publish there as well, you'll need to go through their submission process: https://diff.wikimedia.org/editorial-guidelines/
@ema Overall, the post is well-written and interesting! I made some minor grammar suggestions. Can you accept / reject them, and I'll move this over to the blog to prepare for publishing?
Hi Elisabeth -- great! Thank you! I will take a look at this week! Looking forward to reading it!
Tue, Oct 6
@ema Great! The doc just came through. Looking forward to reading and editing this!
Yay! Tweets sent! Thanks for sharing such a good post! It was really interesting to read and edit!
Mon, Oct 5
RE: Delisting -- I was just thinking having fewer outdated videos would help keep traffic more focused more up to date videos.
Great! I look forward to reading (and suggesting :-) )!
I have published this. Can you take a look and let me know if you see anything that needs to be changed or fixed before I send out an announcement? https://techblog.wikimedia.org/2020/10/05/bot-or-not-identifying-fake-traffic-on-wikipedia/
Fri, Oct 2
I'm looking for a slightly bigger image w/a slightly more permissive license than the ones suggested on the doc. Would any of these work for the featured image?
Yay! Announced on Twitter and resolving this ticket! Thanks for all your work on this! It's a really good post!
@Milimetric -- @bd808 was able to fix the code syntax highlighter on the blog's editor, and I applied this to the two main blocks on your post. Can you take a look and let me know what you think? If it all looks correct, I'll send out tweets and announce today.
Wooooot! It looks great @bd808 !
Thu, Oct 1
@Aklapper I updated all but the final link since I don't have access to the Ensino Lario channel.
Awesome! I will move this over to the blog and prepare it for publishing next week.
@Milimetric I meeting w/@bd808 to help troubleshoot on Monday; it may be something we can fix then, but I'm not entirely sure. Let me know if you want me to unpublish it until then. Otherwise, I can leave it and just not announce until then.
@Milimetric this is published, but can you please review it to make sure there are no errors before I announce widely? Particularly, I want to make sure the code snippets appear correctly.
Wed, Sep 30
Thanks for the feedback @srishakatux. I've integrated some, and think some will have to make more time for additional updates.
Tue, Sep 29
Hi folks, I took a pass at this for style/grammar. Can you take a look and accept or reject the suggestions.
@Mooeypoo I have so been looking forward to this! I should be able to start reading/editing a little later this week. Moving this to the draft column.
@Joe This sounds like a GREAT idea for a blog post! Can you take a pass at the first draft, and I will do a pass for English usage?
@Nintendofan885 it's a good practice to let the folks who are working on a ticket decide whether it is resolved or not.
This is published but still needs to be announced on Twitter. https://techblog.wikimedia.org/2020/09/29/one-year-of-small-wiki-toolkits-initiative-and-more-to-come/
@Milimetric Just an update. I had a number of posts this week, and plan on posting this one on Thursday, 1 Oct. Will let you know when it is published.
@srishakatux This is ready for publication (except for the author issue).
Sep 28 2020
Yay! Looks great!
@Daniel_Mietchen Wow! This 100Daysofjupyter thread is awesome! I am going to RT some of these from @wikimediatech.
Sep 25 2020
Thanks for filing the ticket. I'll look at the doc today or Monday. Looking forward to reading it. Moving over to draft column :-)
Sep 24 2020
This is published! Note I went with an image of a stile from Commons as opposed to Flickr.
@Jdlrobson Can you send me a link to the post on Medium, so I can copy it to the blog?
Sep 23 2020
@Daniel_Mietchen Yes! Here are my initial notes for that doc: https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:SRodlund/servicedecisions_(staging)
I've been working on mocking up a new landing page for PAWS and creating pages that explain what it is, why (or why not) to use it and that feature the new tutorials I'm working on. If you have a chance to take a look, I would appreciate some feedback. :-)
@Aklapper Ahh, yes. I made a mistake. I will put it there.
Sep 22 2020
@VrushtiMody Thank you for applying for GSOD and sharing your proposal with us. This year we were only able to accept one intern, so I am setting this task as declined for now.