Wikipedia Abstrak/Pembaruan/2021-12-21

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Keputusan lisensi, dan untuk menutup tahun ini

Seperti yang telah direncanakan, kami menutup diskusi lisensi. Keputusannya, merangkum keinginan komunitas, adalah sebagai berikut:

  • Semua kontribusi kepada Wikifunctions dan proyek Wikipedia Abstrak akan diterbitkan di bawah lisensi bebas.
  • Konten teks di Wikifunctions akan diterbitkan di bawah CC BY-SA 3.0.
  • Tanda tangan fungsi dan konten terstruktur lainnya di Wikifunctions akan diterbitkan di bawah CC 0.
  • Implementasi kode di WIkifunctions akan diterbitkan di bawah lisensi Apache 2.
  • Konten Abstrak untuk Wikipedia Abstrak akan diterbitkan di bawah CC BY-SA 3.0.

Kami telah memberikan ringkasan usulan pekan kemarin, dan kami telah mendengar saran kalian. Selama jam kerja hari Senin, yang juga digunakan untuk menutup diskusi secara resmi, kami memasukkan dua poin tambahan dari saran:

  • Pertama, kami tidak akan menutup pertanyaan tentang lisensi konten yang dibangkitkan dari konten abstrak untuk saat ini. Kami akan kembali ke pertanyaan ini ketika kami mendiskusikan lokasi konten abstrak untuk Wikipedia Abstrak tahun depan.
  • Kedua, kami akan menulis dokumen dengan departemen Legal tentang bagaimana orang-orang bisa menggunakan kembali kode dari Wikifunctions semudah mungkin dan tetap mengikuti lisensi.

Kami juga telah menerbitkan catatan lengkap dari jam kerja hari Senin.

Kami tidak bisa mencapai konsensus untuk pertanyaan tersebut (yang mungkin seharusnya bisa diduga), jadi kami mengikuti suara dan argumen yang diberikan saja. Terima kasih kepada semua yang berpartisipasi dalam diskusi ini, terima kasih atas argumen yang telah menghidupkannya, dan terima kasih karena telah melalui situasi rumit tersebut. Saya secara khusus ingin berterima kasih kepada Stephen LaPorte atas dukungannya, dan Quiddity karena telah memfasilitasi pekerjaan.


The team, together with a few volunteers, had the opportunity to reflect on our wishes and hopes for Wikifunctions in 2022. I wanted to use the chance of this year’s final newsletter to let you know about some of these hopes.

Our plan is to launch Wikifunctions in 2022. And our expectation is that in the first few weeks and months after launch we will discover many bugs and issues, and we will rely on your patience and help with those. We will switch from a team developing a product into a team maintaining and expanding a product, reacting to bug reports and issues. We will need to balance the issues of an on-going project with the need to develop new features beyond those with which we will launch.

One thing that was mentioned several times was that we look forward to being surprised. Surprised by the creativity of the community, and what they will do with this new project. We hope for a number of communities to grow around parts of Wikifunctions, and that Wikifunctions will be used in novel and unexpected ways.

Particularly high on our wishlist was the hope that smaller, under-served communities will find their way to Wikifunctions, and that Wikifunctions will be one way for achieving more balanced and representative communities within current Wikipedias and the Wikimedia movement as a whole. We hope that the functions in Wikifunctions will be requested and used by a great diversity of contributors and users, and that Wikifunctions will start contributing to knowledge equity in our world sooner rather than later. We hope to see the diversity of the world reflected in our usage, in our users, in our contributors, and in the depth and breadth of our catalog of functions.

We hope that Wikifunctions might have the opportunity to dispel the myth that “programming is really hard”. Wikifunctions will let people ask their questions and answer them using functions. But not just that: we will also expose and make transparent how these functions work. Everyone will be able to "peek behind the curtain" and see how the answers are being computed. This is not only meant as a way to build trust in the results of Wikifunctions, but also to show that these computations are not that complicated. By showing how functions are composed from simpler functions, and allowing people to read these compositions in their language, we hope to democratize access to functions and the knowledge of their inner workings, not just in Wikifunctions itself but in the computers that surround us all.

We hope to overcome in a timely fashion any challenges of technical scaling and our growing pains as we discover new use cases for Wikifunctions. We have a lot of ideas on how to grow and improve the system and the services that we will offer, and we hope that the usage patterns of Wikifunctions and discussions will guide us in picking the most productive areas for improvement.

We hope to iterate and experiment with the Wikifunctions software, and over time discover and implement a good experience and a good conceptual model to make Wikifunctions widely usable for everyone. We hope that people will discover the low hanging fruit with which Wikifunctions can help them, and that we will quickly grow beyond that into the role of being an integral part of tomorrow’s knowledge infrastructure.

Nawala pertama untuk tahun 2022 seharusnya akan diterbitkan pada pekan 10 Januari 2022. Selamat berlibur, dan selamat awal yang baik untuk tahun baru 2022!