Grants talk:TPS/physikerwelt/WWW2017/Report

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Feedback requested[edit]

Dear Physikerwelt,

Happy belated 30th birthday.  :-) And thank you for sharing about your experience at WWW2017. It sounds like you had a rich and enjoyable time, packing a lot of learning and connection into a very small period. I enjoyed reading your report about it.

For your outcome requirement for this report, we can accept you work to create an alternative way for visually impaired people to read mathematical formulae in Wikipedia. Can you please provide a link to the specific contributions you made toward this effort? Can you tell me if you expect the changes to become accessible and useable for people who need them? Finally, is there a way you can communicate out and socialize the work you've done so that people who would benefit can find it?

Thanks again for your report!

Warm regards,

--Marti (WMF) (talk) 20:02, 18 May 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

@Mjohnson (WMF):

thank you very much. I added a link to the paper, we published on mathoid. With regards to a reaching out to the community, I would suggest to wait until phab:T120938 is resolved. I will work with Amire80 on sharing of that. He also helped me to promote the editing funcionality for chemical formualae.

Best

--Physikerwelt (talk) 14:14, 26 May 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Report accepted[edit]

Dear Physikerwelt,

Thank you for providing the phabricator link and for the status update. For the purpose of this TPS report, I will consider your outcome requirement complete. I would appreciate it if you could post an update here when speakText is enabled for Extension:Math.

Our Grants Administrator will be in touch with you about your reimbursement. Thank you for work on behalf of the Wikimedia Foundation.

--Marti (WMF) (talk) 16:15, 1 June 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]