If you would like suggest topics for future workshops, please include a detailed description about the topic, how it can be useful to your or other Indic communities/projects, and if you know have any trainers in mind. Please include links wherever possible.
Upcoming workshop on "Debugging template errors"
On 27 March 2021, we will be organizing a workshop on the topic of "Debugging template errors". To prepare for the workshop in advance, we would like to gather all kinds of template errors (related but not limited to importing templates, translating them, Lua, etc.) that you face while working with templates on your wiki. If you plan to attend the workshop and would like your common issues related to dealing with templates addressed, share your issues below so we can prepare for those in advance and work with you around those during the workshop. Please share links to the pages where you see these errors and also, links to Phabricator tickets, if you have.
Here are a few examples:
Upcoming bots workshops: Understanding community needs
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In February 2021, we are planning on organizing a workshop on the topic of bots. Bots are automated tools that carry out repetitive, tedious and mundane tasks. To help us structure the workshop, we would like to understand needs of communities in this regard. Please let us know any of
a) repetitive/mundane tasks that you generally do, especially for maintenance
Hello KCVelaga, eventually, most Wikis will need a bot to archive old posts on talk pages, so it could be useful if you could cover this. I suppose that the easiest way to achieve this would be by using Pywikibot/archivebot.py . The Discoverer (talk) 16:49, 13 February 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]