- 1 What future IdeaLab campaigns would you like to see?
- 2 Future IdeaLab Campaigns results
- 3 Open Call for Individual Engagement Grants
- 4 Tech News and links
- 5 SVG Translate Community wishlist survey project
- 6 Your Community Wishlist Survey proposals
- 7 The Community Wishlist Survey
- 8 "Who Wrote That" project update
What future IdeaLab campaigns would you like to see?
I’m Jethro, and I’m seeking your help in deciding topics for new IdeaLab campaigns that could be run starting next year. These campaigns aim to bring in proposals and solutions from communities that address a need or problem in Wikimedia projects. I'm interested in hearing your preferences and ideas for campaign topics!
Here’s how to participate:
- Learn more about this consultation
- Vote on and submit new campaign topics in the AllOurIdeas Survey
- Discuss campaign topics and ask questions on the IdeaLab talk page
Future IdeaLab Campaigns results
Last December, I invited you to help determine future ideaLab campaigns by submitting and voting on different possible topics. I'm happy to announce the results of your participation, and encourage you to review them and our next steps for implementing those campaigns this year. Thank you to everyone who volunteered time to participate and submit ideas.
With great thanks,
Open Call for Individual Engagement Grants
Greetings! The Individual Engagement Grants (IEG) program is accepting proposals until April 12th to fund new tools, research, outreach efforts, and other experiments that enhance the work of Wikimedia volunteers. Whether you need a small or large amount of funds (up to $30,000 USD), IEGs can support you and your team’s project development time in addition to project expenses such as materials, travel, and rental space.
- Submit a grant request or draft your proposal in IdeaLab
- Get help with your proposal in an upcoming Hangout session
- Learn from examples of completed Individual Engagement Grants
Hey, I just wanted to respond to a suggestion you made regarding Tech News and links, about making it easier to see where you're going if you click on  after a news item. The main reason we're doing it the way we do it is because it makes it easy to translate. It works fine for both left-to-right and right-to-left languages, numbers are automatically the numbers used in the relevant script (not all languages use the Western Arabic numerals) and so on. If we were to make them more complicated we might want to make them translatable, and that would add a fair number of translation items to each issue. I'll look into it again, but if this doesn't change, it's not because it was an unreasonable request, but simply to spare the translators. /Johan (WMF) (talk) 04:32, 4 October 2017 (UTC)
- @Johan (WMF): I see, thank you for your response. This is maybe an issue to Translate extension, but vast majority of links are repeated in Tech news (mediawiki page, phabricator task), it would be really easier to translate them once and then - in next Tech news - re-use their translations. Overall, words like Phabricator and MediaWiki are for many languages without change, but I know about a few exceptions too. --Dvorapa (talk) 07:32, 4 October 2017 (UTC)
SVG Translate Community wishlist survey project
Hello! Thank you for voting for the SVG Translate project that was proposed in the 2017 Wishlist survey. The Community Tech team in the Wikimedia Foundation is beginning to start their work on the project. We're currently looking for feedback on some open questions which will allow us to come up with preliminary designs for the tool. If you are interested in being involved, you can watch the project page and join in the discussions on the talk page. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts and learning from your experiences. Thank you. -- NKohli (WMF), Product Manager, Community Tech (talk) 21:53, 16 August 2018 (UTC)
Your Community Wishlist Survey proposals
Hello, thanks for adopting some proposals from last year! This is a friendly reminder that you currently have made three proposals, which is the maximum per user. Kind regards, MusikAnimal (WMF) (talk) 21:26, 29 October 2018 (UTC)
The Community Wishlist Survey
You get this message because you’ve previously participated in the Community Wishlist Survey. I just wanted to let you know that this year’s survey is now open for proposals. You can suggest technical changes until 11 November: Community Wishlist Survey 2019.
You can vote from November 16 to November 30. To keep the number of messages at a reasonable level, I won’t send out a separate reminder to you about that. /Johan (WMF) 11:23, 30 October 2018 (UTC)
"Who Wrote That" project update
Hello. I'm reaching out to you as you participated in the 2017 Community Wishlist proposal for "Who Wrote That" project (previously known as "Blame Tool"). The Community Tech team is kicking things off on the project and we have an early-stage mockup available for you to look at. I invite you to follow that project page, where I will be posting periodic status updates for the project. You are also welcome to provide your thoughts on the talk page. Thank you. -- NKohli (WMF) (talk) 22:57, 21 February 2019 (UTC)