Hello tech ambassador! This month has seen a good influx of new faces in this crew \o/ , so it is time to reactivate our conversations. Now that we have a pretty good coverage of so many different projects, here are some topics for your consideration.
- Are there further thoughts on the role itself? I hope the questions available on Meta can help spark them. Please weigh in at Talk:Tech/Ambassadors/List#Tech ambassadors, take 2.
- How about we try and organise future collective work in a Phabricator workboard? Talk:Tech/Ambassadors/List#A Phab workboard for us? has all the details to explore this proposal.
- Finally, you are also welcome to comment at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T177923, should you happen to have suggestions for the Community Liaisons team, currently wondering how to measure "Wiki projects requesting beta features and other early deployments".
Wish you a proposal of happy Chinese New Year, cheers!...:D
|Happy Lunar New Year!|
Marking projects on RFL as "approving"
Hi, Liuxinyu. I'm about to take Basque Wikisource to LangCom. I'd like (between you and me, at least) to set a guideline that neither one of us is going to mark one of these as
|status=approving (which appears on the page as "Approval ongoing") until someone posts a notice on Talk:Language committee similar to this one. I usually post that after LangCom has been deliberating for a week, or perhaps just a couple of days earlier than that if it seems clear there will be no problem. Up until then, it's simply "being discussed", with no guarantee that it's headed for approval. I got busted for that a little on Pashto Wikivoyage; I don't want it to happen again. Thanks. StevenJ81 (talk) 18:02, 22 February 2018 (UTC)