Presenting Community Engagement Insights survey report: Tuesday, October 10, 1600 UTC
We will be hosting a public event online to present the data, a few examples on how teams will be using it for annual planning, and what are next steps for this project. The event will take place on Tuesday, October 10, at 9:00 am PST (1600 UTC), and the presentation will be in English. You can watch the livestream here, and ask question via IRC on #wikimedia-office.
We hope to have you join us online! -- María Cruz 23:28, 2 October 2017 (UTC)
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Can you make a small fix on a translation?
You have recently helped to translate an announcement in Serbian. Thank you for your help!
We have added a date to the text, and we need your help to review it. I should literally take you one minute to change the translation.
Sorry for this last minute request, and thank you for your help!
Story points in Phabricator
I saw you asked.
This is briefly documented on mw:Team_Practices_Group/Glossary#Story_points and was briefly discussed at mw:Phabricator/February_2016_upgrade#What_will_our_norms_be_around_Story_Points_on_all_tasks?. It usually matters only for the individual team, see for instance mw:VisualEditor/Backlog_design#Story_points.
If you need to know more, it's probably best to ask on the specific team page's talk. Nemo 07:49, 13 November 2019 (UTC)
I think that you need to take some time to educate yourself about the value of blocking IPs, and IP ranges, etc. prior to reacting like you did in SRG to an LTA. In the end you are making yourself a target of an LTA (feeding the troll) rather than providing useful solutions to the community. A noisy LTA is so very "so what?", our management should not be excessive to the nuisance value. — billinghurst sDrewth 10:20, 8 February 2020 (UTC)