Not to mention if you want one-on-one assistance you can always contact me on IRC under
the nick Zppix, where I will help you or point you to someone who can, or to the right
Devin “Zppix” CCENT
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Africa Wikimedia Developers Member and Mentor
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On Mar 31, 2019, at 6:33 PM, Derick Alangi
Indeed, it was a good month and this time around, more interesting than February. The
statistics of March 2019 has been published (just in case, you can subscribe to the
ticket to watch changes). Congratulations to the 3 that made it on the leader board.
I'll personally like to congratulate Jerop Brenda from Kenya leading (with 1st
position) and it's a wonderful inspiration for us to see this change in the
statistics, congratulations and keep it up!
In addition, find bugs/tasks to work on under the "New Contributor's Task"
or "Tasks" column and if you have any queries, you can always ask here on the
mailing list or on the #wikimedia-dev-africa, #wikimedia-dev or on #wikimedia-tech IRC
channels on Freenode. Another very reliable Developer Support system you can use for
questions is the: https://discourse-mediawiki.wmflabs.org/
and there are weekly
Technical Advice IRC meetings on #wikimedia-tech, you can also use it as well to ask
your questions and get instant help and/or feedback.
Cheers and happy hacking!
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