In Russia we have very popular IT-blogging farm called Habrahabr. I've
almost finished my article about Semantic MediaWiki, hopeflly it will
attract some attention. I also occasionnaly write to my blog, which is
not... khhmm, super popular :D :
BTW is there anything like like collective IT blog in English segment of
the Web? I've found the following websites where the articles about
MediaWiki will be in appriate place:
- very must have
(with pretty funny way of
What about asking questions you need not in wikitech-l or mediawiki mailing
lists but on stackoverflow.com
? It creates some visibility.
Yury Katkov, WikiVote
On Fri, Mar 29, 2013 at 8:54 PM, Richard Heigl <heigl(a)hallowelt.biz> wrote:
this afternoon I was reading about the coming Flow extension. That's
really great work. And I can't wait to work with it.
And there are so many other interesting projects: Visual Editor, Parsoid,
Athena skin, Echo, Lua, Wiki Data and so on.
Despite of that MediaWiki you can see at Google Trends, that MediaWiki is
still loosing attention. And in my opinion people just don't know, that
MediaWiki is catching up. And they don't know, that it needs help.
But this is important for all of us, that developers see, that MediaWiki
is no longer a software of the "zero" years.
So I suggest to publish more blog articles and social media posts about
this new developments and if somebody has something nice to read, to
discuss or to share gives a hint, so that the others can spread the news in
Dr. Richard Heigl
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