And it's over! We reached our immediate goal, "closing" all the lost
PediaPress tickets (80 before the bug day); and about 40 new bugzilla
reports were filed, including some tricky ones about language support.
has a dump
from the etherpad and will be updated with more precise information.
Give a look at the bugzilla reports!
Thanks to all the participants: Andre Klapper, Anomie, Azitrex, bawolff,
Helder, John Vandenberg, Kelson, Nemo, Raymond, Reedy, Rupert, saper,
Steinsplitter, csteipp, ebraminio, jem, josu, kepper, valhallasw`cloud.
(And probably someone else in bugzilla at the same time.)
Federico Leva (Nemo), 08/10/2014 15:33:
We start in 30 min from now :)
Federico Leva (Nemo), 29/09/2014 19:51:
> Please join us on the next Wikimedia bug day:
> **2014-10-08, 14:00–22:00 UTC**  in #wikimedia-tech on Freenode
> We will be triaging bug reports for the Collection extension (Book tool)
> in general and PDF export in particular, which were just switched to a
> new backend (OCG). We have two immediate goals:
> 1) recover 100 % of the relevant reports from the defunct PediaPress
> 2) get a clean list of known PDF issues that the new backend didn't fix.
> Everyone is welcome to join any time these weeks, and no technical
> knowledge is needed! It's an easy way to get involved or to give
> something back.
> We encourage you to record your activity on the etherpad .
> This information and more can be found here:
> For more information on triaging in general, check out
> I look forward to seeing you there. Please distribute further by email,
> talk pages etc. (Collection is used on almost 2 thousands wikis!)
> Sorry for the crossposting,
>  Timezone converter: http://everytimezone.com/#2014-10-08,120,5x1
>  See http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/IRC
for more info on IRC chat
>  http://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikitech-l/2014-July/077867.html
>  https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/BugTriage-Collection