Cross post to mobile-l and wikitech-ambassadors in case you don't follow
wikitech-l directly. See you at CREDIT!
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From: Adam Baso <abaso(a)wikimedia.org>
Date: Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 10:55 AM
Subject: CREDIT Showcase in two days - 2-Nov-2016 - call for demos
To: Wikimedia developers <wikitech-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
The next CREDIT showcase is in two days - Wednesday, 2-November-2016 at
1800 UTC (1100 San Francisco).
Got a demo? Add it here:
Last month (WebM
we saw great demos of a Raspberry Pi based network conditioner, Wikidata
credits for maps, extended OCR support for Indic Wikisource projects, an
intro to EventBus and ChangePropagation, data visualizations on maps, and
an alternative table of contents approach.
We're excited to see what's next! Whether you've just launched a new
feature or are just getting started with an idea, we welcome demos from
Wikimedia community members and staff alike.
See you soon. And if you would like to invite anyone to CREDIT, feel free
to use this template.
*I hope all is well with you! I wanted to let you know about CREDIT, a
monthly demo series that we’re running to showcase open source tech
projects from Wikimedia Community, Reading, Editing, Discovery,
Infrastructure and Technology.*
*CREDIT is open to the public, and we welcome questions and discussion. The
next CREDIT will be held on November 2nd at 11am PT / 2pm ET / 18:00 UTC. *
*Here’s a link to the YouTube live stream
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmfqtP3pr2Y>, which will be available
shortly before the event starts. There’s more info on MediaWiki.org
<https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/CREDIT_showcase>, and on Etherpad
<https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/CREDIT>, which is where we take notes and
ask questions. You can also ask questions on IRC in the Freenode chatroom
#wikimedia-office (web-based access here
*Please feel free to pass this information along to any interested folks.
Our projects tend to focus on areas that might be of interest to folks
working across the open source tech community: language detection,
numerical sort, large data visualizations, maps, and all sorts of other
*Thanks, and I hope to see you at CREDIT.*