I'm now acting as community liaison for bots and tools makers, including
Toolserver users, who are interested in trying Wikimedia Labs. This
means I am specifically interested in the Tool Labs environments (which
are currently the "bots" and "webtools" Labs projects).
So starting next week, I'll be collating and sorting the feedback that's
been sent on these lists and listed elsewhere, improving documentation,
leading live or asynchronous feedback and training sessions, and helping
prioritize and add details to TODO lists for people who want to work on
improving the Tool Labs environment. For example,
get better. :-) I expect to perform this role through at least the
autumn of 2013.
I just had a chat with Ryan Lane, CT Woo, and Erik Moeller today to
solidify details about that so I could announce it to you. :-) Ryan
remains the technical lead on Wikimedia Labs *infrastructure* (the
foundation that serves all Labs projects).
I'm looking forward to working with Wikimedia Germany, other Toolserver
supporters, DaB., and the tools and bots communities to help improve
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