On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 10:24 PM, Johan Jönsson <jjonsson(a)wikimedia.org>
Last year, the Wikimedia Foundation Community Tech team did a wishlist
to help them figure out what they should be working on. This has been
rather successful in the sense that not only has it shaped the work of the
Community Tech team, but also been at the centre of hackathons, provided
tasks for other developers and so on. And we need ways to make sure the
community can express what they need the WMF to work on.
We're preparing this year's survey:
It's a big page. Lots of information. But if you have the time, or want to
translate it or at least some central parts of it, it could help make sure
this doesn't just reach the English-speaking part of the our community.
I'll be mainly offline for a couple of days. If you have questions
regarding the survey, the content of that page or anything else related to
this, please ask Danny Horn:
Thanks to everyone who's taken the time to translate this page. To everyone
who – understandably – hasn't had the time to go through all of it, there
the most important information is really in the first ten short sentences.
If you feel this should be available in your language, but can't translate
the entire page, just going through the first things ("this is the survey",
"you can post wishes in your language if you can't write in English" and
"these are the dates" will be very helpful too):