This is great; thank you for developing the project!
On Mon, Aug 7, 2023 at 10:30 PM Denny Vrandečić <dvrandecic(a)wikimedia.org>
we are pleased to announce that Wikifunctions is up and running at
After a few days in read-only, the website now has some limited
functionality for you to try out. Thank you to everyone who helped deploy
our first new Wikimedia project in over 12 years!
All logged-in users are able to create and edit talk pages, project pages,
help pages, call functions, etc. Only contributors with a special role will
be able to edit Objects in Wikifunctions (i.e. creating and maintaining
Functions, Tests, Implementations, etc.), for the first few weeks.
We set up a page on Wikifunctions where contributors can request this role
 - this will be assigned slowly at first, and ramped-up soon after, if
all goes well. The reason for this gradual roll-out is to decrease the
chance that things break too badly.
There are introductory details about the project in our latest Newsletter,
also available on the Diff blog:
Please be aware that there might be minor and major bugs and/or missing
documentation, so please join the Project chat page to let us know about
any problems you find.
If you'd like to help, we are particularly looking for people who can help
with translations on translatewiki.net
.  That would be awesome!
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