There's been some discussion at
about the @wikisource Twitter account (and others).
I've just been made a team member of @wikisource, and we should add some
more people too.
The idea is that @wikisource is the cross-Wikisource account, and each
language Wikisource can also have its own account (e.g. @wikisource_fr
@wikisource_de, etc. here's a list I started this morning:
https://twitter.com/wikisource/lists/wikisources/members are there any
So, who wants to be added, and what are your Twitter usernames?
We'll also have @wikisource_en later today or tomorrow; same deal.
The passwords for these accounts are held by Aubrie Johnson, the WMF
social media person.
Dirk Hünniger, 28/09/2017 16:30:
> What about making the export to those formats available to wider public.
> Can we eventually bring these abandoned features back to the book
> creator. Could I help in such an effort.
This is important, but I don't understand whether the Labs instance you
linked is a server which can be used by any MediaWiki wiki as renderer
for the Collection extension ($wgCollectionMWServeURL).
The Index: and Page: pages editing interfaces are currently broken if the "Two column edit conflict" beta feature is enabled.
So, if your editing interface for these two namespaces seems broken to you, please disable this feature (click on the "beta" link near your user name to reach the beta feature preference panel).
This problem is tracked by https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T176393
someone could help understand if we have an issue here?
Some librarians uploaded books months ago,
but they were never processed.
Is the tool working, or it simply never signals when it fails?