We have restored in plwikisource the old, fast, light and efficient toolbar as a gadget:
It fundamentally has the same functionality as the just removed build-in version (only the CodMirror icon is missing; but nobody in pl.ws seems to use this tool).
The deadline is short and to avoid the confusing vote by email of last
year, we created a page on meta to decide who will be the representative of
the user group to the Wikimedia Summit:
The vote will be in two parts:
- starting tomorrow and for a week, people can add their name and a short
explanation on who they are and why they want to go to the summit
- next week, the community vote to designate the representative
For the context, Wikimedia Summit will be in Berlin, 29 March - 2 April
2019 (last year, it was called "Wikimedia Conference" and "Chapters
Meeting" the previous years).
Here is a short report on what happened last year:
This year, fewer people are invited (one instead of two for us) and the
summit will focus on strategy and governance.
As usual, feel free to ask more and any question.
*Disclaimer: I probably won't candidate myself, except if there is 2 or
For the Wikisource Community User Group,