I just wanted to make sure there will be some wikisourcerers at this
event. Is that so?
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Sujet : [Wikimedia-l] Wikimedia Conference 2018 - Registration closes
in one month!
Date : Fri, 15 Dec 2017 14:23:18 +0100
De : Michelle Poltier <michelle.poltier(a)wikimedia.de>
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Thanks to those of you who have already registered for the Wikimedia
Conference 2018 – we are already very excited to host the conference
from April 20 to April 22, 2018 in Berlin!
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WMCON18 organizing team will be out of the office from December 22,
2017 until January 3, 2018.
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Candalua has implemented a new feature for the Wikitext <pagelist> tag. It is now possible to display automated recto/verso numbering.
For example, if an index page uses "<pagelist 2to4=folio />" the displayed page numbers are going to be "1", "2r", "2v", "3r", "3v".
3 new displays options are added: folio, folioroman, foliohighroman. These will assign a number to each leaf instead of each page, with the two sides labeled r for recto ("front") and v for verso ("back"). The first page in a range is assumed to be a recto.
<pagelist 1to4=folio /> -> 1r 1v 2r 2v
<pagelist 1to4=folioroman /> -> ir iv iir iiv
<pagelist 1to4=foliohighroman /> -> Ir Iv IIr IIv.
The MediaWiki:Proofreadpage_pagenum_template special template takes now a new parameter "formatted" with a better formatted page number (e.g. with the "r" of recto and the "v" of verso in superscript).
Many thanks to Candalua for having implemented this feature and made it merged as part of ProofreadPage.
The sum up is in the title, and you will find more information in the
exchanges bellow. :)
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Sujet : Re: Mathieu, I bet you remember fondly this past WMCon as I do.
Date : Fri, 4 May 2018 15:02:52 +0200
De : Erica Litrenta <elitrenta(a)wikimedia.org>
Pour : mathieu stumpf guntz <psychoslave(a)culture-libre.org>
This is really appreciated.
In particular I'd welcome more people from the Wikisources, for example :)
On Thu, May 3, 2018 at 12:00 AM, mathieu stumpf guntz
Thank you for this message. I will forward the message in local
communities to see if I can find more people interested and let you
know corresponding feedback.
Le 02/05/2018 à 17:43, Erica Litrenta a écrit :
> It was nice stumbling upon you at several sessions and hearing
> your perspectives.
> I would be glad to assist if you have anything that we discussed
> at the conference that you'd like to follow-up about (or to put
> you in contact with whomever may be able to help best).
> To help you keep your communities in our radars:
> as you may recall from a comment I made in one of those sessions,
> my team is trying to *support Tech Ambassadors and Tech
> Translators* become more active and self-supporting communities.
> We take the Strategy Direction seriously when it's telling us that
> several underrepresented communities deserve more attention and
> support, so we need to identify *a few key community members* that
> we can rely on to keep the community up to date with whatever is
> happening in Wikimedia's technical world, and that can help us
> identify and surface local issues that need fixing. You are
> already part of the solution, as I said! but we surely need more help.
> Can you introduce us to someone else who should also be joining
> these efforts? Will you make sure that the wikis and the languages
> that matter to you are all covered ASAP, now that actual work is
> about to start?
> Thanks in advance for what you will do, and don't hesitate to ask
> further questions.
> Best regards from Italy.
> Erica Litrenta
> Manager, Community Liaisons
Manager, Community Liaisons