No promises that I'll be sending this email every two weeks, but I
thought it would be good to send this at least now.
The regular cycle of MediaWiki deployments to Wikimedia websites
continues. 1.20wmf5 has been deployed to the following wikis:
A lightly processed changelog is available here:
Deployments will continue through June 20.
Based on my initial skim, nothing in this deployment stands out as
something that requires a special notification or extra attention, but
please feel free to add a "Highlights" section to the top of the
changelog with the items that strike you as newsworthy.
The Wikimedia Foundation has been creating a new Article Feedback system,
and on Saturday 9 June from 10AM-noon Pacific time, WMF invites testers and
anyone else interested to participate in a "shakedown cruise" to test a
near-final version of the new Article Feedback system before the system is
rolled out to all of Wikipedia.
Following on May's successful test event with Weekend Testing Americas, WMF
is teaming up with the Open Source fans at OpenHatch.org for this event. I
am hoping that having experienced exploratory testers plus people
interested in improving Wikipedia articles will be a killer combination of
expertise and interest to shake out any final issues in this critical
aspect of the Wikipedia experience.
 the announcement from Openhatch:
QA Lead for WMF