On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 3:36 PM, David Strine <dstrine(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
> We will be holding this brownbag in 25 minutes. The Bluejeans link has
I'm not familiar with bluejeans and maybe have missed a transition
because I wasn't paying enough attention. is this some kind of
experiment? have all meetings transitioned to this service?
anyway, my immediate question at the moment is how do you join without
sharing your microphone and camera?
am I correct thinking that this is an entirely proprietary stack
that's neither gratis nor libre and has no on-premise (not cloud)
hosting option? are we paying for this?
can someone to update list https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/P10500 which
contains repositories which haven't mediawiki/mediawiki-codesniffer.
I found in list that much repositories are empty, and repositories which
aren't available on Gerrit.
So, can someone please update this list of repositories (in
mediawiki/extensions) which haven't mediawiki/mediawiki-codesniffer, but at
least, contains one PHP file. or to provide me command with which I can
update list when I want, so I don't need to request it every time.
P. S.: Happy weekend! :)
this is to let you know that the "aphlict" service has been disabled on
Phabricator (for now) because it caused stability issues.
This means you will not get realtime (pop-up) notifications on Phabricator.
(If you had those enabled in the first place).
Regular notifications (that do not pop-up) and emails are not affected by
Daniel Zahn <dzahn(a)wikimedia.org>
// sorry for cross-posting
A lot of heated discussion occur on talk pages – thus, edit conflicts
happen on talk pages a lot. To be able to solve these more effectively, the
Technical Wishes team at Wikimedia Germany is designing an additional user
interface for this situation. This interface is shown to you when you write
on a discussion page and another person writes a discussion post in the
same line and saves it before you do. With this additional editing conflict
interface you can adjust the order of the comments and edit your comment.
If you'd like to know more about this feature, please visit the project
This interface is created as a result of the Technical Wishes survey  in
2015, in which the German Wikipedia community wished for a simpler way to
resolve edit conflicts. For regular edit conflicts on article pages, the two
column conflict user interface was created, which has been available as a
beta feature since November 2018. The plan is to make this additional
interface for talk pages available in a few months.
We are inviting everyone to have a look at the planned feature and let us
know what you think on our central feedback page ! -- For the Technical
Wishes Team: Max Klemm
Working Student Community Communication for Technical Wishes
Wikimedia Deutschland e. V. | Tempelhofer Ufer 23-24 | 10963 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 219 158 26-0https://wikimedia.de
Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in
the sum of all knowledge. Help us to achieve our
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>From the announcement: *"Mozilla is announcing today the creation of a
COVID-19 Solutions Fund as part of the Mozilla Open Source Support Program
(MOSS). Through this fund, we will provide awards of up to $50,000 each to
open source technology projects which are responding to the COVID-19
pandemic in some way. *
*The MOSS Program, created in 2015, broadens access, increases security,
and empowers users by providing catalytic funding to open source
technologists. We have already seen inspiring examples of open source
technology being used to increase the capacity of the world’s healthcare
systems to cope with this crisis. For example, just a few days ago, the
University of Florida Center for Safety, Simulation, and Advanced Learning
Technologies released an open source ventilator
We believe there are many more life-saving open source technologies in the
*As part of the COVID-19 Solutions Fund, we will accept applications that
are hardware (e.g., an open source ventilator), software (e.g., a platform
that connects hospitals with people who have 3D printers who can print
parts for that open source ventilator), as well as software that solves for
secondary effects of COVID-19 (e.g., a browser plugin that combats COVID
Jonathan T. Morgan
Senior Design Researcher
User:Jmorgan (WMF) <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Jmorgan_(WMF)>
*Please note that I do not expect a response from you on evenings or