Quim Gil wrote
Hi, anybody interested in participating at the
Open Help Conference & Sprints
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Lately we are focusing on users of our APIs, datasets,
infrastructure... Would it make sense to organize something at that event?
I'm moderately interested in going to see how other projects deal with
versioning documentation, auto-generating documentation, incorporating
sample code in documentation and vice-versa, etc.
If anyone working on mediawiki.org
or wikitech documentation (documentation
of MediaWiki , APIs, developing, labs, tool labs, etc.) plans to attend
that doubles my interest level, we could productively sprint on any of
A Wikimedia expedition attended a couple of years ago with a Wikipedia &
From the blog post I just learned the 2013 visit
, an alternative to "How
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 7:48 PM, hardik juneja <hardikjuneja.hj(a)gmail.com>
This event seems to be a really nice opportunity to
recently built REST API (rest.wikimedia.org).
I was thinking something like a introductory session on the REST API, but
it depends on the kind of audience we are targeting on because the API docs
are self explanatory and are well received so far.
As I understand it, this is a hands-on conference about writing better
help documentation. It's great that
returns the fast cached HTML of the wiki page, and RESTBase's
Swagger-generated doc is nifty, but how do you see that relating to the
=S Page WMF Tech writer