Cusché l'é al Bar ed la vichipedèia
Quàst chè l'é al Bar ed la wichipèdia
Quàsst qué l é al Barr d la vichipêdia
Na pâgina in dó parlêr, discóter e ânca quistiunêr cun chiêter cumpâgn de sté sît, mó sèinsa arliêres o rabîres, sèimper cun dla gentilèsa e dla garbaréia pr'i nōv rivê (mó ânca, sèinsa bişògn ed dîrel, pr'i "vèc"!) S'e vrî savèir quèl dal règoli ch'e gh'în bèle, leşî la vōş per quî rivê da pôch
A new beta feature will soon be released on all wikis: The FileExporter. It allows exports of files from a local wiki to Wikimedia Commons, including their file history and page history. Which files can be exported is defined by each wiki's community: Please check your wiki's configuration file if you want to use this feature.
The FileExporter has already been a beta feature on mediawiki.org, meta.wikimedia, deWP, faWP, arWP, koWP and on wikisource.org. After some functionality was added, it's now becoming a beta feature on all wikis. Deployment is planned for January 16. More information can be found on the project page.
As always, feedback is highly appreciated. If you want to test the FileExporter, please activate it in your user preferences. The best place for feedback is the central talk page. Thank you from Wikimedia Deutschland's Technical Wishes project.
Johanna Strodt (WMDE) 09:41, 14 gen 2019 (UTC)
No editing for 30 minutes on 17 January[mudéfica la surzéia]
You will not be able to edit
the wikis for up to 30 minutes on 17 January 07:00 UTC
. This is because of a database problem that has to be fixed immediately. You can still read the wikis. Some wikis are not affected. They don't get this message. You can see which wikis are not
affected on this page
. Most wikis are affected. The time you can not edit might be shorter than 30 minutes. /Johan (WMF)
18:38, 16 gen 2019 (UTC)
Ciao! Sono del tutto di passaggio, avendo appreso tramite http://francisco.dance/wikigrowth/ che questa wiki sarebbe cresciuta del 30% come contenuti nello scorso anno. Complimenti! Sono curiosa di sapere se secondo voi si tratta di una conseguenza di qualcosa di mirato (considerando che in realtà il numero degli edit nello stesso arco temporale sembrerebbe essere molto in calo) - confesso che anche abitando in regione, non sono a conoscenza delle varie iniziative che potrebbero avere influito. Sono infine curiosa di sapere dove vi coordinate di solito, visto che qui sopra è un po' deserto... Alla prossima! --Elitre (WMF) (discussioni) 11:43, 20 feb 2019 (UTC) (PS: lascio link anche alla fonte dei dati che sarebbe questa per il tool di cui sopra, mentre su https://stats.wikimedia.org/v2/#/eml.wikipedia.org si trovano tutti gli altri dati in generale. (Ciao a Utente:Gloria sah e Utente:Mirandolese, i più attivi qui :) ) --Elitre (WMF) (discussioni) 11:56, 20 feb 2019 (UTC)
- Elitre (WMF), Ciao!! Sono sempre perfette le statistiche?! Forse algebricamente, matematicamente, sì, ma poi, sotto, vogliamo spiegare perché e per come si muovono i numeri su quelle statistiche lì?! Bene!
Il mio collega Mirandolese chiaramente è sempre il più attivo, mentre io un poco -molto- meno perché devo anche-invece, portare a termine dei miei impegni pressantissimi di vita reale che non posso intervallare, se non saltuariamente, con gli edit qua sopra. Che l'anno scorso la nostra eml.wikipedia avesse una crescita notevole, oltre ai già citati contributi numerosi del mio collega Mir, è dipeso anche dal fatto, credo, che un indirizzo IP abbia editato lui da solo circa 1900 pagine di "numeri", intesi appunto come "110 (nùmer)", per esempio, e tutti i seguenti numeri fino al numero 2000. Pagine che abbiamo patteggiato di conservare, visto che non avevano grossi difetti, purché però io ne avessi corretto le più imprecise. Devo dire, a onor del vero, che sono a circa 3/4 delle correzioni impellenti già portate a termine, mentre forse a 1/7 di corrette di quelle più blande, che si possono diluire nel tempo. Credo che valga sempre e ancora la legge che, al di là della indefessa e innegabile passione per i nostri dialetti, si fa quel che si può, in termini di editazioni. Ad ognuno capitano nella vita bisogni che trattengono poco o tanto dal tuffarsi nel virtuale. A me in questo momento, riesce appena di aggiungere qualche modo di dire o qualche dettaglio alle pagine già in essere, perché solo il pensiero di aprire una nuova pagina, col suo corredo di template, categorie, stile, contenuto, mi terrebbe impegnata anche solo nella sua formulazione, un tempo che so di non potere permettermi, e non sono scuse :-p
Mentre che le pagine da correggere dei numeri, un bel po'... addirittura mi rilassano, mentre le correggo, non mi pesano insomma... perché è quasi meccanico l'uniformarle secondo lo stesso stile :-p
Cordialmente, --Glo (discussioni) 12:38, 20 feb 2019 (UTC)
- P.s.: per la nostra coordinazione, è chiaramente per telepatia, solo per questo non se ne trovano le editazioni ;-)) --Glo (discussioni) 12:42, 20 feb 2019 (UTC)
The Wikimedia Foundation is planning a global consultation about communication. The goal is to bring Wikimedians and wiki-minded people together to improve tools for communication.
We want all contributors to be able to talk to each other on the wikis, whatever their experience, their skills or their devices.
We are looking for input from as many different parts of the Wikimedia community as possible. It will come from multiple projects, in multiple languages, and with multiple perspectives.
We are currently planning the consultation. We need your help.
We need volunteers to help talk to their communities or user groups.
You can help by hosting a discussion at your wiki. Here's what to do:
- First, sign up your group here.
- Next, create a page (or a section on a Village pump, or an e-mail thread – whatever is natural for your group) to collect information from other people in your group. This is not a vote or decision-making discussion: we are just collecting feedback.
- Then ask people what they think about communication processes. We want to hear stories and other information about how people communicate with each other on and off wiki. Please consider asking these five questions:
- When you want to discuss a topic with your community, what tools work for you, and what problems block you?
- What about talk pages works for newcomers, and what blocks them?
- What do others struggle with in your community about talk pages?
- What do you wish you could do on talk pages, but can't due to the technical limitations?
- What are the important aspects of a "wiki discussion"?
- Finally, please go to Talk pages consultation 2019 on Mediawiki.org and report what you learned from your group. Please include links if the discussion is available to the public.
You can also help build the list of the many different ways people talk to each other.
Not all groups active on wikis or around wikis use the same way to discuss things: it can happen on wiki, on social networks, through external tools... Tell us how your group communicates.
You can read more about the overall process on mediawiki.org. If you have questions or ideas, you can leave feedback about the consultation process in the language you prefer.
Thank you! We're looking forward to talking with you.
Trizek (WMF) 15:01, 21 feb 2019 (UTC)
Ah... mo 'l è véra che chè a gh'sun da per mè :-o ;-p --Glo (discussioni) 22:04, 8 mar 2019 (UTC)
New Wikipedia Library Accounts Available Now (March 2019)[mudéfica la surzéia]
The TWL OWL says sign up today!
The Wikipedia Library is announcing signups today for free, full-access, accounts to published research as part of our Publisher Donation Program. You can sign up for new accounts and research materials on the Library Card platform:
- Kinige – Primarily Indian-language ebooks - 10 books per month
- Gale – Times Digital Archive collection added (covering 1785-2013)
- JSTOR – New applications now being taken again
Many other partnerships with accounts available are listed on our partners page, including Baylor University Press, Taylor & Francis, Cairn, Annual Reviews and Bloomsbury. You can request new partnerships on our Suggestions page.
Do better research and help expand the use of high quality references across Wikipedia projects: sign up today!
--The Wikipedia Library Team 17:40, 13 mar 2019 (UTC)
- You can host and coordinate signups for a Wikipedia Library branch in your own language. Please contact Ocaasi (WMF).
- This message was delivered via the Global Mass Message tool to The Wikipedia Library Global Delivery List.
Read-only mode for up to 30 minutes on 11 April[mudéfica la surzéia]
10:56, 8 Avr 2019 (UTC)
- A t ringràsi par 'l avìś, adès a m al nòt.--Mirandolese (discussioni) 18:08, 8 Avr 2019 (UTC)
- (-: ..... :-° Mè s'a nn'è na meś'óra, a srà cl'ètra, ch'a prev tōr per scrìver... Mìa probléma. Ch'i faghen pur :-> --Glo (discussioni) 19:45, 8 Avr 2019 (UTC)
Wikimedia Foundation Medium-Term Plan feedback request[mudéfica la surzéia]
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The Wikimedia Foundation has published a Medium-Term Plan proposal
covering the next 3–5 years. We want your feedback! Please leave all comments and questions, in any language, on the talk page
, by April 20. Grazie! Quiddity (WMF)
) 17:35, 12 Avr 2019 (UTC)
Hello eml-wiki community! (Aiutaci a tradurre nella tua lingua)
I recently organized a project to share templates and modules between wikis. It allows modules and templates to be “language-neutral”, and store all text translations on Commons. This means that it is enough to copy/paste a template without any changes, and update the translations separately. If someone fixes a bug or adds a new feature in the original module, you can copy/paste it again without any translation work. My bot DiBabelYurikBot can help with copying. This way users can spend more time on content, and less time on updating and copying templates. Please see project page for details and ask questions on talk page.
P.S. I am currently running
for the Wikimedia board, focusing on content and support of multi-language communities. If you liked my projects like maps, graphs, or this one, I will be happy to receive your support. (any registered user group
can vote). Thank you! --Yurik
) 06:07, 11 Mâg 2019 (UTC)
'L è cèra che nuèter a som più che apasionê e difensōr edla nostra lingva mèdra. Mo ajéra chè ch'a guardèva i bē vōt, belìsim vōt che 'l mé ragàsi i 'm porten a cà da scōla... La borsa de stùdi che la più granda l'à vint in dal só istitût ed Fìśica (s'l è per quèl lè, mè a gh'ò anc fat al câl, perché tùt i àn, cla ragasóla lè la in vins ùna...), mè a sun la mama più fortunèda ch'a gh'sìa in cl émisféri chè!!
Mè in cà a descòr dimòndi volti in dialèt, mo a 'm adàg che 'l mé ragàsi, più ch'i stùddien e più ch'i impèren 'l ingléś, al tudèsc, al spaggnōl, mo briśa al dialèt... In più, a tac a vèder ch'i fiurìsen i negòsi 'd paramèint funeràri, chè śvèin a 'l ubitòri a gh'in srà alméno 8!!!... Ogni tant a 'm vin da dìr anca che a fùria 'd fiurìr chi negòsi lè acsè specèl e a fùria 'd descòrer furastér chi śóven,... a ghe vrà sōl un mumèint, a vèder che la nostra lìngva la srà andèda a fèr cunpagnìa a 'l etrùsc, a 'l pùnig, a 'l sànscrit... Màh... :-ò --Glo (discussioni) 20:39, 23 Zógn 2019 (UTC)
Wikidata Bridge: edit Wikidata’s data from Wikipedia infoboxes[mudéfica la surzéia]
Sorry for writing this message in English - feel free to help us translating it :)
Many language versions of Wikipedia use the content of Wikidata, the centralized knowledge base, to fill out the content of infoboxes. The data is stored in Wikidata and displayed, partially or completely, in the Wikipedia’s language, on the articles.
This feature is used by many template editors, but brought several issues that were raised by communities in various places: not being able to edit the data directly from Wikipedia was one of them.
This is the reason why the Wikidata Bridge project started, with the goal of offering a way to Wikipedia editors to edit Wikidata’s data more easily. This will be achieved by an interface, connected to the infobox, that users can access directly from their local wiki.
The project is now at an early stage of development. A lot of user research has been done, and will continue to be done through the different phases of the project. The next steps of development will be achieved by the development team working at Wikimedia Deutschland, starting now until the end of 2019.
In order to make sure that we’re building a tool that is answering editors’ needs, we’re using agile methods in our development process. We don’t start with a fixed idea of the tool we want to deliver: we will build it together with the editors, based on feedback loops that we will regularly organize. The first version will not necessarily have all of the features you want, but it will keep evolving.
Here’s the planned timeline:
- From June to August, we will build the setup and technical groundwork.
- From September to November 2019, we will develop the first version of the feature and publish a test system so you can try it and give feedback.
- Later on, we will test the feature on a few projects, in collaboration with the communities.
- We will first focus on early adopters communities who already implemented a shortcut from their infoboxes to edit Wikidata (for example Russian, Catalan, Basque Wikipedias)
- but we also welcome also communities who volunteer to be part of the first test round.
- Then we will reach some of the big Wikipedias (French, German, English) in order to see if the project scales and to address their potentially different needs.
- Even later, we can consider enabling the feature on all the other projects.
In any case, no deployment or big change will be enforced on the projects without talking to the communities first, and helping the template builders to prepare for the changes they will have to do on the infoboxes’ code.
If you want to get involved, there are several ways to help:
More ideas will be added on this page along the way
If you have any questions for the development team, feel free to ask them on the main talk page. You can also ask under this message, but if you expect an answer from me, please make sure to ping me.
Thanks for your attention, Lea Lacroix (WMDE) 13:03, 24 Zógn 2019 (UTC)
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Did you know?
Did you know that you can use the visual editor on a mobile device?
Every article has a pencil icon at the top. Tap on the pencil icon to start editing.
This is what the new Edit Cards for editing links in the mobile visual editor look like. You can try the prototype here: 📲 Try Edit Cards.
Welcome back to the Editing newsletter.
Since the last newsletter, the team has released two new features for the mobile visual editor and has started developing three more. All of this work is part of the team's goal to make editing on mobile web simpler.
Before talking about the team's recent releases, we have a question for you:
Are you willing to try a new way to add and change links?
If you are interested, we would value your input! You can try this new link tool in the mobile visual editor on a separate wiki.
Follow these instructions and share your experience:
📲 Try Edit Cards.
The mobile visual editor is a simpler editing tool, for smartphones and tablets using the mobile site. The Editing team recently launched two new features to improve the mobile visual editor:
- Section editing
- The purpose is to help contributors focus on their edits.
- The team studied this with an A/B test. This test showed that contributors who could use section editing were 1% more likely to publish the edits they started than people with only full-page editing.
- Loading overlay
- The purpose is to smooth the transition between reading and editing.
Section editing and the new loading overlay are now available to everyone using the mobile visual editor.
This is a list of our most active projects. Watch these pages to learn about project updates and to share your input on new designs, prototypes and research findings.
- Edit cards: This is a clearer way to add and edit links, citations, images, templates, etc. in articles. You can try this feature now. Go here to see how: 📲 Try Edit Cards.
- Mobile toolbar refresh: This project will learn if contributors are more successful when the editing tools are easier to recognize.
- Mobile visual editor availability: This A/B test asks: Are newer contributors more successful if they use the mobile visual editor? We are collaborating with 20 Wikipedias to answer this question.
- Usability improvements: This project will make the mobile visual editor easier to use. The goal is to let contributors stay focused on editing and to feel more confident in the editing tools.
- Wikimania: Several members of the Editing Team will be attending Wikimania in August 2019. They will lead a session about mobile editing in the Community Growth space. Talk to the team about how editing can be improved.
- Talk Pages: In the coming months, the Editing Team will begin improving talk pages and communication on the wikis.
The VisualEditor on mobile is a good place to learn more about the projects we are working on. The team wants to talk with you about anything related to editing. If you have something to say or ask, please leave a message at Talk:VisualEditor on mobile.
PPelberg (WMF) (talk) & Whatamidoing (WMF) (talk)
18:32, 23 Lój 2019 (UTC)
Sè, a n'm in descòrer, vacànsi curti e turnèda a cà a cavàl dal mé conpleàṅ... Mo a s tira avànti cum'a s pōl, a n'lamintòmes sèinper... Mo êt anca cunpî i an?! Sè, ajér. Mo cunplimèint, avgùri. 100 ed chi dè chè. Bèh, 100 incòr i 'm peren un pò dimòndi. A 'm cuntintarèv ed mucèren èter soquànt sèinpr in salùt e in bē lavōr :-Dp°° (A gh'sem acsè tant in pòc chè dèinter, ch'a 'm tòca ed descòrer da per mè...) :-p --Glo (discussioni) 07:53, 10 Ago 2019 (UTC)
Update on the consultation about office actions[mudéfica la surzéia]
Last month, the Wikimedia Foundation's Trust & Safety team announced a future consultation about partial and/or temporary office actions. We want to let you know that the draft version of this consultation has now been posted on Meta.
This is a draft. It is not intended to be the consultation itself, which will be posted on Meta likely in early September. Please do not treat this draft as a consultation. Instead, we ask your assistance in forming the final language for the consultation.
For that end, we would like your input over the next couple of weeks about what questions the consultation should ask about partial and temporary Foundation office action bans and how it should be formatted. Please post it on the draft talk page. Our goal is to provide space for the community to discuss all the aspects of these office actions that need to be discussed, and we want to ensure with your feedback that the consultation is presented in the best way to encourage frank and constructive conversation.
Please visit the consultation draft on Meta-wiki and leave your comments on the draft’s talk page about what the consultation should look like and what questions it should ask.
Thank you for your input! -- The Trust & Safety team 08:03, 16 Ago 2019 (UTC)
The Wikimedia Foundation wants to work on two things that affect how we patrol changes and handle vandalism and harassment. We want to make the tools that are used to handle bad edits better. We also want to get better privacy for unregistered users so their IP addresses are no longer shown to everyone in the world. We would not hide IP addresses until we have better tools for patrolling.
We have an idea of what tools could be working better and how a more limited access to IP addresses would change things, but we need to hear from more wikis. You can read more about the project on Meta and post comments and feedback. Now is when we need to hear from you to be able to give you better tools to handle vandalism, spam and harassment.
You can post in your language if you can't write in English.
14:18, 21 Ago 2019 (UTC)
Mèinter che cla dimòndi śgalvìda e potèinsa edla natùra ed mé fióla l'è drē a tōr la Làvrea in Fìśica (an e an ed 30 su 30 purtê a cà dòp di só stùdi...), anca la só mama, sotascrìta, la tèinta ed curr a drē a 'n fój 'd chèrta. Se na quèlc volta a 'm catarî un pò per mé còunt, pinsê pur ch'a sun drē a mandèr a mèint dal teorìi di tèinp pasê, del dati, di nom e scutmàj ed filòśof, ed pinsadōr ed psicologìa, soquànti teorìi ed Dirìt e drē a butèr śò la tesi. Ala mé etê a nn'em sarèv mài imaginèda 'd cavèrghla ind un còunpit acsè, mo vist che invéci a pèr pròpia ch'a gh'la chèva... Avànti, cavàl, che l'erba crès!! ♥ :-) --Glo (discussioni) 20:57, 30 Ago 2019 (UTC)
- L'arà tòlt tut da sò màdar, o anc na cria da sò pàdar par caś?--Mirandolese (discussioni) 21:07, 30 Ago 2019 (UTC)
- Al papà 'l è ùn ch'al n'mòla mìa infintànt ch'al n'à vint. Mo 'l è un muśicìsta.. Al n'gh'à brìśa insgnê i levitòun e i eletròun. La mama la gh'à sōl spieghê che la Fìśica l'è più cmandànta che la Matemàtica, Pò la ragàsa la s gh'è butèda in sìma per vinser (i bé vōt) come 'l só papà al ne manca mìa ed lasèr lè :-D --Glo (discussioni) 21:12, 30 Ago 2019 (UTC)
The consultation on partial and temporary Foundation bans just started[mudéfica la surzéia]
In a recent statement, the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees requested that staff hold a consultation to "re-evaluat[e] or add community input to the two new office action policy tools (temporary and partial Foundation bans)".
Accordingly, the Foundation's Trust & Safety team invites all Wikimedians to join this consultation and give their feedback from 30 September to 30 October.
How can you help?
- Suggest how partial and temporary Foundation bans should be used, if they should (eg: On all projects, or only on a subset);
- Give ideas about how partial and temporary Foundation bans should ideally implemented, if they should be; and/or
- Propose changes to the existing Office Actions policy on partial and temporary bans.
We offer our thanks in advance for your contributions, and we hope to get as much input as possible from community members during this consultation!
-- Kbrown (WMF) 17:14, 30 Set 2019 (UTC)
Feedback wanted on Desktop Improvements project[mudéfica la surzéia]
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Ciao. The Readers Web team at the WMF will work on some improvements to the desktop interface over the next couple of years. The goal is to increase usability without removing any functionality. We have been inspired by changes made by volunteers, but that currently only exist as local gadgets and user scripts, prototypes, and volunteer-led skins. We would like to begin the process of bringing some of these changes into the default experience on all Wikimedia projects.
We are currently in the research stage of this project and are looking for ideas for improvements, as well as feedback on our current ideas and mockups. So far, we have performed interviews with community members at Wikimania. We have gathered lists of previous volunteer and WMF work in this area. We are examining possible technical approaches for such changes.
We would like individual feedback on the following:
- Identifying focus areas for the project we have not yet discovered
- Expanding the list of existing gadgets and user scripts that are related to providing a better desktop experience. If you can think of some of these from your wiki, please let us know
- Feedback on the ideas and mockups we have collected so far
We would also like to gather a list of wikis that would be interested in being test wikis for this project - these wikis would be the first to receive the updates once we’re ready to start building.
When giving feedback, please consider the following goals of the project:
- Make it easier for readers to focus on the content
- Provide easier access to everyday actions (e.g. search, language switching, editing)
- Put things in logical and useful places
- Increase consistency in the interface with other platforms - mobile web and the apps
- Eliminate clutter
- Plan for future growth
As well as the following constraints:
- Not touching the content - no work will be done in terms of styling templates or to the structure of page contents themselves
- Not removing any functionality - things might move around, but all navigational items and other functionality currently available by default will remain
- No drastic changes to the layout - we're taking an evolutionary approach to the changes and want the site to continue feeling familiar to readers and editors
Please give all feedback (in any language) at mw:Talk:Reading/Web/Desktop Improvements
After this round of feedback, we plan on building a prototype of suggested changes based on the feedback we receive. You’ll hear from us again asking for feedback on this prototype.
Grazie! Quiddity (WMF) (talk)
07:18, 16 Oto 2019 (UTC)
A new beta feature will soon be deployed to your wiki: Reference Previews. As you might guess from the name, this feature gives you a preview of references in the article text. That means, you can look up a reference without jumping down to the bottom of the page.
Reference Previews have already been a beta feature on German and Arabic Wikipedia since April. Now they will become available on more wikis. Deployment is planned for October 24. More information can be found on the project page.
As always, feedback is highly appreciated. If you want to test Reference Previews, please activate the beta feature in your user preferences and let us know what you think. The best place for feedback is the central talk page. We hope the feature will serve you well in your work. Thank you from Wikimedia Deutschland's Technical Wishes project.
-- Johanna Strodt (WMDE) 09:47, 23 Oto 2019 (UTC)
Editing News #2 – Mobile editing and talk pages[mudéfica la surzéia]
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Inside this newsletter, the Editing team talks about their work on the mobile visual editor, on the new talk pages project, and at Wikimania 2019.
What talk page interactions do you remember? Is it a story about how someone helped you to learn something new? Is it a story about how someone helped you get involved in a group? Something else? Whatever your story is, we want to hear it!
Please tell us a story about how you used a talk page. Please share a link to a memorable discussion, or describe it on the talk page for this project. The team wants your examples. These examples will help everyone develop a shared understanding of what this project should support and encourage.
The Talk Pages Consultation was a global consultation to define better tools for wiki communication. From February through June 2019, more than 500 volunteers on 20 wikis, across 15 languages and multiple projects, came together with members of the Foundation to create a product direction for a set of discussion tools. The Phase 2 Report of the Talk Page Consultation was published in August. It summarizes the product direction the team has started to work on, which you can read more about here: Talk Page Project project page.
The team needs and wants your help at this early stage. They are starting to develop the first idea. Please add your name to the "Getting involved" section of the project page, if you would like to hear about opportunities to participate.
The Editing team is trying to make it simpler to edit on mobile devices. The team is changing the visual editor on mobile. If you have something to say about editing on a mobile device, please leave a message at Talk:VisualEditor on mobile.
What happens when you click on a link. The new Edit Card is bigger and has more options for editing links.
- In September, the Editing team updated the mobile visual editor's editing toolbar. Anyone could see these changes in the mobile visual editor.
- One toolbar: All of the editing tools are located in one toolbar. Previously, the toolbar changed when you clicked on different things.
- New navigation: The buttons for moving forward and backward in the edit flow have changed.
- Seamless switching: an improved workflow for switching between the visual and wikitext modes.
- Feedback: You can try the refreshed toolbar by opening the mobile VisualEditor on a smartphone. Please post your feedback on the Toolbar feedback talk page.
The Editing Team attended Wikimania 2019 in Sweden. They led a session on the mobile visual editor and a session on the new talk pages project. They tested two new features in the mobile visual editor with contributors. You can read more about what the team did and learned in the team's report on Wikimania 2019.
- Talk Pages Project: The team is thinking about the first set of proposed changes. The team will be working with a few communities to pilot those changes. The best way to stay informed is by adding your username to the list on the project page: Getting involved.
- Testing the mobile visual editor as the default: The Editing team plans to post results before the end of the calendar year. The best way to stay informed is by adding the project page to your watchlist: VisualEditor as mobile default project page.
- Measuring the impact of Edit Cards: This study asks whether the project helped editors add links and citations. The Editing team hopes to share results in November. The best way to stay informed is by adding the project page to your watchlist: Edit Cards project page.
– PPelberg (WMF) (talk) & Whatamidoing (WMF) (talk)
11:12, 29 Oto 2019 (UTC)
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Wikipedia Asian Month is back! We wish you all the best of luck for the contest. The basic guidelines of the contest can be found on your local page of Wikipedia Asian Month. For more information, refer to our Meta page for organizers.
Looking forward to meet the next ambassadors for Wikipedia Asian Month 2019!
For additional support for organizing offline event, contact our international team on wiki or on email. We would appreciate the translation of this message in the local language by volunteer translators. Thank you!
Wikipedia Asian Month International Team.
MediaWiki message delivery (discussioni) 16:57, 31 Oto 2019 (UTC)