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Wenn du auf der Suche bist, soziale Eigenschaften zu deiner MediaWiki Einrichtung hinzuzufügen, besuche social tools für mehr Informationen bitte.

Folge und teile MediaWiki Neuigkeiten über Deine sozialen Netzwerke!

Bitte nutzen Sie weiterhin die üblichen Projekt-Kanäle für Support, Fehlerberichte und Diskussionen (warum?).

Hauptkonten

Dies sind die offiziellen Berichte, die Neuigkeiten über die MediaWiki-Community im Allgemeinen verbreiten.

Überprüfen Sie auch den Arbeitsablauf für die Buchung von Aktualisierungen, die gemeinsame Nutzung von Beiträgen und folgende Konten.

Unser Vorgehen

Social-Media-Websites sind nützlich, um Nachrichten zu verbreiten und potenzielle Nutzer und Mitwirkende zu erreichen. Social Media können auch sehr anspruchsvoll und zeitaufwendig sein. Eine unvorsichtige Nutzung kann Communities fragmentieren und freie Inhalte und öffentliche Kontakte in die häufig geschlossenen und kommerziell getriebenen Umgebungen der Social-Media-Plattformbetreiber abwerfen.

The Community Relations team at the Wikimedia Foundation are happy to use social media when it is useful and simple to manage, but we are reluctant to put a lot of effort engaging, promoting and building isolated sub-communities. We try to use social media to direct interested individuals back to existing community gathering places (Wikimedia events, discussion pages, and of course wikis themselves). Help and ideas for improvement are welcome.

Arbeitsabläufe

This is how we handle the @MediaWiki accounts on various social media sites. Chris Koerner and Rachel Farrand can help share information from the MediaWiki accounts.

  1. We post to each account separately. Automation / aggregation isn't worthwhile, currently.
    1. Sehen Sie sich explizite Erwähnungen und Antworten an
      1. Gegebenenfalls über die Funktionalität des Dienstes teilen, z.B. nicht "RT" in Twitter eingeben!
      2. No replies are posted by @MediaWiki accounts. Just pointing to the right feedback channels is okay. We don't want to engage in parallel discussion / support. You can do this from your personal account if you so choose.
    2. We pick from multiple sources. Here's a few places we look for things to share.
    3. Sehen Sie sich die timeline an. Teilen Sie mit, wenn es etwas technisch relevantes gibt.
    4. Pull from existing sources
      1. existing scheduled events (Tech talks, CREDIT showcase, IRC office hours)
      2. Tech News
    5. Seek out existing information to share
      1. Interesting/quirky projects
      2. Metrics
      3. Current discussions around design/development decisions that will impact people who use MediaWiki
      4. Facts about MediaWiki and related tech
      5. New developments as they come along
    6. Optional: search "MediaWiki" to find more potential news.
      1. Twitter: "Top" results are usually enough. "All" tends to be too noisy.
      2. Google+: "All" is good enough as there is little noise.
  2. Sync the relevant posts with Template:MediaWiki_News.
    1. Usually taking the @MediaWiki Twitter timeline as a basis works.
  3. Sync the relevant posts with the other channels.
    1. Ideally, anything posted at Template:MediaWiki_News should be posted in all channels - or at least at posted to Facebook.
    2. It is okay to have differences between channels, e.g. Twitter tends to have more RTs that are not worth re-posting in other channels.

Teile deine Aktualisierungen

If you mention "@MediaWiki" in your posts and we see it from our replies / connections, then we will consider sharing it our timeline.

No promises are made. Even less certain is if you use !MediaWiki or #MediaWiki since we can't monitor those systematically (especially the latter in Twitter).

No extra work will be done to spread your update to other channels. Looking at the workflow you can see what you get automatically by posting in each channel.

Folgen

From @MediaWiki we follow other official accounts closely related to MediaWiki, to promote them and share their updates easily.

  • @Wikipedia - showing our link to the MediaWiki based project everybody knows.
  • @Wikimedia - we are part of the Wikimedia movement.
  • @wikisignpost - includes a weekly technology report featuring MediaWiki news.
  • @wikimediatech - technical news from Wikimedia software projects
  • @WikimediaMobile - mobile tech updates.
  • @wikimediaatwork - a majority of job postings are MediaWiki related.
  • @wikimedia_sal - relays the server admin log (infrastructure maintenance by Wikimedia Site Reliability Engineering).

We can also follow your MediaWiki Groups accounts.

Statistiken

See Social media/Statistics if you like looking at outdated ancient statistics.

Siehe auch