Is possible to have the app code to set it for my wiki website?
Getting the app for my wikiwebsite
Oh! I see the answer below
Help is offered to translate en --> pt.
If you guys need to translate something from English to Portuguese, just ask, i will always be available for the task. ~~~~
Thank you! Is this for Apps only? :)
No sir, my offer is for everything you guys need. Any topic, any field.
I just started. Thank you so much for the opportunity to help in the translation.
This topic was reopened? What does this mean?
This was a test or a vandalism.
APK for Android apps?
I'd like to install the Wiktionary app on a Kindle for kids to use. It's on the Google Play store but not on the Amazon store. Is the released version available as an APK somewhere? Is it still being actively developed? Thanks.
Help:I'm blocked Someguy1221 blocks LTE MOUSE (Wikipedia)
LTE MOUSE 2.1 (MediaWiki)
Vandalism of Wikipedia
Contact on e-mail blocking admin.
iOS beta enrollment
Why do you require a user's FIRST and LAST name? This is inconsistent with Wikimedia account creation practice, and the user's real name is unnecessary for the task of beta testing. Please justify your rationale.
Wikipedia for refugees
Hi Mobile team! In response to the thread on [Wikimedia-l] internet-in-a-boxs to the refugee camps?], here's something for you.
I wanted to show off our work on Vietnamese artists from an editathon to a refugee acquaintance, but couldn't do it, because we don't have categories on the mobile app. This fellow had very little education before coming to the US, and is self taught in three languages, so reading Wikipedia on his phone could be very useful for him.
Adding categories to the mobile app would make it possible to pull up all the Vietnamese artist biographies so he can look through them. I doubt my acquaintance, who works long hours, has access to a laptop. Without the categories, the suggestions at the bottom make the mobile app on a smartphone into more of a game or pastime for looking at photos, rather than a serious educational tool.
Adding categories would be a quick win in making the mobile phone more useful for refugees, and for others who only access by mobile.
People from the Android and iOS app teams might be able to give a more detailed response, but I'll note that there is a related Phabricator task at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T71984 ("Category view shows no articles in the mobile app").
Hi @Djembayz I'm also hoping we can do stuff with categories (and collections/watchlist) in the app soon. Commenting on the task @Tbayer (WMF) mentioned is one way to ensure your weight is added to the idea. Thanks for your feedback!
@Jack Phoenix: It is more than 50 days, I posted this query. Thank you for replying. Sorry, I was using my IP for this period Well, it is in Python, and so, I need to learn a lot about it so that I can actually understand it. Thank you for the links.
Acagastya (talk) 14:29, 22 September 2015 (UTC)
"Get involved" section
One way "normal people" could get involved is to edit the user documentation at Wikimedia Apps/FAQ. This could be a link from the "Get involved" section.
Do you plan to attribute the photographers in your new Share-a-Fact thing in the app, or is a cc-by-sa symbol everything we can expect?
Photographers? Why not text authors too?
I understand your point, but the fact that is shared, is always a very small citation, so I'm not sure, if this text reaches the threshold of originality. Also, even if it doesn't meet the attribution of cc-by-sa, at least the editors are to find at the wikipedia article, which is mentioned in the picture. But if the pictures of the article change the photographers are not that easily to find.
How are article images selected?
In the Android app, many articles have a "lead image" shown at the top of articles. How do these images get selected? w:Christiansborg Palace, for instance, has a quite good photograph in its infobox, but instead the rather meh map image underneath is shown as the article's lead image in the app. How come?