User:Andrew Garrett (WMF)/MW2015-schedule

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Schedule[edit]

This is how we are scheduling the Summit:

There are three themes that welcome activities to improve awareness, collaboration, and results:

  • Mobile (main topic of the event, lead by Tomasz Finc)
  • Editing (James Forrester)
  • Service Oriented Architecture (Gabriel Wicke)

Some slots have been reserved for these themes, just in case.

Some other sessions have been pre-scheduled following the recommendation of the Architecture Committee and the Product team, also corresponding to complex topics in search of progress and results during the Summit.

How to schedule a session[edit]

  • Find an available slot based on the estimated size of the session and room setup (theater / workshop), trying to avoid overlaps of topic/audience with other sessions at the same time.
    • You can negotiate changes of slots with other sessions scheduled, as long as all of you agree.
  • Add the title of the session and your name to the corresponding cell in the tables below.
  • Create a task associated to the MediaWiki Developer Summit 2015 project in Phabricator, adding the corresponding description.
    • Others can subscribe to your session to receive notifications, ask questions, start the debate...
    • Discussion before and after your session is encouraged!

Monday, January 26[edit]

  • 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.: Everyone arrives morning coffee/snacks served
  • 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Dev Summit at Mission Bay Center
  • 5 p.m.: Shuttles pick up participants at Mission Bay Center
  • 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.: Dinner and drinks at Buca di Beppo
  • 8:00 p.m.+: Self organized drinks/city exploring, continued hacking on 3rd floor at WMF HQ, and socializing at Club Quarters
Roberston 1 Robertson 2 Robertson 3 Conference Room 1 Conference Room 2 Conference Room 3
Monday 1/26 (200 people theatre) (50 classroom) (50 classroom) (40 theatre) (40 theatre) (24 classroom)
9:00: AM Opening - Welcome & logistics - Our challenges for 2015
10:15: AM Break
10:30: AM Preparing for a multi-device world
11:15: AM After-plenary Experimenting with new forms of editing MediaWiki-Vagrant install party MediaWiki Stakeholders' Group Meet-Up Using EventLogging and Dashboards
12:00: PM Lunch
1:00: PM User-facing feature release Security recommendations for new services State of CI, what we did in 2014
Etherpad
Antoine Musso
1:45: PM Future of Editing Future of CI, what we want to do in 2015
Etherpad
Antoine Musso
Convert extensions to use new Config features
2:30: PM Break
2:45: PM Modern, consistent user experience
3:30: PM After-plenary MediaWiki Farmers user group meetup Documentation – generated & wiki Proposed: Advanced Topics in Browser Test Automation
4:15: PM Front-end Standardization Developing mobile apps! Proposed: Performance and profiling

Tuesday, January 27[edit]

  • 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. - Everyone arrives morning coffee/snacks served
  • 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.: Dev Summit at Mission Bay Center
  • 5 p.m.: Shuttles pick up participants at Mission Bay Center
  • 5:30 p.m.+: Social event @ WMF (3rd floor and North side of 6th floor) with food and drink catered by Old Bus Brewing, music, mingling, and karaoke.
Roberston 1 Robertson 2 Robertson 3 Conference Room 1 Conference Room 2 Conference Room 3
Tuesday 1/27 (200 people theatre) (50 classroom) (50 classroom) (40 theatre) (40 theatre) (24 classroom)
9:00: AM Distribution of MediaWiki and extensions Language and Localization Services BounceHandler extension to handle email bounces
9:45: AM Next steps along the Service Oriented Architecture path
10:30: AM SOA and Operations Introduction to web accessibility for MW devs
Bring headphones if possible
Introduction to design research for product development
11:15: AM Service virtualization, deployment & CI Building websites with MediaWiki + Lua Improving extension management
12:00: PM Lunch
1:00: PM Why MediaWiki slows us down
1:45: PM After-plenary SOA proliferation through specification Wikidata Query Service Proposed: Burning down the house: WTF is a burn down chart and what can it do for me?
2:30: PM Break
2:45: PM Service design goals, issues and infrastructure Update bots to handle Flow boards (workshop) Remote best practices and the role of the backlog
3:30: PM Wrap-up