I want to contribute to this project but have some queries how do I start...?
I want to contribute to this project but have some queries how do I start...?
I want to contribute to this project but have some queries how do I start also are good first task are good, can you provide your email.
Hello, Great to hear it! We are in need for active developers like never before. First step is definitely to get yourself more familiar with Huggle itself. That means install it and use it. Maybe you figure out it's not as cool project as you anticipated. Here is the landing page for users: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Huggle . Once you are familiar with Huggle, then here is the phabricator list of open tasks https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/query/qCXs.CiDoJGl/ and here is the repository with code itself: https://github.com/huggle/huggle3-qt-lx before you start working on coding, you will need to setup your developer environment so that you are actually able to compile Huggle. Our developer wiki is your friend:
Let me know if you have any other questions! I am also on IRC #huggle on freenode but, I am only randomly online.
Okay no problem. I am in the way to clone the repo and work on it currently working on the requirements, if I am not landed on wrong page then here it is: https://github.com/huggle/huggle3-qt-lx/wiki/Building-on-Windows
Very happy to hear that I am at my place of interest now. I will let you know when I am ready with my ideas.
OK, keep in mind that Windows is most "hostile" environment out here for this developer environment setup, so it may be a bit of struggle to get it to compile there. You will need Visual Studio (community edition is enough), CMake, and Qt5 with WebEngine installed. Getting it to compile on Windows requires advanced knowledge of C++ and MSVC compiler suite. If you don't have that I would recommend to work in Linux VirtualBox instead, as that's much easier to setup.
I have worked on visual studio, CMake and Qt5. Okay I'll try to compile it on windows if failed then will switch to Linux VirtualBox.
I'm contacting you, as your project is featured on the New Developers page! :) Would you be interested in mentoring a project in the Outreachy Round 15? If so, here is what you might be interested in learning about:
Learn more about the accepted projects from previous round.
The Extension:MultiUpload page says that you've taken over maintenance of that extension from Tderouin, who has abandoned it. I'm very unclear how this process works, and I'm confused. I applied a while back to maintain this extension, and successfully had a git repo created for that, so I thought I was the maintainer, though I haven't made time to work on it yet.
My intention was to check in a completely new piece of code in place of the existing extension, since I've written a new MultiUpload interface as part of a different project. Here's a demo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4d90Tt5EGAc
Do you want to do something different with MultiUpload? Would it be better for me to create a new, separate extension and leave MultiUpload to you?
Sorry, I didn't see this message, you can do whatever you want with that extension, you can even become the maintainer if you wish.
Your recent page move from API:Recentchanges to API:RecentChanges breaks the convention of other pages. We're not using the internal name, as far as I know, we're using the command. Take, for example, API:Usercontribs, which is not only lower-case, but if we were using the internal name, would actually just be "Contributions" once you strip off the "ApiQuery". Or were you referring to a different internal name that I'm not thinking of?
i want to change my username. could you proceed it?
Why do you make a disconnect form SUL and why didnt you change my username globaly?
He can't. You must do this on all wikis, sorry :'(. Extension:CentralAuth does not support global renames.
The question I have is here, and I though you might be able to help with it.
I just replied to you at Project:Requests.
Hi Petrb. I remember that awhile ago, you advertised the Wikimedia Labs project on the en.wikipedia adminstrator's noticeboard. Is it still possible to obtain an account on labs? I left a message for Ryan Lane here, but it doesn't look like he has been very active on this wiki.
Hello, if you can access irc, please join #wikimedia-labs and type !accountreq in case you can't, please send him a mail, you can use interface of this wiki, to do that
Thanks, Ryan just set me up with an account. If it's not too much trouble, and when you have time, could you do me one more favor? Could you set up a bot instance (or add me to) for me with the java virtual machine and java development kit installed? Thanks!
Hello bots-3 and bots-5 is perfect for you, just type ssh bots-N to get access there.
Please keep in mind that bots-1 - and bots-2 are heavily loaded now
Dear User talk:Petrb/An important message about renaming users,
I am cross-posting this message to many places to make sure everyone who is a Wikimedia Foundation project bureaucrat receives a copy. If you are a bureaucrat on more than one wiki, you will receive this message on each wiki where you are a bureaucrat.
As you may have seen, work to perform the Wikimedia cluster-wide single-user login finalisation (SUL finalisation) is taking place. This may potentially effect your work as a local bureaucrat, so please read this message carefully.
Why is this happening? As currently stated at the global rename policy, a global account is a name linked to a single user across all Wikimedia wikis, with local accounts unified into a global collection. Previously, the only way to rename a unified user was to individually rename every local account. This was an extremely difficult and time-consuming task, both for stewards and for the users who had to initiate discussions with local bureaucrats (who perform local renames to date) on every wiki with available bureaucrats. The process took a very long time, since it's difficult to coordinate crosswiki renames among the projects and bureaucrats involved in individual projects.
The SUL finalisation will be taking place in stages, and one of the first stages will be to turn off Special:RenameUser locally. This needs to be done as soon as possible, on advice and input from Stewards and engineers for the project, so that no more accounts that are unified globally are broken by a local rename to usurp the global account name. Once this is done, the process of global name unification can begin. The date that has been chosen to turn off local renaming and shift over to entirely global renaming is 15 September 2014, or three weeks time from now. In place of local renames is a new tool, hosted on Meta, that allows for global renames on all wikis where the name is not registered will be deployed.
Your help is greatly needed during this process and going forward in the future if, as a bureaucrat, renaming users is something that you do or have an interest in participating in. The Wikimedia Stewards have set up, and are in charge of, a new community usergroup on Meta in order to share knowledge and work together on renaming accounts globally, called Global renamers. Stewards are in the process of creating documentation to help global renamers to get used to and learn more about global accounts and tools and Meta in general as well as the application format. As transparency is a valuable thing in our movement, the Stewards would like to have at least a brief public application period. If you are an experienced renamer as a local bureaucrat, the process of becoming a part of this group could take as little as 24 hours to complete. You, as a bureaucrat, should be able to apply for the global renamer right on Meta by the requests for global permissions page on 1 September, a week from now.
In the meantime please update your local page where users request renames to reflect this move to global renaming, and if there is a rename request and the user has edited more than one wiki with the name, please send them to the request page for a global rename.
Stewards greatly appreciate the trust local communities have in you and want to make this transition as easy as possible so that the two groups can start working together to ensure everyone has a unique login identity across Wikimedia projects. Completing this project will allow for long-desired universal tools like a global watchlist, global notifications and many, many more features to make work easier.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the SUL finalisation, read over the Help:Unified login page on Meta and leave a note on the talk page there, or on the talk page for global renamers. You can also contact me on my talk page on meta if you would like. I'm working as a bridge between Wikimedia Foundation Engineering and Product Development, Wikimedia Stewards, and you to assure that SUL finalisation goes as smoothly as possible; this is a community-driven process and I encourage you to work with the Stewards for our communities.