Wikimedia Developer Summit/2016/T113002

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T113002, T114662, T114640 - This is the session pad for Language: Let's discuss LanguageConverter/per-language URLs/getTargetLanguage, slated to begin at 11:30am on January 5, 2016.

Purpose[edit]

  • Discuss T114662: RFC: per-language URLs for pages of multilingual wikis.
  • Discuss T114640: RFC: make Parser::getTargetLanguage aware of multilingual wikis
  • Discuss plans for long-term support of wikis with language/script variants. T113002

Agenda[edit]

Minutes[edit]

Etherpad[edit]

etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/WikiDev16-T113002

Goals[edit]

  • Agree on plan for reflecting language in URLs
  • Narrow options for long-term support of wikis with language/script variants.

Chronology[edit]

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Session guidelines[edit]

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  • Have productive discussion about topics that need face-to-face time
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  1. Assign meeting roles:
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    • Gatekeeper
    • Scribe
    • Timekeeper
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      • Strawman: exploring one specific solution
      • Field narrowing: narrowing down choices of solution
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      • Education: teaching people about an agreed solution
    • Identify agenda items and guide discussion to stay on topic
    • Redirect participants who begin venting or discussing things that can be done online
  3. Scribe(s): Document the session
  4. Gatekeeper: Actively manage participation
    • Interrupt people if they are dominating the discussion
    • Help people who are having difficulty being heard
    • If the gatekeeper is talking too much, someone else should interrupt them
  5. Timekeeper: Keep track of time left and point out time passing to facilitator
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    • Let people know when a topic has gone over its time
    • Give a warning when 5-10 minutes are left