[Mediawiki-i18n] Translate extension design walkthrough
pginer at wikimedia.org
Wed Feb 27 16:21:52 UTC 2013
The YouTube link for the event is http://youtu.be/EQgaafveZ_U
In a few minutes this will become into a live streaming that allow you to
view the event live from any YouTube-capable device.
Later, the same link will contain the recording of the session.
Please. let me know if anyone is also interested in joining as an
On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 2:17 PM, Pau Giner <pginer at wikimedia.org> wrote:
> The Language Engineering team is in the process of redesigning the Translate
> extension <http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Translate>.
> The Translate extension turns MediaWiki into a localisation platform, and
> it is used in Meta-Wiki, mediawiki.org and a few other Wikimedia wikis,
> as well as other opensource projects, to make them available in multiple
> We are planning to do a walkthrough for the latest revision of the designs
> Since the extension is used by many different projects and users, we want
> to make this meeting open to get feedback from anyone interested.
> So we welcome you to join us in the discussion:
> *When.* Wednesday 27 of February at 8:30 PST (San Francisco), 16:30 UTC
> (UK), 17:30 CET (most of Europe), and 22:00 IST (India).
> *What.* During the meeting we'll discuss information from our design
> and the current implementation available at translatewiki.net<http://translatewiki.net/w/i.php?title=Special:Translate&tux=1>.
> Feel free to take a look to the docs or try the new UI before the event.
> *How* to participate. The event will be broadcasted using Google Hangouts
> On Air, so that it can be seen live or accessed later. We'll share the URL
> as the event approaches. The #mediawiki-i18n IRC channel will be used to
> get questions from the audience.
> If you are interested in entering the hangout for a face-to-face
> participation, you can ping me and I'll send an invite as long as there are
> free seats remaining.
> Pau Giner
> Interaction Designer
> Wikimedia Foundation
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