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Reusing references: Can we look over your shoulder?[beoarbaidje Wältext]

Apologies for writing in English.

The Technical Wishes team at Wikimedia Deutschland is planning to make reusing references easier. For our research, we are looking for wiki contributors willing to show us how they are interacting with references.

  • The format will be a 1-hour video call, where you would share your screen. More information here.
  • Interviews can be conducted in English, German or Dutch.
  • Compensation is available.
  • Sessions will be held in January and February.
  • Sign up here if you are interested.
  • Please note that we probably won’t be able to have sessions with everyone who is interested. Our UX researcher will try to create a good balance of wiki contributors, e.g. in terms of wiki experience, tech experience, editing preferences, gender, disability and more. If you’re a fit, she will reach out to you to schedule an appointment.

We’re looking forward to seeing you, Thereza Mengs (WMDE)

Feminism and Folklore 2024[beoarbaidje Wältext]

Hilf bitte mit, in deine Sprache zu übersetzen

Dear Wiki Community,

You are humbly invited to organize the Feminism and Folklore 2024 writing competition from February 1, 2023, to March 31, 2023 on your local Wikipedia. This year, Feminism and Folklore will focus on feminism, women's issues, and gender-focused topics for the project, with a Wiki Loves Folklore gender gap focus and a folk culture theme on Wikipedia.

You can help Wikipedia's coverage of folklore from your area by writing or improving articles about things like folk festivals, folk dances, folk music, women and queer folklore figures, folk game athletes, women in mythology, women warriors in folklore, witches and witch hunting, fairy tales, and more. Users can help create new articles, expand or translate from a generated list of suggested articles.

Organisers are requested to work on the following action items to sign up their communities for the project:

  1. Create a page for the contest on the local wiki.
  2. Set up a campaign on CampWiz tool.
  3. Create the local list and mention the timeline and local and international prizes.
  4. Request local admins for site notice.
  5. Link the local page and the CampWiz link on the meta project page.

This year, the Wiki Loves Folklore Tech Team has introduced two new tools to enhance support for the campaign. These tools include the Article List Generator by Topic and CampWiz. The Article List Generator by Topic enables users to identify articles on the English Wikipedia that are not present in their native language Wikipedia. Users can customize their selection criteria, and the tool will present a table showcasing the missing articles along with suggested titles. Additionally, users have the option to download the list in both CSV and wikitable formats. Notably, the CampWiz tool will be employed for the project for the first time, empowering users to effectively host the project with a jury. Both tools are now available for use in the campaign. Click here to access these tools

Learn more about the contest and prizes on our project page. Feel free to contact us on our meta talk page or by email us if you need any assistance.

We look forward to your immense coordination.

Thank you and Best wishes,

Feminism and Folklore 2024 International Team

Stay connected  

--MediaWiki message delivery (Diskussion) 07:26, 18. Jan 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]

Wiki Loves Folklore is back![beoarbaidje Wältext]

Hilf bitte mit, in deine Sprache zu übersetzen

Dear Wiki Community, You are humbly invited to participate in the Wiki Loves Folklore 2024 an international photography contest organized on Wikimedia Commons to document folklore and intangible cultural heritage from different regions, including, folk creative activities and many more. It is held every year from the 1st till the 31st of March.

You can help in enriching the folklore documentation on Commons from your region by taking photos, audios, videos, and submitting them in this commons contest.

You can also organize a local contest in your country and support us in translating the project pages to help us spread the word in your native language.

Feel free to contact us on our project Talk page if you need any assistance.

Kind regards,

Wiki loves Folklore International Team

-- MediaWiki message delivery (Diskussion) 07:26, 18. Jan 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]

Abstimmung über die Satzung des Koordinationskomitees des universellen Verhaltenskodex[beoarbaidje Wältext]

Du findest diese Nachricht in weitere Sprachen übersetzt im Meta-Wiki. Hilf bitte mit, in deine Sprache zu übersetzen

Hallo allerseits,

ich melde mich heute bei euch, um anzukündigen, dass die Abstimmungsphase für die Satzung des Koordinationskomitees des universellen Verhaltenskodex (U4C) begonnen hat. Communitymitglieder können ab sofort bis zum 2. Februar 2024 über SecurePoll ihre Stimme abgeben und Kommentare zur Satzung hinterlassen. Diejenigen von euch, die ihre Meinung bereits bei der Entwicklung der UCoC-Durchsetzungsleitlinien abgegeben haben, kennen diesen Prozess schon.

Die aktuelle Version der Satzung des Koordinationskomittes des universellen Verhaltenskodex steht im Meta-Wiki mit Übersetzungen zur Verfügung.

Lies die Satzung, stimm ab und teile diese Nachricht mit anderen aus deiner Community! Das U4C-Aufbaukomitee freut sich wirklich auf eure Beteiligung.

Für das UCoC-Projektteam,

RamzyM (WMF) 18:08, 19. Jan 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]

Die letzten Tage zur Abstimmung über das Koordinationskomitee des universellen Verhaltenskodex[beoarbaidje Wältext]

Du findest diese Nachricht in weitere Sprachen übersetzt im Meta-Wiki. Hilf bitte mit, in deine Sprache zu übersetzen

Hallo allerseits,

ich melde mich bei euch, um daran zu erinnern, dass die Abstimmungsphase über die Satzung des Koordinationskomitees des universellen Verhaltenskodex (U4C) am 2. Februar 2024 zu Ende ist. Communitymitglieder können über SecurePoll ihre Stimme abgeben und Kommentare zur Satzung hinterlassen. Diejenigen unter euch, die sich während der Entwicklung der UCoC-Durchsetzungsleitlinien zu Wort gemeldet haben, kennen diesen Prozess bereits.

Die aktuelle Version der Satzung des Koordinationskomittes des universellen Verhaltenskodex steht im Meta-Wiki mit Übersetzungen zur Verfügung.

Lies die Satzung, stimm ab und teile diese Nachricht mit anderen aus deiner Community! Das U4C-Aufbaukomitee freut sich wirklich auf eure Beteiligung.

Für das UCoC-Projektteam,

RamzyM (WMF) 17:00, 31. Jan 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]

Ergebnisse der Abstimmung über die Satzung des UCoC-Koordinationskomitees[beoarbaidje Wältext]

Diese Nachricht liegt auf Meta-Wiki auch in weitere Sprachen übersetzt vor. Hilf bitte mit, in deine Sprache zu übersetzen

Hallo allerseits,

danke für das Interesse an der Entwicklung des universellen Verhaltenskodex. Ich möchte hiermit die Ergebnisse der Abstimmung zur Ratifizierung der Satzung des UCoC-Koordinationskomitees ankündigen. 1746 Beitragende haben an dieser Abstimmung teilgenommen, wovon 1249 Abstimmende der Satzung zustimmen und 420 Abstimmende sie ablehnen. Im Rahmen der Ratifizierung war es Abstimmenden möglich, Kommentare zur Satzung abzugeben.

Ein Bericht mit Statistiken zur Abstimmung und einer Zusammenfassung der Kommentare wird in den kommenden Wochen im Meta-Wiki veröffentlicht werden.

Wir werden bald über die nächsten Schritte berichten!

Für das UCoC-Projektteam

RamzyM (WMF) 18:24, 12. Feb 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]

Enabling machine translation support, Section and Content translation tools in your Wikipedia[beoarbaidje Wältext]

Hallo Saterland Frisian Wikipedians!

Apologies as this message is not in your language, Hilf bitte mit, in deine Sprache zu übersetzen.

The WMF Language team plans to enable the Section and Content translation tools to Saterland Frisian Wikipedia by default. Also, the team is considering adding machine translation (MT) support with MinT to the tools. MinT may be providing limited support for your language, so we want to make sure it is useful for the community. For this, my team would like members of your community to:

  • Test the machine translation support in a test instance. You can paste multiple pieces of content from different Wikipedia articles and check whether the provided result is a useful starting point for a translation.
  • Give us feedback if the machine translation quality is okay to be on your Wikipedia by default, as an optional service or if it is not useful at all.
  • Let us know if you have any objections to having the Section and Content translation enabled by default in this Wikipedia.

Below is background information about the tools and how you can test them.

Background information

Content Translation has been a successful tool for editors to create content in their language. Since its release in 2015, the tool has aided the translation of more than one million articles across all languages. However, the tool is in beta in Saterland Frisian Wikipedia, limiting its discoverability and use. Being in beta also blocks enabling the Section translation in your Wikipedia.

Section Translation extends the capabilities of Content Translation to support mobile devices. On mobile, the tool will:

  • Guide you to translate one section at a time to expand existing articles or create new ones
  • Make it easy to transfer knowledge across languages anytime from your mobile device

MinT (Machine in Translation) is a machine translation service hosted in the Wikimedia Infrastructure. It is designed to provide translations from many MT models. The model available for your Wikipedia is the MADLAD-400 open-source translation model.

Our request

The MADLAD-400 MT is available for your Wiki in our test instance. We want you to test it (translate sentences and paragraphs from articles) in our test instance:https://translate.wmcloud.org. Let us know in this thread if the quality of the automatic translation generated is okay to enable it in Saterland Frisian Wikipedia along with the Section and Content translation tool.

Our plans to enable the tools and the machine translation support

We plan to deploy the tools with the MT support by the 4th of March. If there are no objections from your community, we will deploy them. We want to provide the tools in the way they best serve the community, so we are open to make further adjustments after the deployment based on the experience of the community.

We look forward to getting your feedback in this thread. Thank you!

On behalf of the WMF Language team.

UOzurumba (WMF) (Diskussion) 23:02, 14. Feb 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]

@User:UOzurumba (WMF) Thanks for your idea taking Sater Frisian into account. But I'm afraid, the corpus of ~ 4.000 articles is too small for machine translation. In a few cases it might work, but in general not. And we don't have the power to proofread whatever may be written with this tool. Just my2cents --Murma174 (Diskussion) 22:00, 16. Feb 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]
Hello @Murma174,
Thank you for your feedback. The essence of the initial machine translation is to aid translators as a starting point and help them more efficiently translate articles. Suppose you have tried using the machine translation support (translating sentences and paragraphs from articles) in our test instance:https://translate.wmcloud.org. In that case, the quality is not acceptable, which will impose much work on administrators and yield poor-quality articles. In that case, we would not enable it for your community, as our goal is to support you and provide you with what you need to translate efficiently.
If the above is the case, your community will only have the Content translation and Section translation tool by default without MinT translation support in a few days. UOzurumba (WMF) (Diskussion) 16:39, 29. Feb 2024 (UTC)Beantworten[Beantworten]