Votasiòun a 'l Reglamèint EDPModifica
Secònd al spiegasiòun piò tera tera ch'al s à dê al GatoSelvadego chè, a ghe srèv biśògn ch'a vutìsen al Reglamèint EDP, tradòt dala só pàgina corespondèinta ingléśa. Chi è 'd acòrdi, al dìga 'd sè, e vicevèrsa s'al n'l è mìa, al dirà 'd no:
D'acôrdi : --Gloria (discussioni) 07:25, 20 lug 2014 (UTC)
Mi sembra un lavoro ben fatto. Però, per correttezza, non facendo parte della comunità, evito di aggiungere il mio consenso (è una cosa che spetta ai soli utenti di eml). PS: Dato che c'ero ho dato una sistemata al redirect da Wikipedia:EDP (che puntava ad un titolo errato).--GatoSelvadego (discussioni) 08:16, 24 lug 2014 (UTC)
- Vìst ch'a pêr ch'a n's śòunta mìa di èter vōt, a pruarò a 'ndèr a dmandèr a 'l Nemo bis s'al s dà indrē al ptòun "Carga-file" a vèder s'a-j-òm fàt quèl che lò 'l vlìva.. Perchè altrimèinti, pò in mèś a gh'vgnarèv al ferìi e tùt 'l andrèv vluntéra a gambi a l'ària.. A lśaròm quèl che lò 'l s scrivarà... --Gloria (discussioni) 21:44, 28 lug 2014 (UTC)
- Please help translate this message in your language. Thanks :)
Hi, everybody. This is a reminder that we invite you to discuss VisualEditor's recent development and plans ahead during the next office hours with James Forrester (Product Manager):
If you are not able to attend but have a question for James, you can leave your question at mediawiki.org or on my talk page by the day before, and I will try to get a response. We plan to continue these monthly sessions as long as there is community interest, and to announce them through the VisualEditor global newsletter as well (please subscribe your talk page there to get the latest news about the software).
Most of the VisualEditor team will be at Wikimania in London in August! You'll be able to meet the developers during the Hackaton or at the following sessions:
- VisualEditor — helping users edit more easily, Saturday, August 9;
- VisualEditor — engineering against the odds, Sunday, August 10.
WMF community liaisons will share a booth with community advocates at the Community Village and look forward to talking to you there. Thanks for your attention! --User:Elitre (WMF) 16:02, 31 lug 2014 (UTC)
The VisualEditor team is currently working mostly to fix bugs, improve performance, reduce technical debt, and other infrastructure needs. You can find on Mediawiki.org weekly updates detailing recent work.
The biggest visible change since the last newsletter was to the dialog boxes. The design for each dialog box and window was simplified. The most commonly needed buttons are now at the top. Based on user feedback, the buttons are now labeled with simple words (like "Cancel" or "Done") instead of potentially confusing icons (like "<" or "X"). Many of the buttons to edit links, images, and other items now also show the linked page, image name, or other useful information when you click on them.
- Hidden HTML comments (notes visible to editors, but not to readers) can now be read, edited, inserted, and removed. A small icon (a white exclamation mark on a dot) marks the location of each comments. You can click on the icon to see the comment.
- You can now drag and drop text and templates as well as images. A new placement line makes it much easier to see where you are dropping the item. Images can no longer be dropped into the middle of paragraphs.
- All references and footnotes (
<ref>tags) are now made through the "⧼visualeditor-toolbar-cite-label⧽" menu, including the "⧼visualeditor-dialogbutton-reference-tooltip⧽" (manual formatting) footnotes and the ability to re-use an existing citation, both of which were previously accessible only through the "Mèter dèinter" menu. The "⧼visualeditor-dialogbutton-referencelist-tooltip⧽" is still added via the "Mèter dèinter" menu.
- When you add an image or other media file, you are now prompted to add an image caption immediately. You can also replace an image whilst keeping the original caption and other settings.
- All tablet users visiting the mobile web version of Wikipedias will be able to opt-in to a version of VisualEditor from 14 August. You can test the new tool by choosing the beta version of the mobile view in the Settings menu.
- The link tool has a new "Open" button that will open a linked page in another tab so you can make sure a link is the right one.
- The "Cancel" button in the toolbar has been removed based on user testing. To cancel any edit, you can leave the page by clicking the Read tab, the back button in your browser, or closing the browser window without saving your changes.
The team posts details about planned work on the VisualEditor roadmap. The VisualEditor team plans to add auto-fill features for citations soon. Your ideas about making referencing quick and easy are still wanted. Support for upright image sizes is being developed. The designers are also working on support for adding rows and columns to tables. Work to support Internet Explorer is ongoing.
The Editing team will be making two presentations this weekend at Wikimania in London. The first is with product manager James Forrester and developer Trevor Parscal on Saturday at 16:30. The second is with developers Roan Kattouw and Trevor Parscal on Sunday at 12:30. There is a VisualEditor Translation Sprint going on during Wikimania; whether you're in London or not, any contributions are welcome!
Please share your questions, suggestions, or problems by posting a note at the VisualEditor feedback page or by joining the office hours discussion on Thursday, 14 August 2014 at 09:00 UTC (daytime for Europe, Middle East and Asia) or on Thursday, 18 September 2014 at 16:00 UTC (daytime for the Americas; evening for Europe).
If you'd like to get this newsletter on your own page (about once a month), please subscribe at w:en:Wikipedia:VisualEditor/Newsletter for English Wikipedia only or at Meta for any project. Thank you! --Elitre (WMF), 14:40, 9 ago 2014 (UTC)
IMPORTANTE: revisione dell'attività dell'amministratoreModifica
Salve. Recentemente la comunità globale ha adottato un nuovo regolamento riguardante la rimozione di "diritti avanzati" (amministratori, burocrati, ecc), della cui discussione la tua comunità aveva ricevuto notizia. Secondo queste regole, gli stewards stanno rivedendo le attività degli amministratori nelle wiki più piccole. Per quello che sappiamo, la tua wiki non ha un procedimento formale per togliere i "diritti avanzati" dagli account inattivi. Questo significa che gli stewards si occuperanno di questo aspetto secondo le nuove regole dell'attività di amministratore che si applicano qui.
Abbiamo determinato che i seguenti utenti rispondono ai criteri di inattività (assenza di contributi e azioni di registro per più di due anni):
- Babba (amministratore)
- Ottaviano II (amministratore)
Questi utenti riceveranno presto una notifica, che chiederà loro di iniziare una discussione comunitaria se vogliono conservare i loro diritti o alcuni di essi. Se gli utenti non risponderanno, i loro diritti avanzati saranno rimossi dagli steward.
Tuttavia, se la tua comunità volesse creare un proprio regolamento in materia rimpiazzando quello globale, prendere un'altra decisione riguardo a questi titolari inattivi di diritti o ha già un regolamento di cui non eravamo a conoscenza, per favore informi gli steward su Meta-Wiki e sapremo di non dover procedere con la revisione dei diritti sulla tua wiki. Grazie, Rschen7754 03:28, 17 ago 2014 (UTC)
Letter petitioning WMF to reverse recent decisionsModifica
The Wikimedia Foundation recently created a new feature, "superprotect" status. The purpose is to prevent pages from being edited by elected administrators -- but permitting WMF staff to edit them. It has been put to use in only one case: to protect the deployment of the Media Viewer software on German Wikipedia, in defiance of a clear decision of that community to disable the feature by default, unless users decide to enable it.
If you oppose these actions, please add your name to this letter. If you know non-Wikimedians who support our vision for the free sharing of knowledge, and would like to add their names to the list, please ask them to sign an identical version of the letter on change.org.
- Oh, oh, a-j-ò catê chi faciutèin chè:
Process ideas for software developmentModifica
’’My apologies for writing in English.’’
I am notifying you that a brainstorming session has been started on Meta to help the Wikimedia Foundation increase and better affect community participation in software development across all wiki projects. Basically, how can you be more involved in helping to create features on Wikimedia projects? We are inviting all interested users to voice their ideas on how communities can be more involved and informed in the product development process at the Wikimedia Foundation. It would be very appreciated if you could translate this message to help inform your local communities as well.
I and the rest of my team welcome you to participate. We hope to see you on Meta.
Grants to improve your projectModifica
- Apologies for English. Please help translate this message.
Greetings! The Individual Engagement Grants program is accepting proposals for funding new experiments from September 1st to 30th. Your idea could improve Wikimedia projects with a new tool or gadget, a better process to support community-building on your wiki, research on an important issue, or something else we haven't thought of yet. Whether you need $200 or $30,000 USD, Individual Engagement Grants can cover your own project development time in addition to hiring others to help you.
Change in renaming processModifica
Part or all of this message may be in English. Please help translate if possible.
VisualEditor available on Internet Explorer 11Modifica
VisualEditor will become available to users of Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 during today's regular software update. Support for some earlier versions of Internet Explorer is being worked on. If you encounter problems with VisualEditor on Internet Explorer, please contact the Editing team by leaving a message at VisualEditor/Feedback on Mediawiki.org. Happy editing, Elitre (WMF) 07:29, 11 set 2014 (UTC).
PS. Please subscribe to the global monthly newsletter to receive further news about VisualEditor.
VisualEditor News #8—2014Modifica
09:49, 13 ott 2014 (UTC)
Meta RfCs on two new global groupsModifica
There are currently requests for comment open on meta to create two new global groups. The first is a group for members of the OTRS permissions queue, which would grant them autopatrolled rights on all wikis except those who opt-out. That proposal can be found at m:Requests for comment/Creation of a global OTRS-permissions user group. The second is a group for Wikimedia Commons admins and OTRS agents to view deleted file pages through the 'viewdeletedfile' right on all wikis except those who opt-out. The second proposal can be found at m:Requests for comment/Global file deletion review.
We would like to hear what you think on both proposals. Both are in English; if you wanted to translate them into your native language that would also be appreciated.
It is possible for individual projects to opt-out, so that users in those groups do not have any additional rights on those projects. To do this please start a local discussion, and if there is consensus you can request to opt-out of either or both at m:Stewards' noticeboard.Thanks and regards, Ajraddatz (talk) 18:04, 26 ott 2014 (UTC)
New Wikipedia Library Accounts Now Available (November 2014)Modifica
Apologies for writing in English, please help translate this into your local language. Hello Wikimedians!
- DeGruyter: 1000 new accounts for English and German-language research. Sign up on one of two language Wikipedias:
- Fold3: 100 new accounts for American history and military archives
- Scotland's People: 100 new accounts for Scottish genealogy database
- British Newspaper Archive: expanded by 100+ accounts for British newspapers
- Highbeam: 100+ remaining accounts for newspaper and magazine archives
- Questia: 100+ remaining accounts for journal and social science articles
- JSTOR: 100+ remaining accounts for journal archives
Do better research and help expand the use of high quality references across Wikipedia projects: sign up today!
--The Wikipedia Library Team.23:20, 5 Nov 2014 (UTC)
AbuseFilter is a MediaWiki extension used to detect likely abusive behavior patterns, like pattern vandalism and spam. In 2013, Global AbuseFilters were enabled on a limited set of wikis including Meta-Wiki, MediaWiki.org, Wikispecies and (in early 2014) all the "small wikis". Recently, global abuse filters were enabled on "medium sized wikis" as well. These filters are currently managed by stewards on Meta-Wiki and have shown to be very effective in preventing mass spam attacks across Wikimedia projects. However, there is currently no policy on how the global AbuseFilters will be managed although there are proposals. There is an ongoing request for comment on policy governing the use of the global AbuseFilters. In the meantime, specific wikis can opt out of using the global AbuseFilter. These wikis can simply add a request to this list on Meta-Wiki. More details can be found on this page at Meta-Wiki. If you have any questions, feel free to ask on m:Talk:Global AbuseFilter.
— 17:34, 14 Nov 2014 (UTC)
VisualEditor News #9—2014Modifica
23:29, 14 Nov 2014 (UTC)
New Wikipedia Library Accounts Now Available (December 2014)Modifica
Apologies for writing in English, please help translate this into your local language. Hello Wikimedians!
The Wikipedia Library is announcing signups today for, free, full-access accounts to published research as part of our Publisher Donation Program. You can sign up for new accounts and research materials from:
- Elsevier - science and medicine journals and books
- Royal Society of Chemistry - chemistry journals
- Pelican Books - ebook monographs
- Public Catalogue Foundation- art books
Other partnerships with accounts available are listed on our partners page. Do better research and help expand the use of high quality references across Wikipedia projects: sign up today!
--The Wikipedia Library Team.00:23, 18 Dec 2014 (UTC)
VisualEditor News #10—2014Modifica
18:59, 26 Dec 2014 (UTC)