Not done (will never be done, because there will always be a need for Threads hat need "long time and hard work")
Threads that need "long time and hard work" will not be archived, but moved to Test-Scratch-Wiki_talk:Community_Portal/Not_Done (or Shortcut: S:CPND). Actually you can read and continue following threads there:
ToDo Table Updated: New Lines + Columns
I added a few lines and columns to or Test-Scratch-Wiki:To-Do.
@All: Please have a look where you can fill in your name or other information. We could also Link certain ToDos-lines to CP-Sections, were the ToDos are discussed. Mtwoll (talk) 15:20, 8 November 2015 (MET)
Essential Tasks before going public official
We should define which Task of our S:ToDo are essential before going public. As Fra:Scratch_Wiki_Accueil shows we are already "kind of in-official public" and I am happy that user:Smrman is so active in the French Scratch Wiki (with help of user:Lederniersamourai and user:LiFaytheGoblin, see: Test-Scratch-Wikis#List of Test Wikis).
So should we tell everybody that they can start? Or do you think there are some points at S:ToDo that must be finished before that? Which? And who will take responsibility for that points (doing it himself or searching until somebody is found who can do it)? What do you think?
- The blocks plugin is already updated, and we have since added several more help pages. Hence, this topic seems done. Is that try Mtwoll? ErnieParke (talk) 13:43, 26 February 2016 (MET)
Non-english languages only in Namspaced Articles!
I saw that sombody changed Help:Contents (that's linked to the Main-menue!) to italien language (perhaps by accident?). It is very important that we use non-english language only in "Namspaced"-Articles, so Ita:Help:Contents would be allright. We should search a solution how to make also the help-menu "forign language friendly". What do you think? Mtwoll (talk)
- And Help:Welcome. What do you mean foreign language friendly? Do you mean a sidebar more obvious so people won't accidently do what happened above? KrIsMa (talk) 07:14, 3 January 2016 (MET)
Yes! I think i found a solution by transfering the italien translations to separate articles made separate Italien-Sub-Menus for it in the MediaWiki:Sidebar and changed the overwritten articles back to its old english versions:
- Ita:Test Scratch Wiki Home (was at Test_Scratch_Wiki_Home)
- Ita:Pagina Iniziale (got a new menu-point, because Ita:Test Scratch Wiki Home replaced it's old menu-point
- Ita:Help:Contents (was at Help:Contents)
- Ita:Aiuto:Benvenuto (was at Help:Welcome)
- Ita:Portale_Comunità (I made it new because I think the italien people need a separate Portal for italien discussions, a porblem occurred with the name Ita:Portale Comunità/Header because template-pages at "non template namespaces" behave something special, now it works but only because I moved it to Scratch_Wiki_talk:Italien_Portale_Comunità/Header)
I also made a kind of "Translation Menubar (as a first try) at the top of the pages. We should have a more professional template for that...I'm also not sure if this is the right way (Interwiki? But that doesn't work because of language-spaces...)
Please care for your userpages!
Not done - Not all userpages look really convincing here
Could you all create or tell the other authors to create their userpages? I know that many of you have already great userpages at your homewiki, but if we get more and more authors here, well done userpages of the other authors could make them feel more comfortable. I saw that there were many empty userpages and deleted them all to have red links again at Special:ListUsers if there is no content. Mtwoll (talk) 11:41, 3 January 2016 (MET)
- Agreed!AghaCool (talk) 16:56, 4 January 2016 (MET)
Could integrated Google Translate help us?
Not done - waiting for Feedback
- I don't think a translate feature will really help at all, even though it might help people from languages that we don't support yet. ErnieParke (talk) 23:23, 21 January 2016 (MET)
- As I recall, a requirement for starting your own wiki is that you are a native speaker of your language - Google Translate is not a substitute for actually knowing the language. I don't think integrated Google Translate should be a thing here.
└─post by kenny2scratch (talk|contribs) 07:40, 4 November 2017 (UTC)
Can we update out favicon?
Done - Who of our (FTP/Sysop)-Admins (see here) does it?
Hi everyone! I am here with some good news: The Scratchblocks extension is now installed on the Test Wiki! That means you can write scratchblocks code in any article. The really good news is that you can use many languages, not just English. The full supported list is here:
ja, pl, he, fr, ca, ru, es, id, it, ko, de, nb, tr, zh_CN, pt, nl, el
Here is an example:
define dance (speed) gehe (10) er-schritt borrar // Comentario attendre (1) secondes répéter indéfiniment dire (numero a caso tra (1) e (10)) per (2) secondi assigna a [testing v] el valor  end
- You win the awesome-award of the month! - LiFaytheGoblin (Talk|Contributions) 23:28, 21 January 2016 (MET)
Community Portal must be archived + used + internationalized
Not done - Who does it?
While adding Done and Not done I found out, that we urgently need a CP-Archive: The CP is already much to long and so demotivates our authors from reading and using it.
- Who could build and demo-use a CP-Archive and use it like in the en:SWT:CP?
- Who could tell/teach our international wiki-newbee-authors how to use the CP, so we get them in communication here?
- Who could build up and make a start to the foreign language CP's like Ita:Portale_Comunità?
Do we need the German and Indonesian Demo Wiki Links in the Sidebar?
- I agree. Having both of them is a bit cluttering. ErnieParke (talk) 17:49, 19 February 2016 (MET)
Communication-culture in the international Scratch-Wiki CPs
I think we urgently must find a way to establish this Community Portal for questions and discussions concerning the international Wikis (Test-Wiki but also the existing other wikis). And we must also establish the CPs of the other languages like Ita:Portale_Comunità and Spa:Portal_de_la_comunidad. I think the international wikis would grow better in quality and quantity, if we could establish a communication-culture here, like there is one at en:Scratch_Wiki_talk:Community_Portal. What do you think? Is that true? And if: How could we go it? Mtwoll (talk) 17:40, 25 February 2016 (MET)
- Yes, that definitely be helpful. The question is, how do we encourage a culture like that? Also, is fragmenting the CP at a time like this a good idea? If we have a separate CP for each language, then I imagine the individual CP might not be used much. If they are used, that is great, but will they be used? ErnieParke (talk) 13:46, 26 February 2016 (MET)
Activate our new user?
If you have a look at Special:ListUsers you see that that we have many useres that didn't any contribute jet and even did not edit their user-profile. We must get better! How?`Your Suggestions? Mtwoll (talk) 18:05, 25 February 2016 (MET)
- I have a good idea. Threaten to delete their accounts if they don`t become more active and edit pages. :D -MysteryMaker- (talk) 08:18, 26 February 2016 (MET)
I don't think that this is a good idea because I think they are not editing because they don't know how. So coaching them could help more than threatening them. But what do you others think? Mtwoll (talk) 23:53, 26 February 2016 (MET)
My Turkish Test Wiki
Hi everyone! I was wondering if Turkish Scratch Wiki Home could possibly be added to the list of Test Wikis on the side bar. It is already added on the Test Wikis page but I would like it to be added to the side bar under Test! Thanks! -MysteryMaker- (talk) 08:16, 26 February 2016 (MET)
Tools - Email This User - Not Working
Hi everyone! I thought I should notify you that the Email This User tool is not working.
I emailed LiFaytheGoblin earlier today using the Email This User feature/tool. I then left a message on her talk page saying that I requested for a copy of the email sent to me and I have not yet had it sent to me. When LiFaytheGoblin saw the message I put on her talk page, she said that she hasn`t received an email either. It was since then that I have figured out that the Email This User tool is broken. I then tested it out from me, to me. I have not received an email. It is obvious that the Email This User tool is officially broken.
This feature is also broken on the English Wiki and quite possibly on all the other real Wikis too. I personally think that this needs to be fixed now. Also, while the tool is getting fixed, I suggest we take it off of the Tools sidebar on the Test Wiki so no users try to use it and then complain for the long wait for a reply.
- I will put this on the Jenda of a long next scratch club discussion, hope we find an app man who can care for all this, see de:SC. Mtwoll (talk) 23:58, 26 February 2016 (MET)
- As we discussed yesterday, this feature will be permanently disabled on the Test Wiki for security reasons. It appears not to be broken on the english wiki, apparently it is disabled there too. - LiFaytheGoblin (Talk|Contributions) 11:55, 1 March 2016 (MET)
Please ask more questions here :-)
I just had a Online-Conference with user:Agaddone and user:LindaIerardi and found out that there are many questions about the international Scratch-Wiks and the Test-Scratch-Wiki that they had. It was a pleasure to answer that questions and to help them to get a big step forward. Please: If somebody of you has any questions ask them her ein the Test-Scratch-Wikis Community-Portal. It's not only important for you and your language-community getting the answers but it also could be a big help for people of other language-communities: We should start making a FAQ about that question and I just start here: International-Scratch-Wiki-FAQ
Changes at the top of almost every page, including Homepages
Smrman wrote me following message at my talkpage and I think it's important enough to copy our conversation in our community-portal because all other might have the same question. Mtwoll (talk) 22:11, 4 May 2016 (MEST)
- Hello Smrman,
- I did not change the homepage of your wiki, only the "Switch Language" Template at the top, that is now a "Translate Template" and should be used at all pages of Test-Scratch-Wikis. It will vanish later when your Fra:Scratch Wiki Accueil will be a Real Scratch-Wiki, it's only for helping the translators here.
- At the Homepage of every Test-Wiki it will look like below, to have a good entrance-point for everybody:
- And at any other page it will look like below, just to make translating more easy.
- Excuse me for the inconvenience, I was just working at template:Translate and when I got a phonecall I forgot to switch it back to a working version: Because it's used at most pages it looked horrible, but now I switched it back. Excuse me for the shocking "first contact" with that template: After that I decided not to work directly anymore at such an often-used template like template:Translate. Instead of that I will test test it before and only change it, when the test shows that it works. (I use Template:Translate/test and Test:Scratch_Wiki_Home for testing)
- Additionally I already connected your Wiki with the DE: where Fra:Scratch Wiki Accueil and Spa:Scratch_Wiki_Español are now connected like Interwikis. I will try to do that with all other Scratch Wikis too, when one of the test-wikis seems to be ready for that. The French-Scratch-Wiki is nearest to that point I think. Thank you very much for your great work there!
- The last few days I invested a lot of work to make navigating and translating better in the Test-Wiki and to create International-Scratch-Wiki-FAQ. I hope you'll like the result.
- Mtwoll (talk) 21:10, 4 May 2016 (MEST)
Some of the international authors are very productive, but most of them do not know much about working at a wiki and will loose faith when working there alone. Perhaps it would be helpful, if everybody of the active international wikians would have a guide to help and motivate him: So feel free to contact our inactive authors for example by going to their Scratch-User profile and start a conversation like:
|“||You did start editing the <one language> Scratch-Wiki at <http://test.scratch-wiki.info/wiki/Fr:Scratch_Wiki_Accueil> Wouldn't you like to continue? I am an author of the English Scratch Wiki and would like to help you build up your Scratch Wiki by showing you how wiki-things like templates, categories, cp, discussion and so on work at the English wiki, so you can start doing it in your language.
What do you think?"
in en:CP-Thread about "Getting International Scratch Wiki Coach" we have three Wikians that where interested to help here but they didn't start here:
- TheHockeyist (scratch user, contribs, talk) - from USA & english Scratch Wiki
- Mathfreak231 (scratch user, contribs, talk) - from USA & english Scratch Wiki
- Rumanti (scratch user, contribs, talk) - from USA & english Scratch Wiki
There are also some at: en:CP-Thread2 about "Getting International Scratch Wiki Coach". Who knows them and could motivate them to help? Mtwoll (talk) 14:43, 15 May 2016 (MEST)
I would be happy if you convince him and others to help here as coaches. Also we should create more ideas for structures to communicate within the community of international scratchers. Perhaps a "Mediawiki Tip ot the monnth" at the homepage or someting like that, Mtwoll (talk) 07:18, 31 May 2016 (MEST)
Multilingual_MediaWiki and Extension:Translate
We should think about:
Wish List for international Scratch Wikis
Here I will write my wish list for our international scratch wikis. I am happy about everyone who helps to make some of the wishes come true step by step (I know that some of them will take years, but every long way starts with the first step ;-).
- Create Test-Scratch-Wiki and find admins and coaches from en: and de:
- Create a bot to transfer all templates from en: to test:
- Thanks user:ErnieParke !!!
- Create S:FAQ
- Create and integrate Template:Translate to all pages + their translations
- Find scratch wikians who will care for the internationalization and wiki-usability of the en:Block Plugin
short term wishes
- Transferring the complete articles of en: here for easier translation
- user:ErnieParke will test this this weekend
- Installing all addIns and hooks that are used by en: here at test: and also at all other international scratch wikis
- S:PORTAL#can we update out favicon?
- Perfection of Template:Translate: There are still some bugs...
- user:Lirex is working to solve that
middle term wishes
- The Community portals of each language at the Test wiki should get more active. See:
- Having interwiki links to the test-wiki and to it's sub-wikis in different languages
- Find more Scratchers that are technically skilled and trustworthy that want to help the international scratch wiki community with admin-stuff and programming (see "long term wishes" to find out why ;-) Mtwoll (talk) 17:12, 28 May 2016 (MEST)
long term wishes
- Having only one Scratch Wiki for all languages (beside english) that fulfills following needs:
- There shouldn't be any disadvantage in having only one global scratch wiki in comparison to having a separate scratch wiki for every language
- This includes: The language communities should not disturb another but help another and realize synergies effects
- easier administration
- easier communication
- better content, in quality and quantity, because of reuse of (translated) text and media
- English wiki could be part of (1) when following problems are solved:
- There are much higher restrictions getting an English scratch wiki author than international scratch wiki author. So, it should not be possible to bypass the English selection process and than harm the English scratch wiki. Perhaps edit rights must be separated be language namespace, so that you can only edit in the namespaces you are allowed to edit? Much easier than this technical solution would be a social solution where every wiki author accepts that he is only allowed to edit in the namespace where he is invited. Mtwoll (talk) 17:19, 28 May 2016 (MEST)
- There are much more technical and content restriction at the English scratch wiki than at the other wikis: For example it's not allowed to integrate scratch-projects and videos in en:. Perhaps it's because the scratch team is more careful and the English wiki community is bigger and younger (?) than the other scratch wiki communities. The other wikis (specially the de:) appreciate to have non of that restrictions and to have the wiki community democratic control about technologie and content, that should be allowed or forbidden.
- Technically thoughts for one Global Scratch Wiki
- To avoid complicated wiki links like [[language-ID:articlename|articlename]] a Mediawiki-Addin could create a "local namespace" that means: If you write [[articlename]] in an article that is in a certain language-namespace it will reference that language-namespace again.
- The Standard-Namespaces, like TALK, WIKI, USER, TEMPLATE etc. could exist separate for every language Namespace
- Parts of the Skin could change if you go to a languages namespace (for example you see the scratch wiki logo of every language community depending on the language of that artiucle
- to be continued
- see also: S:CPND#Ideas who could help to create a wiki-farm (today i think a global wiki could be better than a wiki farm...)
- see also: #Multilingual_MediaWiki and Extension:Translate
- Continue to motivate volunteers
- Sometimes it can feel lonely editing. This can make a volunteer de-motivated, so that they stop editing.
- Talking with volunteers, interacting with volunteers, and showing appreciation for volunteer work helps to keep them motivated.
want to help?
Decission on Namespaces
We (the SysOps including) used the Turkish Scratch-Wiki as the first example to move from "2 digt Pseudo Namespace" (=TR) to "3-digt-Real-Namespace" to learn more befor doing that with all Languages. The result is that you finde all articles moved from "TR" to "Tur".
Does this help us?
- Hi, I jus wanted some more informations about the reasons of this choices.
- I don't understand why the SysOps and you decided to change all the namespaces... Weren't there not namespaces enough for everybody? So why don't use the complete language's name then? ^^ "Tr" becomes "Tur" and why can't it become "Turkish"? We always used the ISO 639-1 in the past with the 2 digit iso code, so why changing now?
- Changing the namespaces means change all the links too and this job can be very long!
- I had some questions too... It concerns "my" (the French one). Shall we use the "Fre" (in English) or "Fra" (in French) namespace ?
- Smrman (talk) 15:11, 8 June 2016 (MEST)
Thanks for your questions here the answers
- We will use "fre" for french like in ISO 639‑2/T
- There will be no work of changing: We will do everything (hopefully!) automatically by a transfer-bot that user:ErnieParke developed
- We need the "Fr"-Namespace (and the other 2-digit Namespaces) for Interwiki and found out that it was an error to use it for language separation
After we implemented Interwiki here additional to the language namespaces you will see one of the many advantage: The "Tanslate Menu-Bar" can be moved from the top to the sidebar, where it will like normal interwiki. Additional to the Languages we will have a artificial language that is called "Translate" that leads to a side wehre all language-linkings can be made. I hope that's ok for you and answers your questions? Thanks you again for your great work at the french scratch wiki! Mtwoll (talk) 18:30, 9 June 2016 (MEST)
Hi everyone! I would like to tell you about a small reorganization we've had at the wiki recently. This will not have a major impact on what you do.
One of the problems with the Test Wiki is that if you were to link to En:Scratch Cat, did you want to link to the English Wiki, or the English clone on this wiki? Which? This causes problems for interwiki links back to English wiki, and DACH wiki if I am correct.
How do we solve this? All namespaces on the Test Wiki have been named from two digit language codes to three digit language does. Fr->Fra, Pt->Por, Es->Spa, Tr->Tur, It->Ita, and more. From now on, please do not use the two digit language codes, but instead the three digit language codes. If you see any broken links from this recent movement, please fix them! It would be super helpful.
Scratch on! :D
- Hi Mtwoll,
- Thanks for your amazing job (thanks to the bot too ^^) because the amount of pages to change was so huge!
- No worries about the broken links, everythinks looks good and ok.
- Thanks again
- Smrman (talk) 22:24, 18 August 2016 (MEST)
Test after updating wiki...
Hi KrIsMa, I think the Wiki is ready to be officialised, but there is still a huge amount of important pages left. Also the normal wiki didn't have a lot of pages when they began. It is the goal of the Wiki... The majority of pages in the actual French Wiki are page that explain how to edit the Wiki or that are important for the Wiki's organisation. Is there any list why the pages we must create before going official? What do you think? Are we ready? Smrman (talk) 16:49, 31 August 2016 (MEST)
Mmmmh, lots of French users wanted to join the Wiki to help me in my task (see here) but few of them are still active. (I think Zelda_64 and me are the only ones). Some of them have even never done anything on this Wiki, and I'm still asking myself why they joined... (Barnygame123, Danun, Kandalf-le-gris, Papatomique22):And finally, the others people helped 1 or 2 days and then stopped. (Favorite01, IceStorm31, Lederniersamourai, Nitenroc, Techkidsacademy) They don't have the motivation anymore to continue to help me or they left Scratch and the Wiki too... The big problem is that the authors don't feel involved in the Wiki, for them, it's not something regular. I don't know anymore what to do. And I still continue to create the Wiki, being alone does not mind me. French Wiki forever... Smrman (talk) 12:13, 2 September 2016 (MEST)
- At todays ScratchClub (de:Scratch-Wiki:Scratch_Club#26.09.2016) we decided to make a real-wiki out of the french-test wiki. To do so, we first need a translation of the skin to French. (see International-Scratch-Wiki-FAQ#What is a Wiki-Skin? ). Who will do that? Mtwoll (talk) 21:19, 26 September 2016 (MEST)
- Yay, great news for everybody! ^^ I'm so happy...
- I'll translate the Wiki skin in the French I have already downloaded the zip file, but what must I translate? the .php webpage?) Smrman (talk) 16:28, 28 September 2016 (MEST)
- I'm so excited. I just went on the homepage, and I saw my dream come true! Thanks a lot! :)
- But let's come back to reality. The translation is ready. I'll will post a link to Google Drive, so you can get the files. But I still have a question for the logo, can it be a vector logo? If yes, shouldn't you change the link in the
LocalSettings.phppage? Oh, and, what will we put on our logo, the Wiki sphere, the Scratch name and a flag (but which one? French is spoken in France, Belgium, Canada and Switzerland)... Smrman (talk) 22:40, 4 October 2016 (MEST)
- http://fr.scratch-wiki.info just started, see :fr:changes
- Arne did set it up
- Ernie will:
- Move users, pages, templates, images, the whole shebang. On top of that, I need to remove Fra: from page titles.
- Install the French wiki skin when ready
- Update LocalSettings.php for anything needed
- Install the Scratchblocks extension and check that it is working
- Mtwoll (talk) 19:50, 4 October 2016 (MEST)
- @Martin, I didn't expect you to post that entire thing. :p It's okay though.
- @Smrman: According to Can I Use, yes, we should be able to use a vector logo. I'll handle swapping it in, you just make sure to have the vector logo in the same folder.
- If there are not that many French speaking countries, the vector logo could include all of them. That's what the DACH wiki does. ErnieParke (talk) 07:13, 5 October 2016 (MEST)
- Great! Here is the folder (link to the folder). Just check the translation to see if I don't have missed any. Don't forget to change the
LocalSettings.phppage (the logo has the same name, the only thing different is the extension .swf in place of .png)... The logo is included in the folder. Is there anything else needed? Smrman (talk) 18:27, 5 October 2016 (MEST)
- Incredible, it's working great! :D I really apreciate the fact we can have the blocs in every language. Also, the logo makes the Wiki look very modern... Time for rest now ^^ Smrman (talk) 18:05, 7 October 2016 (MEST)
- The wiki logo does make the wiki look more modern. It would look nice on the English wiki...
- Anyway, I transferred all of the templates, images, and articles to the new French wiki. You can start browsing them here: French wiki
- If you don't mind, can you glance over the new French wiki and check that everything is correct? Moving everything was a big effort and I'd like to make sure everything happened correctly. :)
- The last things I need to do are:
- Set up interwiki
- Tweak the navigation box
- Delete the old FR wiki pages on the Test wiki.
- Start creating accounts on the FR wiki
- Sounds like a plan. I should be done in a day or two now. ErnieParke (talk) 06:30, 13 October 2016 (MEST)
- I have finished what I can for now. I'll wait for you reply before I delete the old Fr wiki pages. I'd also like to talk with Martin about how to transfer accounts from here to the French wiki. ErnieParke (talk) 19:54, 13 October 2016 (MEST)
- I tried to request an account twice but it didn't work... :( Why? - LiFaytheGoblin (Talk|Contributions) 21:08, 18 October 2016 (MEST)
- What do you mean it didn't work? You did go to Special:RequestAccount, right? I just tested the system by requesting an account under the name NanoParke, and it works: Cubeupload image
- French wiki contributors: For now, please try requesting an account on the French Scratch wiki by going here. I will check daily for new requests, and hopefully soon we'll have transferred all of you over. :) ErnieParke (talk) 21:00, 19 October 2016 (MEST)
- I tried to request an account twice but it didn't work... :( Why? - LiFaytheGoblin (Talk|Contributions) 21:08, 18 October 2016 (MEST)
Hi everyone! Wiki Wednesday is an event where articles, written by you, are shown to everyone on the Scratch website! So, if you have a suggestion in mind, please post it below. Please make sure it's well written. Images are a bonus. ErnieParke (talk) 21:55, 22 May 2017 (MEST)
A quick notice to all users with the
When undoing an edit, please simply use the "undo" function instead of
rollback - rollback is meant for vandalism.
If the edit is vandalism, rollback the edit and contact the user.
If the edit is not vandalism, "undo" it and contact the user.
Undoing also allows for a custom edit summary and a chance to check over the edit before you submit it.
- Even if you feel that an edit is "vandalism", if it is just one or two isolated cases, I would recommend just undoing it and contacting the user to persuade them to stop the behavior. :) --MakeTheBrainHappy (talk) 21:25, 18 November 2017 (UTC)
Personal proactive coaching
I think it could be realy helpfull for the future of the international scratch wikis to start with something like „Personal proactive coaching“. What do I mean by that? We could go to the user pages of Scratchers, that have showed some activities here and try to motivate them to continue until there is a real breakthrough for the scratch wiki in their language. Unlike the english wiki they don‘t got the confirmation of a big wiki community and a great amount of articles and templates already done in their language. Often it must look to them as they where standing infront of a gigantic mountain of work to be done and don‘t know where to start and if it will be worth to cope with it, only with such a few people or even alone. We must try to give them faith and help to continue. For example the Korean community seems to have worked hard, but could discontinue. Other Languages startet but discontinued imideately: Here we could draw the attention of member of that languages to the just startet scratch wiki spproach, by posting it in their language forums. Also we should inform and motivate every language community to take part in „Wiki Wednedday“. What do you think? Mtwoll (talk) 06:15, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
- Yes, I like that idea! With another Wiki I've been working on separately, we've had to create every template and article; it's a monstrous task. If they have someone willing to help them with the Mediawiki bits of it, I'm sure it would help massively.
- And yes, I believe the Test Wiki should take part in Wiki Wednesday. It'd definitely help us get noticed, and get more editors for smaller language wikis. Drunken_Sailor (Talk) 09:39, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
Ideas for Wiki Wednesday:
- An article explaing the Wiki Wedneday idea in each language conected by interwiki
- An article for suggesting and deciding the candidate for next Wiki Wedneday in each language conected by interwiki
- All Wiki Wednesday articles collected at one page, but not just the link, but a teaser of the articles
- The teaser of the actual Wiki Wednesday article of that language is presented at the startpage of that languages wiki, with links to 1. + 2. + 3.
So the Wiki Wednesday is always present at each wiki and we have a stronger connection between the wikis and the scratch homepage. What do you think? Who wants to explain/help for which language? Mtwoll (talk) 16:21, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
- This is a great idea! I'll definitely support a Wiki Wednesday Suggestions page, something like de:Wiki Mittwoch Vorschläge? I'll help in some languages; French, some German and maybe Dutch. However, I'll need to request an account for those Wikis...
- Would it work if, for the Test-Scratch-Wiki, we had a single Wiki Wednesday page (like de:Vorlage:Vorgestellter Artikel), with small snippets of articles for each language? Each box could have a different language, for example a Spanish article in one frame, and a Korean one in another frame? I would help with this. Drunken_Sailor (Talk) 17:20, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
I meant snippet/teaser of all wiki wednesday artikles of that languagrs, so you see the historian ww artikles of each language. de: can be done by myself, as it is my homewiki. The ja: is most active after en: and de: with no ww article... there are some real scratch wikis with nearly no activities like ru: and hu: there it will be difficult... Mtwoll (talk) 18:18, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
- German (Deutsch!) is my second language, but I understand that you have that covered. After that I don't really have a preference concerning language (I will have to use Google Translate). I personally contacted all the Korean Wiki Members and so far have only gotten one response which read "I am to busy". I would personally like to draft a message for the Korean forums asking if anyone wants to help with making the wiki, but I'm not exactly sure if that already exists + if I would be allowed to write it in English (since the forums are for members who's native language is Korean). I can find an article for the korean wiki wed. if that is necessary :). If you want I can look to see if we can find people who could help with some of those inactive wikis :) MakeTheBrainHappy (talk) 18:26, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
Wenn Du Deutsch als zweite Sprache sprichst, bist Du natürlich herzlich willkommen im DACH Scratch Wiki :-) I didn‘t know that. I highly appricate all your activities and suggestion concerning coaching the other international communities! Mtwoll (talk) 21:03, 19 November 2017 (UTC)
- Toll! Sollte ich die Antragsformular ausfüllen? Ich brauchte nie einen Konto weil ich nicht viel schreiben würde. Dafür mache ich zu viele Fehler. Aber ich würde gerne mit der Interwiki-Integration helfen. :) Translation: Great! Should I fill out the form to make an account? I've never really needed an account before for editing because I make to many mistakes. But I would be happy to help with the Interwiki Collaboration/Community/Combination :)MakeTheBrainHappy (talk) 00:42, 20 November 2017 (UTC)
- ja: should definitely have a WW article; it'll definitely get it recognised a lot more.
- Also, Brain, my French is nowhere near as good as your German xD Drunken_Sailor (Talk) 18:18, 21 November 2017 (UTC)
Submit an article for the 20th Wiki Wednesday
It would be cool if test languages would also be able to showcase an article of their choice at the Wiki Wednesday. Feel free to submit articles here :) Requirements:
- Be a "good" article (good language, not too long, not too short, interesting)
- Have pictures if possible
- Submit till Monday 27th!
You can also first discuss this with your language community in your community portal or wherever you discuss!