Front-end standards group

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Project / workboardEdit

Members of the Front-end Standards Group surface front-end development topics from their respective Wikimedia Foundation teams in order to find common solutions. Much of this group's work is in the Phabricator Front-end standards workboard. Every interested Foundation front-end developer is welcome to join the bi-weekly Vue.js and general editions of the meeting.

If you like to raise attention about a specific topic to a forthcoming meeting, please add it to the group's Etherpad or share it in the internal #front-end Slack channel.

For general questions around the group's activities or to join please contact Volker Eckl <volker@wikimedia.org>.

Note: For name differences see Phab project creation rules. With spaces or underscores, the project cannot be mentioned in Markdown.

GoalsEdit

Short-term

  • Develop, improve and document libraries and features to standardize on. See the roadmap for more details.

Mid-term

  • Use standard libraries throughout Wikimedia software projects, and support other projects in doing the same.

Long-term

  • Share technologies and techniques between all projects

ScheduleEdit

Meetings are held every other Wednesday, alternating between:

  • 19:00 - 19:50 UTC
  • 16:00 - 16:50 UTC (Vue.js edition, where Vue-related topics are prioritized)

MembersEdit

Implementors

Responsible for planning and implementing the software being standardized on.

  • Andrew Russel Green (Fundraising Tech)
  • Anne Tomasevich (Design Systems Team)
  • Bartosz Dziewoński (Contributors > Editing)
  • Ed Sanders (Contributors > Editing)
  • Eric Gardner (Design Systems Team)
  • Jan Drewniak (Readers)
  • Jon Robson (Readers Web)
  • Moriel Schottlender (Technology > Collaboration)
  • Roan Kattouw (Contributors > Collaboration)
  • Santhosh Thottingal (Contributors > Language)
  • Timo Tijhof (Performance)
  • Volker Eckl (Product Design > Design Systems Team)

Advisors

Responsible for providing additional oversight during planning and implementation.

  • James Forrester (Abstract Wikipedia)
  • Joaquin Oltra Hernandez (Technology)
  • Brion Vibber (MediaWiki)
  • Derk-Jan Hartman (Community)

External stakeholders

Brought in as needed to share knowledge of specific features and systems.

  • Audiences Design members
  • Community skin authors
  • WMDE design team members

Previous meetings (Archive)Edit

See alsoEdit