This is the userpage of a user who was a member of the Wikimedia Foundation staff or served as a contractor to the Foundation. In order to maintain a historical record, it has not been deleted. However, any contact information given may be incorrect, as this user is no longer employed at the Foundation.
I'm Sumana Harihareswara. I was an employee of the Wikimedia Foundation (was Volunteer Development Coordinator between May 2011 and April 2012, then Engineering Community Manager from April 2012 to March 2014, then Senior Technical Writer from March 2014 till September 2014.). I nurtured the software community that supports the Wikimedia movement; for a snapshot of my work, see this blog entry. My parents are from India and I was born in the US. I have a personal website. I live in New York City, USA.
I nurtured the software community that supports Wikimedia technologies, by documenting and leading processes. I worked on several of Wikimedia Foundation's recent Dev Days or hackathons: mw:Berlin Hackathon 2011, New Orleans Hackathon, Mumbai Hackathon, and the January 2012 SF Hackathon. I was the administrator for UCOSP Spring 2012 and for Google Summer of Code 2011 and Summer of Code 2012. I also mentor interns via our internship programs. For more, please see my other user page and its subpages. (Until 24 September 2012 I just had one user account, Sumanah, for my personal and staff edits. Sorry for the confusion.)
- E-mail: sumanah[no longer works]wikimedia.org
- On MediaWiki.org as mw:User:Sharihareswara (WMF)
- Homepage: http://www.harihareswara.net
- Blog: http://www.harihareswara.net/ces.shtml
- IRC: I'm sumanah on FreeNode & OFTC IRC
- Twitter/Identi.ca: @brainwane
Useful pages/publicity leaflets:
- Ten things technically inclined volunteers can do to help Wikimedia projects.
- How to become a MediaWiki hacker.
- Tutorials in Wikimedia technology.
- chart of MediaWiki extensions that WMF deploys with open Normal-or-worse bugs
- List of Normal-or-worse open bugs on extensions WMF deploys
- The "please contribute to MediaWiki" flyer
- The "please work with us" flyer for students
- GSoC flyer
- Archived notes from my work team, the Engineering Community Team
- Etherpad from current ECT meetings