|Great tutorial! =D Olson.jared.m (talk) 23:59, 15 November 2021 (UTC)|
About this board
Hi, I’m Stanley Gould, a new EMWCon2020 attendee, seeking advice.
I believe that the SMW app is an essential add-on for Smartphones, for both personal knowledge storage and as a portable web-server to provide shared-knowledge access to multiple simultaneous users. The details are in my whitepaper “Sustainable Knowing” What are your thoughts? email@example.com
Some stroopwafels for you!
'Installing MEZA on a local VM from scratch' came in handy.
[WMF Board of Trustees - Call for feedback: Community Board seats] Meetings with MediaWiki and Wikitech communities
The Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees is organizing a call for feedback about community selection processes between February 1 and March 14. While the Wikimedia Foundation and the movement have grown about five times in the past ten years, the Board’s structure and processes have remained basically the same. As the Board is designed today, we have a problem of capacity, performance, and lack of representation of the movement’s diversity. Our current processes to select individual volunteer and affiliate seats have some limitations. Direct elections tend to favor candidates from the leading language communities, regardless of how relevant their skills and experience might be in serving as a Board member, or contributing to the ability of the Board to perform its specific responsibilities. It is also a fact that the current processes have favored volunteers from North America and Western Europe. In the upcoming months, we need to renew three community seats and appoint three more community members in the new seats. This call for feedback is to see what processes can we all collaboratively design to promote and choose candidates that represent our movement and are prepared with the experience, skills, and insight to perform as trustees?
In this regard, two rounds of feedback meetings are being hosted to collect feedback from the technical communities in Wikimedia. Two rounds are being hosted with the same agenda, to accomodate people from various time zones across the globe. We will be discussing ideas proposed by the Board and the community to address the above mentioned problems. Please sign-up according to whatever is most comfortable to you. You are welcome to participate in both as well!
- Round 1 - Feb 25, 4:00 pm UTC
- Round 2 - Mar 4, 4:00 am UTC
- Sign-up and meeting details: Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees/Call for feedback: Community Board seats/Conversations/MediaWiki and Wikitech
Also, please share this with other volunteers who might be interested in this. Let me know if you have any questions. KCVelaga (WMF), 14:38, 21 February 2021 (UTC)
Yes "Deep Web". Perfect! .. Thanks and Thank you!
I don't think "deep web" is it either... I believe "deep web" refers to pages that are online and publicly viewable, but that can't be accessed by a search engine. An example would be flight information that you need to select some options to get to. Or even be logged in for. That's different from content that's not even available to the outside world. I could be wrong, though.
I do hope you can make it to EMWCon, though!
This sounds like a great conversation to have over a few brews.
That sounds good. Dark, presumably. :)
Someone changed the title from "Dark Web" to "Class B".. Anyone know what this means?
Changed back; just routine spam/vandalism.
Mermaid w SMW
Hi Richard, I saw your post in Extension_talk:Mermaid, and it sounds like you have solved a problem I am having as well. I am not sure some details, though.
- format is now plainlist, template is deprecated; did you have to update anything?
- you say "use the "import-annotation=true" - so is it true or yes? SMW documentation makes it look like "yes"
- you say "notice that the template begins with a "CR/LF". This is crucial for the Mermaid parser call to process properly." - do you actually mean "make sure"? And, do you mean "put the wiki typical two empty lines" or "put a
", or something different yet?
- The depreciation of the "template" format is not something I knew about. Thanks. I'm still on MW 1.30 and SMW 2.5.6 so I can't comment on that.
- "true" works for me. Not sure about SMW 3.0.0 .. if "true" doesn't work, give "yes" a try.
- In the template that I call from my ASK statement, I make sure to start the content of the template 1 line down - just use the "enter key" in the wiki source.
If my responses don't make sense or don't work for you, I'll try to give you an explicit example, but all the little tricks it took me a while to discover are shared here so I think it will work for you once you start tinkering and testing. Please let me know how it goes.
Actually you sent me off in the right direction there. I had some <br>s in my template to lay things out cleaner; when I ran them directly that worked fine, but apparently what was spit out into the mermaid tag didn't work. Took out the <br>s and now it works.
Mind you, I had also added the blank line at the top of the template as you mentioned. I just took that out again, and the template still works. So there must be further trickery involved yet.
I am starting the documentation on SMW wiki at https://www.semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/User:Tenbergen/Mermaid_with_SMW - if you have any tricks to add, that would be great. I will email Karsten to see what his thoughts are on where to put this on SMW wiki, a sub-page of my user page doesn't tie this in well with other content.
Thanks for your help!