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Wikimedia Technical Conference/2019

Lessons Learned from the 2018 Technical Conference

Participants of this event agree to follow the Friendly Space Policy and the Code of Conduct for Wikimedia Technical Spaces.

The nomination process and registration for this event are CLOSED and the event is full. We are no longer able to accept new participants to this event. If you would like to participate please add your thoughts, ideas, and comments to the session discussions which you will be able to find on our Phabricator work-board.

Vision StatementEdit

Becoming the essential infrastructure of Free Knowledge requires a diverse and equitable technical contributor community (staff and volunteers alike). To reduce barriers to entry and to enable faster and easier development, we must provide a modern and complete engineering productivity ecosystem. Everything from code-review and code health, to local development and testing, from proof of concept creation to production deployment and monitoring.

Come join us at the Wikimedia Technical Conference 2019 to help address all of the issues — large and small — that will make all parts of our engineers' lives happier, healthier, and more productive.

Information for participantsEdit

Travel booking emails have been sent by the WMF travel team. If you are an attendee and did not receive one, please email rfarrand.

We are discussing changes to the format here: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T220212

Participant List for 2019

Details about last year's event: Wikimedia Technical Conference/2018

Weekly updates from the Program Committee

Faciliation and note taking plan / guidelines

Event Phabricator board

Program Committee and Organizing teamEdit

Contact the entire Program Committee via wmtc19pc@wikimedia.org

FAQsEdit

Read more information about topic, nominations, and other FAQs.

Program draft