On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 5:30 AM, Federico Leva (Nemo)
<nemow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Vira Motorko, 22/09/2016 12:45:
>> Btw, please remind me, how much time it takes for translations made on
>> translatewiki.net <http://translatewiki.net> to appear on Dashboard
> As mentioned in
> https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Translating:Localisation_for_developers#Export
> , translations are exported every few days. I don't know how often the
> sysadmins update the code on the website you mentioned, though; whoever
> knows may want to add this information to
> https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Translating:Wiki_Ed_Dashboard , if that's the
> same project.
> Nemo

I've been deploying to the Programs & Events Dashboard irregularly,
usually every couple of weeks. I deployed the latest version about an
hour ago.

Vojtěch's posts on Phabricator haven't been ignored; we've fixed some
of the easier ones already, and I know that Danny Horn, who is
managing the efforts of the WMF Community Tech team to make
improvements to the Programs & Events Dashboard, has seen them all.
For now, my understanding is that the top priority items on their
agenda are:

1. To allow the dashboard to handle events — like edit-a-thons — that
take place on a single day and have a specific start and end time, so
that the statistics will reflect only what happens during the exact
timeframe that organizers intend.
2. To fix some of the language that is still overly classroom-focused.
3. To build out a concept of "Campaigns" that will make it possible to
create a single event in a larger campaign that follows a standard
format for that campaign.

It sounds like the current trajectory will have the first and maybe
second of those done by WikiConference North America, so the tentative
plan would be to have the more publish launch the Tighe referrred to
around then. But for education programs in particular, it's probably
not going to be a significantly different by then.


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