Good to see this kicked off and looking forward to making progress on the
top tools. Thank you.
On Mon, Nov 30, 2015 at 4:37 PM, Danny Horn wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> The Community Tech team's Wishlist Survey is now open for voting; come on
> over and upvote your favorites. We're looking for the most important
> features and fixes that our team can work on to help the core contributors
> on Wikimedia projects.
> We've got more than 100 proposals to choose from, organized on
> easy-to-browse category pages. As a taster, some of the contenders include:
> * Improve diff compare screen
> * Migrate dead links to the Wayback Machine
> * Enhanced per-user, per-article blocking
> * Cite : Share : Export tools
> * Improve SVG rendering
> * Cross-wiki watchlists
> * Pageview Stats tool
> And if anything on that list makes you excited, outraged or -- well,
> honestly, any reaction besides a blank stare -- then you need to come and
> vote for the ideas you like best. Once the voting is over, the prioritized
> list becomes the Community Tech's backlog of projects to investigate and
> We'll be posting invites to as many village pumps as we can find tomorrow,
> to make sure that everyone has the chance to vote. All of the voting pages
> are marked for translation, and we would welcome any volunteers to help
> translate a proposal into a language of their choice.
> Thanks for checking it out; I'm looking forward to seeing your votes.
> Product Manager, WMF Community Tech
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