Dashboard emume na mmemme
Programs & Events Dashboard
Manage and track Wikimedia programs from one place with ease.
'Mmemme & Ihe Omume Dashboard a bụ ngwa ọrụ na-enyere aka njikwa mmemme na mmemme wiki.
Were ya na enwere mmemme wiki, dịka ọmụmaatụ draịva edezi wiki iji kwalite ụdị ọdịnaya, ma ọ bụ mmemme wiki, dịka ọmụmaatụ nzukọ edezi wiki na etiti obodo. N'ime nke ọ bụla n'ime ndị ahụ, dashboard na-enye ihe ndị a:
Bọtịnụ ndebanye aha maka ndị sonyere ka ha mara na ha na-esonye na mmemme ahụ
Ọrụ nsochi maka ndị nhazi iji tụọ ma kọọ nsonaazụ nke mmemme
Dashboard bụkwa ebe obibi nke Wikimedia Foundation modul ọzụzụ, dị ka ndị na-emekọ mkpagbu n'ịntanetị na idobe ihe omume. Mụtakwuo maka modul ndị a.
Ònye kwesịrị iji ngwá ọrụ ahụ?
Chọta ngwá ọrụ na https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/.
Enwere klaasị atọ nke ndị na-eji ngwá ọrụ a - ndị na-ahazi mmemme, ndị sonyere mmemme, na ndị na-ekiri ihe. Ndị nhazi nwere ike melite ibe mmemme wee kpọọ onye ọ bụla nwere akaụntụ Wikimedia ka ọ debanye aha dị ka onye so na mmemme a kọwara. Ndị nhazi na-akpọ ndị sonyere mmemme ka ha debanye aha dị ka akụkụ nke mmemme ahụ. Mgbe ha debanyere aha, ndị sonyere nwere ike ọ nweghị mkpa ịlaghachi na ibe mmemme ahụ. Ọtụtụ ndị na-ahazi ga-alaghachi na ibe mmemme otu oge iji nakọta akụkọ nsonaazụ ma emesịa mmemme ahụ. Ndị nleba anya bụ ndị ọrụ na-elele nsonaazụ maka mmemme nke ha esoghị na ya.
Ọ bụrụ na ị ga-achọ ịnyere aka na nhazi na njikwa ngwa ngwa, ị nwere ike ugbu a debanye aha ka ị bụrụ Admin!
Maka ndị nchikọba
Ndị nhazi na-eji ngwa ọrụ melite ibe mmemme. Ngwá ọrụ ahụ na-akpali ndị nhazi ịkesa ozi dị iche iche gbasara mmemme. Ndị so na ya nwere ike ịhụ nke a ma emechaa.
Ntụgharị asụsụ: Mmemme & Ihe omume Dashboard/22/ig Ndị nhazi nwekwara ikike ọrụ pụrụ iche iji mee ihe dị ka iji aka tinye ma ọ bụ wepụ ndị ọrụ na mmemme, imeghe ma ọ bụ mechie ndebanye aha ibe mmemme, yana iwepụta mkpesa nsonaazụ.
Ndị nhazi nwere ike ịbụ: * Ndị nkuzi gụnyere iji Wikipedia dị ka ngwa nkuzi n'ime usoro ọmụmụ ha, ma chọọ inyocha ọganihu ụmụ akwụkwọ ha na-eme n'imezi ọdịnaya, * Ndị na-ahazi ihe omume GLAM, na-achọ inyocha nbudata na ndezi ọdịnaya, * Ndị ọrụ mmekọ na-eme mmemme dị ka edit-a-thon, ma ọ bụ * Ndị chọrọ iji Dashboard nyochaa ọganihu gbasara mgbakwunye ọdịnaya na otu ndị sonyere. (Enwere ike ịnwe ikpe ndị ọrụ karịa, biko tinye ha.)
Maka ndị sonyere =
Ndị sonyere nwere ike ịdebanye aha onwe ha dịka akụkụ nke mmemme. Ọtụtụ ndị sonyere agaghị eme ihe karịrị nke ahụ, ọ bụ ezie na ndị sonyere onye nhazi ahụ na-agba ume nwere ike iji ibe mmemme dị ka ntọala maka iso ndị ọrụ ibe na-emekọ ihe na mmemme ha.
Otu esi edebanye aha na mmemme dị bụ akọwara ya na ibe a.
Ndị nleba anya
Ndị nhazi, ndị sonyere na ndị ọzọ na-etinyeghị aka na ya nwere ike ịga na dashboard ka ịhụ akụkọ arụpụtaghị ihe.
Ugbu a enweghị atụmatụ ịtọ akụkọ ọ bụla dị ka nkeonwe.
Usoro na Usoro ntụziaka =
Maka usoro ntụzịaka site na otu esi eji dashboard, hụ ntuziaka.
Ajụjụ a na ajụkari
Biko lee FAQ.
Nkọwa okwu nke okwu
Ọ na-enye aka iji asụsụ nkịtị na-akparịta mmemme na mmemme. Onye ọ bụla na-ahụ maka ọrụ Wikimedia nwere ike ịhụ na ọ bara uru ịmụta echiche teknụzụ ndị a:
- dashboard bụ aha ngwa ọrụ a.
- Mmemme' bụ okwu maka ọrụ wiki ọ bụla nke a ga-eji dashboard wee soro ya
- Event page is the landing page in the dashboard where participants register for events. In this dashboard, sometimes the event page is called by the more general term "program page" because not all programs include an in-person event. Applications like Facebook and meetup.com use the term "event page", and this tool creates the wiki-equivalent.
- The organizer is the person who sets up an instance of an event page. This person has technical rights to control the event page they create.
- The facilitator is any collaborator of the organizer who also has some technical rights to control the event page. The organizer "owns" the event page, while facilitators do not.
- The participants register on the event page to note their participation in a program.
- A campaign is a set of individual programs which are grouped together. Each program in the dashboard is managed by an organizer, and a campaign includes a set of programs.
- A campaign organizer is the person who manages the category system which groups a set of programs together. This person could also generate collective reports including all programs in a campaign.
- An observer is anyone who accesses dashboard reports. Observers include all of the roles above, plus third-parties who have no involvement except a wish to see program information. For example, Wikimedia Foundation staff observe data, as do research organizations of all kinds. As is routine in the Wikimedia community, the default practice is to make most data publicly available.
- An Admin is a user with advanced permissions on the dashboard. Admins can edit or delete any campaign or program, add or remove facilitators and organizers, in addition to other tools. They also provide general support to other users.
Example use cases
Common uses in all cases are a need for program participants to register and a need to report metrics for program outcomes.
Here are some example use cases:
Onye nkwado Wiki na-akwado nzukọ mmadụ n'ọbá akwụkwọ ma na-akpọ onye ọ bụla òkù isonye n'ịtụnye aka n'ọrụ Wikimedia ọnụ. Na mmemme ahụ, onye nhazi ahụ rịọrọ ka ndị bịara debanye aha onwe ha site na ịpị bọtịnụ "jikọọ". Mgbe ihe omume ahụ gasịrị, onye nhazi na-enyocha akụkọ nsonaazụ. Akụkọ ahụ depụtara ndị ọrụ niile pịa bọtịnụ njikọ yana nkọwa nke ihe ha mere, gụnyere ọnụọgụ ndezi Wikipedia, bulite faịlụ na Commons, ma ọ bụ ihe ọ bụla ọzọ na ọrụ wiki ọ bụla n'asụsụ ọ bụla. Akụkọ a na-achịkọtakwa ntinye aka nke ndị niile sonyere n'otu. Akụkọ ihe atụ nwere ike ịgụ, "Ndị mmadụ 10 sonyeere ihe omume ahụ. N'oge ihe omume ahụ, otu ahụ mere 60 dezie na 8 English Wikipedia isiokwu." Kama nzute Wikipedia n'ọbá akwụkwọ, a na-ahazi nzukọ ihe atụ n'ụlọ akwụkwọ nwere klas ụmụ akwụkwọ. Ụmụ akwụkwọ niile na-edebanye aha dị ka ndị sonyere mmemme. Klas na-arụ ọrụ wiki n'ime oge klaasị. Na njedebe nke klas ahụ, onye nkụzi na-enyocha akụkọ ihe mere eme iji kpee aka na ntinye aka nke ụmụ akwụkwọ na ọrụ ahụ.
- A na-atụpụta mkpọsa ihe omume ọtụtụ, na-akọwapụta otu ọnwa maka idezi otu ụdị edemede Wikipedia. Onye ọ bụla na-ahazi mmemme n'ebe ọ bụla nwere ike ịnabata mmemme nke ha, wee depụta mmemme ha na mmemme ya na ndị ọzọ niile na mkpọsa ahụ. Site n'echiche nke ndị nhazi mmemme n'otu n'otu, ha na-arụ ọrụ dashboard dị ka nzute wiki ọ bụla. Site n'echiche nke onye nhazi mgbasa ozi, mmemme mpaghara niile na usoro mgbasa ozi nwere ike ịchịkọta ọnụ iji wepụta akụkọ metrics mkpokọta nke bụ nchikota nsonaazụ niile nke mmemme niile na usoro mgbasa ozi.
Otu onye ọrụ n'otu nzukọ na-ejikwa mmekọrịta dị n'etiti onye were ha n'ọrụ na ọrụ Wikimedia, dịka na mmekọrịta "Wikipedian in Residence" ma ọ bụ ikekwe naanị ịnabata mmemme. Nzukọ a nwere nkwa ogologo oge iji kesaa ozi, yabụ na-ele anya ogologo oge gbasara mmekorita Wikipedia. N'okwu a, nzukọ ahụ nwere ndị ọkachamara 1-2 debara aha maka mmemme dashboard wee dezie akụkọ Wikipedia 100 n'asụsụ dị iche iche, mgbe ahụ ha na-akwụsịkarị inye aka. Mgbe ọnwa 6 gachara, nzukọ a na-enweta akụkọ sitere na dashboard nke na-akọwa mmadụ ole lere akụkọ ndị ọkachamara ha nyere aka. Òtù a na-atụnyere ọnụ ọgụgụ nke wiki pageview na metric iru eru gbakọọ site na dashboards yiri nke Facebook, Twitter, ma ọ bụ ihe ọ bụla n'elu ikpo okwu nkwurịta okwu.
Enabling automatic edits on a new wiki
As of August 2017, the Dashboard can be enabled on a wiki-by-wiki basis to make automatic edits to post program information on-wiki. This includes:
Steps to follow for community members before enabling automatic template edits in Dashboard:
- 1. Get community consensus
Start a community discussion to ensure community support for turning on automatic edits. Community consensus is required before editing is enabled.
Here is an example for opening the discussion:
I'm proposing to enable edits via Programs & Events Dashboard on this wiki. Once enabled, related activity for courses and other events on Programs & Events Dashboard would be reflected with wiki edits, as currently done on English Wikipedia with the Wiki Ed Dashboard. Here are the types of edits it can potentially make:
- Updates to a course page, showing the list of editors and the articles they work on: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Wiki_Ed/Community_College_of_Philadelphia/CHEM_121_-_Honors_(Fall_2016)&action=history
- Adding templates to user pages when the user joins a course: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:DrKathyShaginaw&oldid=740598305
- Adding templates to article talk pages to show who is working the article: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk%3ARobert_E._Connick&type=revision&diff=746007336&oldid=623970628
- 2. Create the templates
Create a local version of each of these templates:
- editor: en:template:dashboard.wikiedu.org student editor
- instructor: en:template:course instructor
- course_assignment: en:template:dashboard.wikiedu.org assignment
- table: en:template:students table
- table_row: en:template:student table row
- table_end: en:template:end of students table
- course: en:template:course details
- timeline: en:template:start of course timeline
- start_of_week: en:template:start of course week
- end_of_week: en:template:end of course week
- user_talk: en:template:dashboard.wikiedu.org talk course link
You should localize the names of the templates, but the parameter names used by these templates should stay in English.
It would be ideal if they could be placed under a common category for future reference.
- 3. Open a Phabricator ticket to request edits to be enabled
Assign @Ragesoss (User:Sage (Wiki Ed)), and be sure to include:
- A link to the discussion where enabling edits was approved by the community;
- The list of translated templates.
- The base page name where courses should be posted. For example, "Project:Nástěnka" on cs.wikipedia.org: cs:Wikipedie:Nástěnka/Gymnázium Josefa Ressela/Informatika (2018)
Here is an example of a Phabricator ticket.
News and recent changes
- You can create a 'private' program, which can only be seen by that programs facilitators and by dashboard admins. Participant usernames will not appear in the user list for associated campaigns.
- The downloadable CSV of course stats now includes retention counts, as well as per-wiki breakdowns of edit count, articles edited, and articles created.
- For the 'ArticleScopedProgram' type, you can now track entire categories, or articles that include a specific template, instead of just tracking 'assigned' articles.
- Outreachy intern Candela Jiménez Girón has started her project to improve the dashboard for Art+Feminism 2018
- If you are enrolled in an editathon, you can run a manual update of the statistics by just clicking in a button from the course actions. This will provide more accurate information of the last revisions that took place.
- A new message is displayed in beneath the course activity that informs the user when the last update of those statistics was performed and the average time left for the next update to happen. This will enable the user to be aware that their contributions may not appear as part of the statistics until the next update after the edition happens.
- When browsing the revisions, only 50 of them will appear listed, together with a "See more" button that will render 50 more if they exist. This will avoid rendering of too much information for the user in the page.
- The campaign creator can include a Default Course Type to their campaigns so any course created from the campaign will have a determined type. It is possible to change the type of the specific course afterwards. E.g. All the users of a campaign will be by default "Edit-athons" if the user set it as Default Course Campaign for the campaign.
- The campaign creator can set a Default Passcode to a campaign so all the courses created from that campaign will have the same passcode. This passcode can be a specific one, a random one or can be set as no passcode required. It is possible to change the specific course passcode afterwards.
- The course creator can set different start and end times for the activity and statistics gathering OR for the event that will take place.
- The campaign list from the courses is now ordered alphabetically
- We've updated the OAuth login permissions, which now include permission to create new accounts. We will start testing a feature that uses this permission soon. If you run into any errors, please log out and log in again.
- The 'account requests' feature has been enabled. To use it, you must enable it in the 'Available Actions' section of a program you are the facilitator for.
- A facilitator can generate new Wikipedia accounts from the program 'Editors' tab, so we'll avoid creating too many accounts from the same IP, so Wikipedia blocks the IP for the next accounts creation.
- A participant can submit a request to create an account from the enroll link. A facilitator can then create it from the dashboard; the password will be emailed to the new editor, and they will automatically be added as a participant.
- You can view the "Alerts" for any campaign, including when articles are in danger of deletion. This works currently on English and Portuguese Wikipedias, and can be configured on request for other languages that use similar categories for proposed deletion, speedy deletion, and deletion discussions.
- Short programs, such as 1-day editathons, now have their own fast update cycle; such programs will typically get stats updates every 5 minutes or so, and stats will automatically be refreshed when the Home tab for the program is open.
- On the 'Articles' tab, program organizers can now add multiple 'Available Articles' at once. You can paste in a list of article titles or URLs, and each of them will be added to the list for editors to choose from.
- On the 'Uploads' tab, the layout has been improved to show larger images, and more at once. Outreachy intern Urvashi Verma is working on further image/media improvements, and we want to hear your ideas.
- The 'Article Finder' tool from GSoC intern Pratyush Singhal is live and ready for use. You can access it here, or from the 'Available Articles' section of the Articles tab if you want to use it to build a set of available articles for a program.
- On the 'Students' tab, you can now see the count of uploads by each user.
- For wikis that have edits enabled, you can now disable edits for an individual program. In 'Edit Details' mode, change 'Wiki edits enabled' to no.
- The 'Uploads' tab has a new switchable layout - Gallery View, List View and Tile View.
- Under the 'List View', you can now view the credit for each upload.
- You can also filter the uploads by their uploader.
- On the 'Students' tab, if you click on the 'Total Uploads' of a user, you can view the uploads made by that user.
- For 'Uploads', you can click an image to see more details without leaving the Dashboard, including which pages it's used on and how many views those pages get.
- The 'Find programs' page has a search feature to find programs by name or institution.
- Training modules now feature links back to the translatable wiki source pages for easier editing and updates.
- The 'Structural Completeness' charts that show changes in ORES-based article quality estimates now work for all the languages that have an ORES articlequality model.
- User profile pages show which training modules a user has completed.
- As the first stage of Cressence's Outreachy project, the course creator lets you select a program type at the start of the course creation flow. When creating a program from a campaign, the default program type for that campaign is still maintained.
- Translation support for training modules is more complete.
- You can embed the live stats from a program onto a blog or other website.
- For wikis that have edits enabled, there are now fine-grained controls for each program to select which types of edits the dashboard makes.
- Since full approval after a trial period, account creation via the Dashboard can happen through a bot account, removing the need for program organizers to get English Wikipedia account creator rights.
- Admins now have notifications for when there are requested accounts waiting for creation, which should cut down on missed requests that don't get handled during events.
- The tracked wikis for each program are now shown clearly. You can choose the wikis to track at the time you create a program, and edit them afterwards. Assigned articles are no longer used as a workaround for tracking multiple wikis.
- For wikis with an ORES article quality model, the reference counts are now tracked.
- Individual articles can now be excluded from tracking. This can be useful for editathons where you wish to exclude unrelated contributions by veteran editors who also participated in the event, and similar situations.
- For an Article Scoped Program, you can now use a PetScan PSID as the basis for which articles are tracked.
- This blog post summarizes a lot of the recent work around the Dashboard's reliability and what has been done to improve it.
- Wiki Education's annual plan for July 2021 - June 2022 includes more focus on Programs & Events Dashboard, starting with a user survey to help prioritize development work. Feedback on the survey draft and live survey preview is welcome, before the finalized survey launches in late July or early August.
The 2021 Dashboard user survey is live, and will remain open for the next few weeks at least. All users of the Dashboard, as well as interested potential users, are invited to take the survey.
The results of the 2021 Dashboard user survey, and the top development priorities that will be part of the roadmap, are summarized in this blog post.
The first iteration of the Programs & Events Dashboard Roadmap is up. It shows current order for the planned work Wiki Education will do to improve Programs & Events Dashboard, and will be updated to show the latest plans over time.
Detailed Wikidata stats are now available. They show up on pages for individual wikidata-related events that haven't already ended, and cumulative stats for updated events show up on each Campaign page. Wikidata stats for older events are still the process of being generated.
Namespace-specific tracking and statistics are now available. Via 'Edit Details', you can specify namespaces other than Mainspace that you want to count towards an event's main statistics.
- December 8, 17:30 UTC (9:30 am Pacific)
- Sage Ross will answer questions and provide support for Dashboard users
- Zoom meeting
For help and discussion, you can join the Dashboard's Telegram channel: https://t.me/peonydashboard
The Wiki Education Foundation originally developed the dashboard for the exclusive use of its own supported class programs on its website at https://dashboard.wikiedu.org/ in 2015. The tool at the time was imagined as a replacement for the 2011 mw:Extension:Education Program tool, which had proven to be costly to manage. Because of outside interest in Wiki Education's tool, the organization copied their in tool in a separate website for community use and testing. With some early help with internationalization and the 'campaign' system from Wikimedia developers, Wiki Education has been maintaining Programs & Events Dashboard for global community use since 2016.
For more documentation on technical development see also:
- GitHub repo for the software - the main place for bugs, feature requests, and ongoing work
- tasks on Phabricator - additional bug reports, tasks, and plans