ABOUT ME

I am passionate about promoting the Igbo language amid the fast development taking place in the world. As a way of contributing, securing, and learning from scientific developments, I have volunteered in community services for the translation and voicing of health-related messages for illiterate women organized by REDAID NIGERIA in partnership with Audiopedia (URIDU) and sponsored by GIZ.


My flash fiction titled "Nurtures Inside" has been published in the only surviving student journal since 1961 called The Muse. WakeUp Africa magazine has published my creative poem titled "Survivor" in one of her post-Covid poetry contests.


As a lover of music, I enjoy playing the keyboard as food for my soul. I am open to learning new things in the academic, entertainment, political and religious sectors.

View it! September updateEdit

 
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View it! Tool update Sept. 2022


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As a reminder, you can view details about how to install the View it! user script or use the Toolforge tool on our meta page. Please use the talk page there to contact the team!

August happenings

  • We held two community conversations, one in person at Wikimania 2022/Pittsburgh and one virtual during a Wikimedians in Residence Exchange Network meeting.
    • During both meetings we discussed final design of View it!, and results refinement and querying. Check the August updates for notes from both meetings.
  • View it! is working across all Wikimedia projects, and we are currently working on multi-lingual functionality.

Coming in September

  • Currently plan to focus development on multilingialism, on-wiki/editor features for the user script, and extending the search functions on Toolforge.
  • We are continuing to respond to user feedback and finalizing design.

Action to take

  • Install Beta script and see how it can used to add new images to articles.
  • All editors are invited to share the tool with their local wiki communities, or incorporate it into relevant local templates, such as infoboxes. If you do so, please let us know about it, so we can ensure backwards compatibility for that use case as we continue development!
  • Feel free to leave comments on our Discussion page

-- JamieF (talk) 19:45, 11 September 2022 (UTC)