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16:08, 11 December 2020 (UTC)

Future thoughts with Wikidata edit

Hello ElanHR!

Hope that everything is ok at yours :-)

As you are member in the german "Association of Categorist" and additionally envolved in Wikidata you also might like to have this:

Would you mind to read Talk:Association_of_Categorist_Wikimedians#Future_of_this_WikiProject?

Especially your comments about future thoughts are very welcome in de:Wikipedia_Diskussion:WikiProjekt_Kategorien#Wikidata_und_die_Zukunft_des_Kategoriesystems_von_de:Wikipedia!

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New Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions updates are out edit

There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On October 14, we welcomed Stef Dunlap in our team as Quality and Test Engineer.

On October 20, an update regarding a new Wikifunctions demo (also available here) has been published.

On October 27, we shared a summary of what we achieved thanks to the efforts of six Google Fellows, whose fellowship has come to an end.

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New Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions updates are out edit

There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On November 4, an essay from Denny about the possible evolutions of natural language generation tasks on Wikifunctions was published.

On November 9, an update about a new browser-based tool, Form Checker, was published (instructional video available here).

Also, we have a new channel on IRC, called "wikipedia-abstract-tech", which is also bridged with Telegram. Find out more about (and maybe join) our official channels here.

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New Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions updates are out edit

There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On November 17, we announced the beginning of the consultation about Wikifunctions' Code of Conduct. You are invited to express your opinions in the talk page.

On November 23, we posted a brief newsletter announcing the interview to former Google Fellow and returning Wikipedian Ori Livneh. You can read his full interview on the Diff blog.

Also, we remind you that we have a new channel on IRC, called "wikipedia-abstract-tech", which is also bridged with Telegram. Find out more about (and maybe join) our official channels here.

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A new Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions update is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: news about Natural Language Generation (NLG) meetings, a new Mastodon account for the project, and the latest development updates.

Also, we remind you that:

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There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On December 19, 2022, our last update of 2022 included the detailed evaluation of Wikifunctions and Abstract Wikipedia from our former Google Fellows, as well as the response from our team.

On January 11, 2023, former Google Fellow Sandy Woodruff shared her thoughts and experiences as a co-owner of UX Design and Research.

On January 19, 2023, we celebrated our 100th update with a general overview of the status of the project from Denny.

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A new Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions update is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: we say goodbye to the Google Fellows and we thank our Senior Technical Program Manager for her work; we talk about the recent Between the Brackets podcast (you can find the notes here, courtesy of User:Waldyrious; and we discuss the latest development updates.

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A new Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions update is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: the completion of Goal 4 about improving the function definition experience, a new tool to decode ZObjects, and the latest development updates.

Also, we remind you that, if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on Monday 6 February, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting)

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A new Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions update is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: more thoughts about the Google Fellows evaluation of our projects, a discussion about the name of our internal process for improvement, and the latest development updates.

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A new Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions update is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: an essay from Denny about calculations, the next two appointments with the community, and the latest development updates.

About the appointments with the community, we remind you that:

  • Stef Dunlap, a software engineer in Test Engineering embedded in the Abstract Wikipedia team, is working on running end-to-end tests on per-patch ephemeral test environments. Stef will present her work on February 21, at 17:00 UTC on Google Meet (link to the meeting, the presentation will be recorded).
  • the next Natural Language Generation workstream public meeting will be held on February 21, at 16:30 UTC on Jitsi (link to the meeting).

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A new Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions update is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: the latest changes in our development team, info about our participation at the latest Conversation with Trustees, links to the recordings of our last week's meetings, and the latest development updates.

Enjoy the reading!

-- User:Sannita (WMF) 11:28, 27 February 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #106 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: an essay from Denny about deconstructing narratives around functions, links to the recordings of our last presentations, and the latest development updates.

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held today at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading!

-- User:Sannita (WMF) 09:21, 6 March 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #107 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: an essay from Denny about where to store objects for Abstract Wikipedia (and relative problems with such issue) and the next appointment with the community.

About the last point, we remind you that the next Natural Language Generation workstream public meeting will be held on March 21, at 16:30 UTC on Jitsi (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading!

-- User:Sannita (WMF) 11:02, 17 March 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #108 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue we announce a new paper about Natural Language Generation by Aarne Ranta, member of the Abstract Wikipedia NLG Special Interest Group and professor at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. The paper is also accessible as a pre-print here.

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on April 3, 2023 at 17:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading!

-- User:Sannita (WMF) 10:50, 24 March 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #109 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: a reflection about implementation of functions, a reflection on Abstract Wikipedia from Prof. Maria Keet, and a reminder about an in-person talk about Abstract Wikipedia in Sweden.

Also, we remind you that the next Natural Language Generation special interest group public meeting will be held on April 25, 2023 at 16:30 UTC on Jitsi (link to the meeting). Special guest of the meeting will be Oleg Parashchenko, who will share his experience and thoughts about implementing a multilingual NLG system.

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) 09:11, 21 April 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #110 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: Wikimedia Endowment finances development of the project, and the team has published its manifesto, Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) and communications principles.

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on May 8, 2023 at 17:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 09:54, 2 May 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #111 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: a new full stack software engineer joins the development team, and a presentation of a paper co-authored by Denny about the history of Wikidata.

Enjoy the reading! -- Sannita (WMF) (talk) 13:04, 15 May 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletters #112 and #113 are out edit

There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On May 17, 2023, we thanked Julia for her work and we wished her well for her new work with the Trust & Safety team.

On May 25, 2023, we presented our new viewing and editing experience for Wikifunctions.

Want to catch-up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- Sannita (WMF) (talk) 09:58, 26 May 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #114 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue: a very brief note about the Wikimedia Hackathon in Athens.

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on June 5, 2023 at 17:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Note: since last time we've had some network problems with Jitsi, in case of new malfunctions during next meeting we will provide on short notice a Google Meet link to the participants. Thanks for your understanding.

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 07:08, 3 June 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #115 is out edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue we present the new interface for multilingual editing, and we discuss the results of our "fix-it week".

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 08:35, 9 June 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletters #116 and #117 are out edit

There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On June 22, we summarised the results of our annual in-person meeting in Delft, The Netherlands.

On June 28, we thanked Cai and Allan for their work and we wished them well for their new endeavours.

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on July 10, at 17:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 12:02, 4 July 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletters #118 to #121 are out edit

There are new updates for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions! Please, come and read them!

On July 20, we shared an update on our plans for the initial deployment of Wikifunctions in the next few weeks, what will be possible, and changes to the development in the last few weeks. Also, a request for suggestions on what should be the very first Function to be created in Wikifunctions.

On July 17, we announced a grant from Google.org.

On July 12, we announced a grant from The Rockefeller Foundation.

On July 7, we welcomed a new Director of Product to the team.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- Quiddity (WMF) (talk) 21:38, 20 July 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #122 is out: Wikifunctions is live! edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we announce that Wikifunctions.org is live (in read-only mode), we welcome a new member of the team, and we announce a new job opening.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 16:02, 31 July 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #125 is out: Wikimania digest, CoSMo language, GFpedia demo, CCKS keynote edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we recap what happened at our sessions at Wikimania 2023, we talk about some new updates regarding our Natural Language Generation special interest group (NLG SIG), and we briefly speak about Denny's most recent keynote speech.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 10:35, 1 September 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #126 is out: Let's start building morphological paradigms! edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, Denny proposes a call for action for creating morphological paradigms on Wikifunctions.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 19:25, 10 September 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #127 is out: Renderers and parsers for types edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, Denny introduces a discussion about how to represent integers on Wikifunctions and its related challenges.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 08:07, 22 September 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #128 is out: Serializers and deserializers for types edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, Denny introduces a discussion about how to make types easier to use, by discussing serializers and deserializers, and their role in Wikifunctions.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 16:47, 29 September 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #129 is out: Arguments made easier edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss the recent improvements that made it easy to reference arguments in functions.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 13:58, 5 October 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #130 is out: Running on WebAssembly edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our decision of rewriting the evaluator encapsulation service, in order to make it run on WebAssembly.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 13:31, 27 October 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #131 is out: Python on WebAssembly; Improved Object selector; Next volunteer's corner edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our latest technical improvements on Wikifunctions.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on November 13, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 12:16, 6 November 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #132 is out: Wikifunctions, the library of functions that anyone can use and edit edit

 

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we finally announce that Wikifunctions is on general availability, and that functions can be run also by non-logged in users!

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on November 13, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 09:50, 10 November 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #133 is out: What types next? edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss which new types of functions should we support and the latest changes to the software.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 15:10, 18 November 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #134 is out: Welcome, Grace and Miguel! Appointing Functioneers now by community edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we present two new members of the team, we discuss the latest changes in software, and we announce that Functioneer right will be now assigned by the community.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on December 4, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 12:01, 1 December 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #135 is out: Announcing Wikifunctions on the Wikimedia Foundation blog. Looking for feedback on the Function page proposal edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we present the latest blogpost about us on WMF blog, and we invite you to share your feedback at the Wikifunctions' Project chat on the new proposed designs for the Function page.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 19:06, 7 December 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #136 is out: Looking back at 2023 edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we look back at all the accomplishments that we achieved in 2023 and we thank you all for your help in achieving them. Also, we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

This will be the last newsletter for 2023, so see you again in 2024!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 11:49, 15 December 2023 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #137 is out: Introducing our first new type: Lists edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we introduce our newest and much requested type of function, list. Also, we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on January 8, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 10:37, 5 January 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #138 is out: The Joy of Collaboration; Introducing the Function of the Week: reverse string edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we present you an essay from Denny and we introduce a new section of the newsletter, dedicated to the "function of the week". Also, we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

We also wanted to note that we are in the process of moving the Updates from Meta to Wikifunctions. We'll keep you updated about it.

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 12:27, 12 January 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #139 is out: Refreshing the Function page; Function of the Week: ROT13 edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we announce a redesign and rewrite of the Function page and we present our first "function of the week". Also, we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 12:05, 19 January 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #140 is out: Getting debug information from code; Function of the Week: Wrap string edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss debugging in implementations and we present our new "function of the week". Also, we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 10:54, 26 January 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #141 is out: The Igbo Imperative! edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we focus on language functions in Igbo, a language spoken by more than 44 million people in South-Eastern Nigeria. Also, we take a look at the latest software developments.

Starting from this issue, the status updates will be hosted on Wikifunctions, instead of Meta. One more step towards maturation of the project!

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive (on Meta)!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on February 5, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 09:14, 2 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #142 is out: Quarterly planning. Thank you, Nick! Function of the Week: is permutation edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss about the results of our last internal planning meeting, whose objective was to define what we will work on in this quarter. Also, we take a look at the latest changes in the team and the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive on Wikifunctions and also on Meta.

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 16:22, 8 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #143 is out: Fix-it week edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we take a look at the latest software developments, after our monthly "fix-it week", where we work on technical debt and other issues that pile up in our daily work.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive on Wikifunctions and also on Meta.

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 18:19, 16 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #144 is out: Updating the function model edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we present the new documentation about our function model and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 09:55, 23 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #145 is out: Type proposal for natural numbers edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our progresses with the new natural numbers type, we talk about events we are taking part to, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on March 4, at 18:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 11:40, 1 March 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #146 is out: Introducing our second new type: Natural numbers edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss the launch of the new natural numbers type, we talk about events we are taking part to, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 13:58, 8 March 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #147 is out: On identity edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss the notion of identity and present our latest document about how we represent it, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 15:27, 14 March 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #148 is out: On the way to internationalizing numbers edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our progresses with the implementation of renderers and parsers for natural numbers, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Enjoy the reading! -- User:Sannita (WMF) (talk) 14:11, 22 March 2024 (UTC)Reply

Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #149 is out: Creating tests is now much easier! edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our progresses with tests and how it is easier to make them, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #150 is out: Product Update on Diff and Upcoming API Improvements edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our latest blog post on Diff, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive!

Also, we remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on April 8, at 22:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #151 is out: New API for calling Wikifunctions and celebrating 1000 functions edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss the new API for calling Wikifunctions, we celebrate our first 1,000 functions, and we take a look at the latest software developments. Also, there's a job opening for joining our team!

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive.

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #152 is out: Welcome, Sharvani! edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we welcome a new member of the team and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive.

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #153 is out: Team meeting and Quarterly plan edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss the results of our team meeting held in San Francisco, USA, as well as presenting the objectives that we will pursue in the next months.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive.

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Next Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Volunteer's Corner is on May 6 edit

We remind you that if you have questions or ideas to discuss, the next Volunteers' Corner will be held on May 6, at 17:30 UTC (link to the meeting).

Apologies for the reaching out to you with a separate message.

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #154 is out: Flagship type for enumerations: Months of the Gregorian calendar edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we discuss our first proposal for a new type for enumerations and we take a look at the latest software developments.

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #155 is out: Call for Functions: Spell out the number! edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we call on you to help us doing new language functions about numbers and we also take a look at the latest software developments.

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Wikifunctions & Abstract Wikipedia Newsletter #156 is out: New type - Gregorian calendar months edit

There is a new update for Abstract Wikipedia and Wikifunctions. Please, come and read it!

In this issue, we announce our initial enumeration Type, Gregorian calendar months, and we take a look at the latest software developments.

Want to catch up with the previous updates? Check our archive.

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