The Wikimania 2022 Hackathon is a free, online event where anyone interested in Wikimedia technology can work together on projects, learn new skills, and meet other technical contributors. Don’t miss this opportunity to come together with other Wikimedia technical community members!
The Wikimedia Developer Portal guides technical audiences to key documentation and community resources. By organizing links into thematic sections focused on developer tasks, it helps people more easily find information about Wikimedia technology.
It’s time to start proposing sessions and projects for hacking at the Wikimedia Hackathon 2022!
The Wikimedia Hackathon 2022 will take place as a hybrid event on May 20-22, 2022. The Hackathon will be held online and there are grants available to support local in-person meetups around the world.
This year’s outreach programs were some of the most successful ever. This post highlights projects from Google Summer of Code 2021 and Outreachy Round 22.
The Wikimedia Foundation Design Systems Team provides updates and outcomes from the recent Vue.js Designer Workshop and Developer Summit, which aimed to help us converge on a single design system and UI component library moving forward as we officially adopt Vue.js.
Learn more about how to participate in the small wiki toolkits initiative.
We have recently developed WikiNav, an interactive tool to analyze and visualize reader navigation, as part of an Outreachy-internship.
Wikipedia articles are missing images, and Wikipedia images are missing captions. A scientific competition organized by the Research team at the Wikimedia Foundation could help bridge this gap. The WMF is also releasing a large image dataset to help researchers and practitioners build systems for automatic image-text retrieval in the context of Wikipedia.