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!
Content delivery networks (CDNs) are one of the modern building blocks of the Internet. This blog post highlights a recent addition to Wikimedia’s CDN setup.
Learn about a new Python library for automatically detecting and summarizing what content is changed by edits on Wikipedia.
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.
Learn how the mwsql library makes it easier to download and work with SQL dump files in formats like Pandas dataframes or CSV.
MediaWiki allows editors to contribute with geospatial content. Learn more about the internals of the map technology we use and the improvements introduced.
MediaWiki page titles are the primary identifiers for all wiki content – learn how they are validated, normalized and parsed and what it took to do so in Rust.
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.
By Arturo Borrero González, Site Reliability Engineer, Wikimedia Cloud Services Team This post continues the discussion of Toolforge updates as…