This is an internal WMDE presentation made to introduce people to the land of Wikimedia CI, MediaWiki deployment and config changes.
This briefly covers:
- Jenkins & Zuul
- CI Config
- Beta Cluster
- The MediaWiki train
- The Docker & Kubernetes future?
This is an internal WMDE presentation made to introduce people to Event Logging.
This is an internal WMDE presentation made to introduce people to Docker and the Wikibase docker images already introduced in this post.
This presentation was used as part of a lightning talk at Wikicite 2017 promoting the plan by the WMDE community tech team to implement an extends attribute for the ref tag in wikitext.
The aim of the presentation was to prompt questions and discussion.
This relates to phabricator ticket https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T151301
This presentation was used during the 2017 Wikimedia Hackathon showcase presentations.
The code shown can be found @ https://github.com/addshore/mediawiki-docker-dev
Below you will find an internal WMDE presentation covering the general area of WMDE Metric & Data Gatherings from 2016.
This presentation follows on from the initial introduction to engineering analytics activities.
The presentation skims through:
- WMDE Grafana dashboards
- The Wikimedia Analytics landscape
- Grafana & graphite
- Hadoop, Kafka, Hive & Oozie
- EventLogging, Mysql replicas & MediaWiki logs
- Out Analytics scripts
- How to get access
This is an internal WMDE presentation given at the start of “metric driven development” for the WMDE & Wikidata dev teams.
The presentation is pretty bare bones but it provides a general overview of the plan and links to the current state of things.
The main area of interest from the presentation is the resources slide copied below for convenience.
In 2015 I attended another WMUK Wikidata training event.
Below you can find the presentation that I used, created using slides.com.
During 2015 I attended another Axel Springer Hack Day similar to the one in 2014, with Wikidata being one of the APIs that was presented.
The presentation can be seen below:
Spaghetti Open Data is made up of a group of Italian citizens interested in the release of public data in open formats, in order to make it easy to access and reuse.
Starting in 2010 they have had yearly conferences.
I was lucky enough to be invited to their conference this year (SOD14) as the keynote speaker talking about Wikidata, paid for by Wikimedia Italy.
An overview of the conference can be found at http://www.spaghettiopendata.org/page/conferenza-sod14
Photo by: Homer Project. Harmonising Open Data
My talk went well and during the day many people came to discuss various things with me.
My presentation can be found on Google Drive.
As for my participation in the rest of the conference, well, I don’t speak Italian, so……
I can however say that Italy is a great place!