During the meet-up of Wikimedians from the San Francisco Bay Area last week-end, people were talking about the need for various kind of documents and goodies to hand out at the Maker Faire. I realized that we could actually organize some sort of Marketing Marathon during the next meet-up.
I will be available on IRC to answer questions related to the Multimedia usability project this Thursday, February 4, 2010 @ 1700 UTC. Please join us in #wikimedia-office on Freenode
Where our hero gets a new job and moves to the other side of the world.
Do you regularly use media sharing platforms like Flickr, Youtube, Fotopedia, Picasa web or Panoramio? Then you can tell us what you love (or hate) about their interface and features, to help us improve Wikimedia Commons.
I follow a set of RSS feeds related to user experience and interaction design. Until now, I have been reading them for my own benefit; but with my new job, it makes sense to pick a few interesting pieces of information for Wikimedians who want to better understand the work of the Wikimedia usability team(s).
An open letter to writers who restrict the content of their RSS feed to only include a short excerpt of their articles.
Where our hero flies to Germany and dives head first into C++/Qt development, helped by a team of passionate KDE developers who can also cook.
Because digiKam provides the tools and Commons the problems, the two should enjoy a happy marriage.
Candidacies are now open for the 2009 election to the Board of Trustees of the Wikimedia Foundation. A fair amount of people have been asking me if I would be a candidate; the answer is “not likely”.
Where our hero makes an early Christmas wishlist and implores the developer fairies to give Wikimedia Commons some much-needed love.