We’re all eager to bring Wikimedia Space into production; the momentum and enthusiasm are in the air. Keeping our eye on the future, though, there are still a number of ways in which Wikimedia Space needs to develop in order to move from a prototype into production. These are the prototype success criteria written by Space admins.
We welcome your questions and feedback below.
- 1000 registered users
- Main page reflects different types of Blog news and Discuss activity.
- Stable and consistent taxonomy of categories and tags.
- Wikimedia login.
- Multilingual support allows everyone to participate in Space in their own language.
- MediaWiki integration for notifications, content updates and search.
- First design iteration complete, including consistent navigation and look&feel between Blog and Discuss.
- Final URL decided and ready to be used.
- Wikimedia Space community review process to identify blockers for production.
- Blockers recognized by the Wikimedia Space admins are resolved or committed to be resolved in a short term plan.
- Editorial calendar with at least three blog posts published every week.
- Editorial Board and Editorial Guidelines created, offer an engagement process open to everyone, include at least two volunteers participating.
- Documented process to submit news.
- Documented process to publish or translate articles in languages other than English.
- At least two submissions / translations per month in three languages other than English (at least 2 non-Latin scripts, one of them right-to-left), reviewed by trusted volunteers native speakers of these languages.
- Documented process to migrate existing news channels to Space.
- Newsletter use case fully implemented.
- At least 60% of participants in a survey among blog post authors consider the Blog ready for production.
- An average of at least 200 daily visits of registered users.
- An average of at least 40 daily engaged users (liking or posting).
- Populated, dynamic and well-functioning calendar and map of events.
- Moderators team created and enforcing a Code of Conduct, offers an engagement process open to everyone, includes at least two volunteers specializing in two different languages.
- A moderation guide that has undergone preliminary testing (ideally with real cases)
- Guidelines to participate in languages other than English.
- At least three active groups discussing in languages other than English (at least 2 non-Latin scripts, one of them right-to-left), supported by volunteer moderators native speakers of these languages.
- At least 3 closed groups and a common practice established.
- Proof of concept for Q&A system.
- Proof of concept for mailing list emulation.
- At least 60% of participants in a survey among registered users are between Satisfied and Very Satisfied.
- All departments have been briefed about Wikimedia Space and their opportunities to participate.
- All Foundation announcements addressed to the movement are published in Space.
- Community Engagement, Product, Technology and Legal publish their news in Space systematically.
- Technical maintenance plan agreed with SRE.
- Green light from Security.
- Green light from Legal.
- Green light from Comms.
- Green light from the Chief of CE.