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  1. Open Badges for editor retention

    Barnstars are awesome, but perhaps we could take them to a new level? Image by Isha, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

    Open Badges are new digital credentials that can recognize an editor’s achievements on a variety of websites — not just on Wikipedia. They can be a powerful tool for engaging more contributors. During the Wikimedia Hackathon in Lyon, a few important steps were taken to make them a reality on projects powered by MediaWiki.... Read more

  2. A translation rally invites volunteers to localize technical messages for MediaWiki software

    Photo by Christian Mehlführer, CC BY-SA 3.0.

    Volunteers from around the world localized tens of thousands of technical messages for open source software, in a translation rally hosted by Wikimedia Sverige during nine days in May. This triggered a four-fold increase in activity on the translation platform Translatewiki.net.... Read more

  3. A new translation home page, the Maven Program and other updates from Language Engineering

  4. Language Engineering Sprint Update: Translation User Experience improvements, testing and coverage

  5. Redesigning the Translation experience: An overview

  6. New release of the MediaWiki Language Extension Bundle, and other updates

  7. Language engineers improve translation tool and meet with their peers

  8. Report from the Spring 2013 Open Source Language Summit

  9. Inching towards enabling our improvements to the Translation user experience

  10. Language Engineering: Progress With Input Methods and Translation Editor