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GSoC Wikimedia Bi-Weekly Report 6

(This is part of a (mandatory) blog series documenting my experience in GSoC 2020 with Wikimedia Foundation. This series should serve for record-keeping purposes and as a reference for future GSoC students.)

Feature Added: Qualifiers

Yay, all frequently used qualifiers added in. (Mainly, to support qualifiers, we added those new question types to the system.)

Feature Added: i18n

Yeah, internationalization …

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GSoC Wikimedia Bi-Weekly Report 5

(This is part of a (mandatory) blog series documenting my experience in GSoC 2020 with Wikimedia Foundation. This series should serve for record-keeping purposes and as a reference for future GSoC students.)

Feature Added: Contributions Page

As promised last week, here comes the contributions page, showing which questions, along with the collected answers, were answered by the user.

Feature Added:

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GSoC Wikimedia Bi-Weekly Report 4

(This is part of a (mandatory) blog series documenting my experience in GSoC 2020 with Wikimedia Foundation. This series should serve for record-keeping purposes and as a reference for future GSoC students.)

Feature Added: Test Questions

An important feature of the tool is the ability to make sure that data generated by this tool is as accurate as possible. One …

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GSoC Wikimedia Bi-Weekly Report 3

(This is part of a (mandatory) blog series documenting my experience in GSoC 2020 with Wikimedia Foundation. This series should serve for record-keeping purposes and as a reference for future GSoC students.)

Coding Begins

So, the Community Bonding Period ended, marking the start of a new chapter – coding (the fun stuff).

With everything (or at least most) laid out …

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GSoC Wikimedia Bi-Weekly Report 2

(This is part of a (mandatory) blog series documenting my experience in GSoC 2020 with Wikimedia Foundation. This series should serve for record-keeping purposes and as a reference for future GSoC students.)

Community Consultation

Before we dive into coding, we decided that we had a few questions that we wanted to ask our community, our future possible users for some …

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