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Improving references for readability with Wikidata[edit]

Hello, I saw your proposal on village pump, and am really interested in helping make this happen. I'm a designer at WMF and have been working on future ideas to improve the readability of references. I would love to hear your opinion on the ideas there on the talkpage! I've also been working with the Visual Editor team to build a better citation dialogue that makes it easy to add a citation using a template. I wonder how this dialogue to grow in the future help editors easily pull existing Wikidata entries or create new entries. What are your thoughts on this? KHammerstein (WMF) (talk) 19:05, 23 April 2014 (UTC)

@KHammerstein (WMF): Hi, there. Thanks for your support. While there was some interest, I thought my proposal might have died. I would love to further contribute to the discussion on reference readability. And, you're right to bring up the Visual Editor. Any system which allows users to enter less information makes GUI implementation easier. I think what I proposed could be applied to make citation via the Visual Editor far more user-friendly. —Sowlos  19:35, 23 April 2014 (UTC)

Medical Translation Newsletter Aug./Sept. 2014[edit]

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Medical Translation Newsletter
Issue 2, Aug./Sept. 2014
by CFCF

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Feature – Ebola articles[edit]

Electron micrograph of an Ebola virus virion

During August we have translated Disease and it is now live in more than 60 different languages! To help us focus on African languages Rubric has donated a large number of articles in languages we haven't previously reached–so a shout out them, and Ian Henderson from Rubric who's joined us here at Wikipedia. We're very happy for our continued collaboration with both Rubric and Translators without Borders!

Just some of our over 60 translations:
New roles and guides!

At Wikimania there were so many enthusiastic people jumping at the chance to help out the Medical Translation Project, but unfortunately not all of them knew how to get started. That is why we've been spending considerable time writing and improving guides! They are finally live, and you can find them at our home-page!

New sign up page!

We're proud to announce a new sign up page at WP:MTSIGNUP! The old page was getting cluttered and didn't allow you to speficy a role. The new page should be easier to sign up to, and easier to navigate so that we can reach you when you're needed!

Style guides for translations

Translations are of both full articles and shorter articles continues. The process where short articles are chosen for translation hasn't been fully transparent. In the coming months we hope to have a first guide, so that anyone who writes medical or health articles knows how to get their articles to a standard where they can be translated! That's why we're currently working on medical good lede criteria! The idea is to have a similar peer review process to good article nominations, but only for ledes.

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-- CFCF 🍌 (email) 13:09, 24 September 2014 (UTC)