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The Signpost: 20 August 2012
- In the news: American judges on citing Wikipedia
- WikiProject report: Land of Calm and Contrast: WikiProject Korea
- Featured content: Enough for a week – but I'm damned if I see how the helican.
- Technology report: Lua onto test2wiki and news of a convention-al extension
GOCE news and September drive invitation
|Invitation from the Guild of Copy Editors
The Guild of Copy Editors invites you to participate in its events:
I'm sorry to report that there were not enough accounts available for you to have one. I have you on our list though and if more become available we will notify you promptly.
We're continually working to bring resources like Credo to Wikipedia editors, and this will very hopefully not be your last opportunity to sign up for one. If you haven't already, please check out WP:HighBeam and WP:Questia, where accounts are still available. Cheers, Ocaasi 19:13, 22 August 2012 (UTC)
The Signpost: 27 August 2012
- News and notes: Tough journey for new travel guide
- WikiProject report: From sonic screwdrivers to jelly babies: WikiProject Doctor Who
- Featured content: Wikipedia rivals The New Yorker: Mark Arsten
- Technology report: Just how bad is the code review backlog?
GOCE September activities
|Reminders from the Guild of Copy Editors
A quick reminder of our current events:
The Signpost: 03 September 2012
- Featured content: Wikipedia's Seven Days of Terror
- Technology report: Time for a MediaWiki Foundation?
The Tea Leaf - Issue Six
Hi! Welcome to the sixth edition of The Tea Leaf, the official newsletter of the Teahouse!
- Teahouse serves over 700 new editors in six months on Wikipedia! Since February 27, 741 new editors have participated at the Teahouse. The Q&A board and the guest intro pages are more active than ever.
- Automatic invites are doing the trick: 50% more new editors visiting each week. Ever since HostBot's automated invite trial phase began we've seen a boost in new editor participation. Automating a baseline set of invitations also allows Teahouse hosts to focus on serving hot cups of help to guests, instead of spending countless hours inviting.
- Guests to the Teahouse continue to edit more & interact more with other community members than non-Teahouse guests according to six month metrics. Teahouse guests make more than twice the article edits and edit more talk pages than other new editors.
- New host process implemented which encourages anyone to get started as a Teahouse host in a few easy steps. Stop by the hosts page and become a Teahouse host today!
- Host lounge renovations nearing completion. Working closely with Teahouse hosts, we've made some major renovations to the Teahouse Host Lounge - the main hangout and resource space for hosts. Learn more about the improvements here.
As always, thanks for supporting the Teahouse project! Stop by and visit us today!
You are receiving The Tea Leaf after expressing interest or participating in the Teahouse! To remove yourself from receiving future newsletters, please remove your username here. EdwardsBot (talk) 00:07, 6 September 2012 (UTC)
The Signpost: 10 September 2012
- From the editor: Signpost adapts as news consumption changes
- Special report: Lawsuit filed against two Wikipedians
- Discussion report: Closing Wikiquette; Image Filter; Education Program and Memento extensions
- WikiProject report: WikiProject Fungi
- Featured content: Not a "Gangsta's Paradise", but still rappin'
- Technology report: Mmmm, milkshake...
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