I’m here to give you some updates on our work with the WikiToLearn community and, since I like this idea, I was thinking that “Wiki, what’s going on?” could become a nice section of our blog where to give updates on our work and things like that.
So, let’s start: recently the promo team had a (mini) sprint where some important features were discussed. Mainly we focused on participation: both on how to involve new users and on how to enforce the community structure. In my opinion, this is an extremely important task to be accomplished and I appreciate all the efforts we are doing to come up with an effective organization. We came up with cool ideas, such as local groups, “wiki-thons” and others but now it’s time to test them. The editors group is working hard as well: review of the contents, definition of an internal structure and writing new contents are our daily work. Actually I’m not part of the tech group, so I can not give you any update but the certainty that our guys work day after day to improve ux experience, to a better and always effective infrastructure and to solve other problems of which I have no expertise to talk about.
For today it’s everything. I’d like to conclude this post with something I am pretty sure about: if you ask “Wiki, what’s going on?”, “working hard to improve” can be a good answer!