User:SRodlund/Toolforge technical documentation improvements/ideas for techincial documentation portal design/toolforge portal sandbox
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Toolforge is a hosting environment for developers working on services that provide value to the Wikimedia movement. The platform allows developers to easily do ad hoc analytics, administer bots, run webservices, and generally create tools to help Wikimedia project editors, technical contributors, and other volunteers in their work. The environment also includes access to a variety of data services. This infrastructure is supported by a dedicated group of Wikimedia Foundation staff and volunteers.
This portal will blah blah blah blah.
List of tools and cool stuff you can do
Get Started with Toolforge
Get started with Toolforge and other Wikimedia Cloud Services by creating the accounts you need.
(setting up the right environments/workflows/software)
Things you can do / get involved
Communication and support
We communicate and provide support through several primary channels. Please reach out with questions and to join the conversation.
|Phabricator Workboard||#Cloud-Services||Task tracking and bug reporting|
|IRC Channel||#wikimedia-cloud connect
|General discussion and support|
|Mailing List||cloud@||Information about ongoing initiatives, general discussion and support|
|Announcement emails||cloud-announce@||Information about critical changes (all messages mirrored to cloud@)|
|News wiki page||News||Information about major near-term plans|
|Cloud Services Blog||Clouds & Unicorns||Learning more details about some of our work|
|Wikimedia Technical Blog||techblog.wikimedia.org||News and stories from the Wikimedia technical movement|
Introduction to Wikimedia Cloud Services
Understand Wikimedia Cloud Services (WCMS) and which services to use.