Documenting is the key to thrive

If there is something that this internship proved right, it's that sometimes you need novices that don't quite know what to expect to help you find the most obvious points of failure.... read more »

Switching strategies and recalibrating expectations

As time went by during the initial outreach phase, I've come to realize how short my internship is to solve most, if not all, problems I've encountered that disturb the process of recruiting and welcoming new technical translators, and that haunts me.... read more »

Bringing documentation to light

Obviously the work isn't completed with miracles and magic, but the full complexity and importance of all the work done behind the scenes did not occur to me until I got involved with one of the most important aspects of a free software project: documentation.... read more »

I see things from a different point of view

For a long time, hearing the word "work" would cause me to panic. How would be my routine? Would my employer be capable of understand and provide the accommodations I need to execute my duties? Would I be capable of working or having attractive qualifications to be hired?... read more »

Understanding my role at Wikimedia

(...) I believe it's achievable to make a wide study about multiple aspects involved by the scope of my project proposal and that my conclusions and reports can make a difference in long term, besides helping to come up with the solution to immediate problems.... read more »