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Toolforge is a hosting environment, also known as Platform as a Service. Toolforge makes it easy for you to perform analytics, administer bots, run webservices​, and create tools. Tools help project editors, technical contributors, and other volunteers who work on Wikimedia projects.
Toolforge is part of the Wikimedia Cloud Services (WMCS) suite of services. It is supported by Wikimedia Foundation staff and volunteers​.
Create or deploy your own tools on Toolforge

Toolforge quickstart
Toolforge documentation
Communication and support
Support and administration of the WMCS resources is provided by the Wikimedia Foundation Cloud Services team and Wikimedia movement volunteers​. Please reach out with questions and join the conversation:
Discuss and receive general support
Receive mail announcements about critical changes
Subscribe to the cloud-announce@​mailing list (all messages are also mirrored to the cloud@ list)
Track work tasks and report bugs
Use the Phabricator workboard #Cloud-Services for bug reports and feature requests about the Cloud VPS infrastructure itself
Learn about major near-term plans
Read the News wiki page
Read news and stories about Wikimedia Cloud Services
Read the Cloud Services Blog (for the broader Wikimedia movement, see the Wikimedia Technical Blog)
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This page was last edited on 15 November 2021, at 20:24.
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