- Mentioned In
- T101362: A #Templates tag for tasks related with creating/fixing MediaWiki templates?
- Mentioned Here
- T1238: Central Code Repository for code used on wikis (Templates, Lua modules, Gadgets)
T85433: Using Phabricator for gadget-related tasks
T89594: Use the arbitrary access to Wikidata feature on Commons (tracking)
Hmm,if the intention of the tag is to "only" track conversion or rewrites, then "Lua" as a tag name might be too broad?
On the other hand a general "Lua" tag would allow people who know the Lua language to find tasks to work on easily. Would that mean that all (or most?) tasks under MediaWiki-extensions-Lua and MediaWiki-extensions-Scribunto should also have this tag, or even set up an automatic global Herald rule to add that new generic Lua tag?
Would love to hear more opinions of the Lua community here!
My first reaction is "we track on-wiki stuff in phab?" But maybe we do.
It's already confusing that we have a "Lua" extension along with Scribunto.
If we dump everything in either of those into the tag it would be a
hopeless muddle. And many Scribunto tasks at least need PHP code as much as
This is a request for tracking on-wiki tasks in Phabricator.
I admit I'm not a huge fan of it if there is no clear buy-in from several community members to actually use Phabricator, create such tasks, and triage tasks by associating that project to those tasks.
Please see related discussion in T85433 and T1238. I'm tempted to decline this request for the time being, but if there is larger Lua script community buy-in, please provide some links. :)