We can already do that for Wikivoyage, need to expand that to other types of maps.
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- rEWMVd5a7ba17c7b1: More reliable handling of WMA and WIWOSM buttons
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rMW866106d6c365: Updated mediawiki/core Project: mediawiki/extensions/WikimediaEvents…
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rEWMVce8e2ba5d07b: More reliable handling of WMA and WIWOSM buttons
rMEXTa7b64cadaf77: Updated mediawiki/extensions Project: mediawiki/extensions/WikimediaEvents…
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rEWMVfffccc3deae9: Track interaction with WMA and WIWOSM maps
I can't review https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/229586 and not sure I should.
The commit doesn't specify what it is supposed to do (commit message), and I personally have no experience with neither the code being changed nor the gadgets it is instrumenting, or how to test locally that this works.
What I can see is that the current master version of ext.wikimediaEvents.geoFeatures.js in the WikimediaEvents repo already has code to track WikiMiniAtlas (WMA), WIWOSM and Wikivoyage. This new commit doesn't appear to change that code much, the commit mostly does some arbitrary refactoring – yet the commit message says it introduces the tracking, but it was already there. Presumably it doesn't work? Please specify why it didn't work, and (more importantly) why the new version does work.