|Resolved||leila||T112326 [Epic] Reader segmentation research - Q2|
|Resolved||• jhobs||T113443 First QuickSurvey for reader segmentation research - external survey|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T111445 GOAL: Run our first survey campaign|
|Resolved||• jhobs||T110661 Deploy QuickSurveys extension to the English Wikipedia|
|Resolved||• rmoen||T110662 QuickSurveys extension should pass security review|
|Resolved||• rmoen||T110199 Get QuickSurveys enabled on beta cluster|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T110200 Spike: Release first version of QuickSurveys|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T111292 Don't load Mustache and Hogan on mobile|
|Declined||None||T111472 QA: No browser tests covering QuickSurveys in mobile skin|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T110198 Add basic browser tests|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T110225 Add basic browser tests: external surveys|
|Resolved||phuedx||T110196 Badly defined surveys cause issues|
|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T114485 QuickSurveys throws exception on non-HTTPS|
I think we're ready to do this with the 0.6 release (maybe we should rename to 1.0?). I'm assuming this involves including the extension within mediawiki-config and letting it ride the train, not actually doing a SWAT deploy? @bmansurov or @Jdlrobson, confirm? If there's more to it than just including the wfLoadExtension line, then maybe someone would want to walk me through it.
You need to make sure the extension is getting branched in the make-wmf-branch tool, is currently included in the deployed code, and then you can add your wfLoadExtension call, after coordinating with @greg. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Writing_an_extension_for_deployment has details of the process up to that point.