On Special:AbuseLog, please add checkboxes for multiple hidding and unhidding of log entries. Actually you can do this with the "change visibility" option, but you have to do it one by one. This is not practical. Thank you.
|mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter||master||+172 -68||Overhaul the interface for hiding AbuseLog entries|
|Resolved||Daimona||T260904 Overhaul the interface for suppressing AbuseLog entries|
|Resolved||Daimona||T144096 AbuseLog: add checkboxes for multiple hidding and unhidding of log entries|
- Mentioned In
- T271667: No longer able to change visibility of hits from details view
T232688: Remove jquery.checkboxShiftClick from default payload
T236192: AbuseLog should have a suppression API
T206938: No acknowledgement when suppressing AbuseFilter entries
- Mentioned Here
- P8017 Important and short patches in AbuseFilter currently under review
T22189: Allow mass-suppression on Special:Undelete
T121297: Allow RevisionDelete (change visibility) of multiple revisions on Special:Contributions
- Duplicates Merged Here
- T250175: Provide "change visibility of selected revisions" equivalent buttons @ abuselog
T234707: Allow hiding all abusefilter hits in a specific time range
T206937: Allow for bulk suppression of abusefilter entries
T194617: Allow suppressing multiple events in the AbuseFilter log
@lfaraone do you already have a patch for this? Given the recent reports about abuselog suppression, I'd like to work on related tasks and the needed patches will probably have to be dependent on each other.
P.S. @Amorymeltzer, I'm writing it here because I don't have a good place to do it: could you please add me as subscriber of T207085? I've already seen what the task is about and planning to work on it. Thanks!
@MarcoAurelio Sure! I can do better: write down a list of urgent patches, ordered by priority (regardless of how complex are them), and a list of easy patches under review (usually doc-only or other minor changes). The latter can be as important as the former, since they often make writing other patches easier, and of course are much quicker to review. Matěj did a great job in reviewing a dozen of them lately, but there are others. Where should I post the list once done?
Feel free to add me as reviewer for the most easy ones (those that are typos, docs, i18n changes, etc.). My coding is still pretty rough and I'm still learning, but if I can do my part to help clear a bit the backlog, then I'd be more than happy to help.