I thought the word "saved" was replaced with "published" recently. I see most of the messages reflecting the change except the success message of VE. It still shows "Your edit was saved." and not "Your edit was published."
|Open||None||T163302 Consider to re-label "Save changes"/"Publish changes" to be "Save & Publish"|
|Resolved||Ladsgroup||T161367 Re-label the "Save" links to be "Publish" in structured data inline edit links on Wikidata.org|
|Resolved||Jdforrester-WMF||T131132 Re-label the "Save" button to be "Publish", to better indicate to users the outcomes of their action|
|Resolved||DLynch||T183901 Reword post edit notification to reflect save->publish change on desktop|
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- T228260: obey wgEditSubmitButtonLabelPublish setting in Wikidata Bridge
T191104: Reword post edit notification to reflect save->publish change on mobile
T185071: The tooltip and label for the publish (save) button do not match
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- T191104: Reword post edit notification to reflect save->publish change on mobile
This is the postedit-confirmation-saved message, which needs to get adjusted to postedit-confirmation-published in a few places.
Patch handles the VE cases.
There's also resources/src/mediawiki.action/mediawiki.action.view.postEdit.js which uses saved directly, if it's the value stored in the wgPostEdit config, which the classic EditPage setPostEditCookie does. Since that's entirely an old-editor path, I think, should it be updated as well or left alone?