Right now we use a tag to identify such actions, and that is great. However, as we'll have a dedicated AF page to show problematic executions (slow ones and the ones which had a runtime error) it would make more sense to move this info there.
Customize query in gerrit
|mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter||master||+31 -12||Use /problems together with tagging for actions which hit the conds limit|
|Open||None||T209023 Major overhaul for AbuseFilter|
|Open||Daimona||T193064 Create a dedicated page for stats|
|Resolved||Daimona||T193374 Mass actions always reach condition limit|
|Open||Daimona||T193375 Use the problems' dedicated page instead of tags to show actions which hit the condition limit|
The tagging was meant not only to help maintainers, but also patrollers. If an edit reaches the limit, no additional checks are executed and a potentionally bad edit might have gone through. Is there any problem with keeping this feature?