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Enable extension ShortURL for the Konkani Wikipedia
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Please set up the ShortURL extension on the Konkani Wikipedia (gomwiki).

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Change 466778 had a related patch set uploaded (by MarcoAurelio; owner: MarcoAurelio):
[operations/mediawiki-config@master] Enable ShortURL on gom.wikipedia

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Mentioned in SAL (#wikimedia-operations) [2018-10-11T23:30:17Z] <Reedy> created shorturl table on gomwiki T206741

Change 466778 merged by jenkins-bot:
[operations/mediawiki-config@master] Enable ShortURL on gom.wikipedia

Mentioned in SAL (#wikimedia-operations) [2018-10-11T23:33:20Z] <Reedy> ran mwscript extensions/ShortUrl/populateShortUrlTable.php --wiki=gomwiki T206741

MarcoAurelio closed this task as Resolved.Oct 11 2018, 11:35 PM
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Thanks @MarcoAurelio, that was fast. In fact, it's one of the fastest I've seen a task resolved on Phabricator. :)

@MarcoAurelio, per T40863, we would like to have the ShortURL link with the grey share icon and tooltip instead of the link being displayed below the page title (i.e. we would like to have it the way it is in the Hindi Wikipedia). Since it seems that T40863 will take some time to materialise, please could you implement this in the Konkani Wikipedia?

If it helps, I have tested it using common.js for myself:

I was trying to use MediaWiki messages to generalise it, but was unsuccessful.

You can include your code in MediaWiki:Common.js to apply for all styles or to MediaWiki:Vector.js to apply only to those who use Vector. If you replace .js extension with .css, you would be able to modify CSS. This requires being interface administrator. This right can be granted by bureaucrats (or stewards, if no bureaucrats were appointed).

At present we don't have an admin on the Konkani Wikipedia who would be able to do this, so I would appreciate if a steward could implement it for us.