- Determine whether the extension is actually able to make an edit in the name of the user, on that file page of that source wiki
- If that is not possible, would there be another sensible option (that is not exploding in scope)
- Why did this fail the first time? --> Fisch did some research T160181: Display new location in source wiki
- What would be part of a follow up ticket would be adding a confirmation prompt allowing users to take a decision whether that step should happen
Only relevant in the future
Ideas for actual implementation acceptance criteria:
- Add a config flag to allow people deciding whether they want auto edits in the other direction.
Idea for future: On the target wiki, instead of redirecting to a success page with success message, we would directly redirect to the new file page, with the success message being displayed there
- If we know the now-commons-equivalent template for a source wiki, the FileExporter makes an edit in the source wiki, in the name of the user who moved the file
- The edit would add the now-commons-equivalent template to the top of the page
- The edit summary would say This file is now on Commons (moved with FileImporter) in the name of the moving user
- Don't make this default behavior just yet, we would want to add a confirmation page before, once it is clear that and how this can be done. TODO should this be enablable by adding sth to the URL or so, so we can test it already?