I propose that, for all wikis where wgAbuseFilterNotifications is enabled, wgAbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate also be enabled, sending logs to udp, to help with patrolling
|operations/mediawiki-config||master||+3 -16||abusefilter.php: Enable wgAbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate by default for WMF wikis|
- Mentioned In
- T175438: Hits from private AbuseFilters aren't in the stream
T266944: AbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate: Enable notifications for private filters on es.wikipedia
- Mentioned Here
- rOMWC62c2e02f8360: abusefilter.php: Enable wgAbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate by default for WMF…
T46045: Enable $wgAbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate for enwiki
T154358: Set $wgAbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate = true; on Meta-Wiki
T218527: Enable wgAbuseFilterNotificationsPrivate on commons.wikimedia.org
The current is setup seems inconsistent, since private filters don't trigger a feed notification, yet an anonymous user can view on Special:AbuseLog that they were triggered, so I see no reason not to publish that through the RCFeed.
Is this true tho? Not all our wikis are configured in such a way that their AbuseFilter logs are visible to the public (e.g. enwiki's logs are accessible to the public but fawiki's are not). Wouldn't this violate the community's decision as to what should or should not be accessible to the public?
UPDATE: Never mind; it does observe the public/nonpublic configuration of logs.