One of the criteria to qualify for the Library Bundle is that the user should have no blocks on their account. Sometimes, however, a user has a block which doesn't reflect their standing in the community, and they should therefore continue to be able to access the library. Examples include username blocks on projects they've never edited.
When a user is blocked in this way they receive a message on the homepage asking them to contact us to get whitelisted against this criteria. We can then whitelist the user, and they become eligible for the library. However, the message doesn't go away, which is confusing:
We should hide this red block message if the user has been whitelisted. To do this, we need to update this if statement: https://github.com/WikipediaLibrary/TWLight/blob/master/TWLight/templates/home.html#L71
It should also check if user.editor.ignore_wp_blocks is False (and not user.editor.ignore_wp_blocks). If we have ignored this user's Wikimedia blocks, then the message will no longer appear.
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