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Create project tag for mediawiki/extensions/PhotoSwipe
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Name of the project tag:

PhotoSwipe

MediaWiki-Extension-PhotoSwipe or PhotoSwipe or using # hashtags, whichever format consistently matches other MediaWiki extension naming conventions

Type of project:

Component

Description (read the best practices and include a sentence understandable to the public and without "This project is for tracking work related to..." noise, plus a link to further information!):

Provides a front-end JavaScript image gallery and lightbox using PhotoSwipe

https://mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:PhotoSwipe

Canonical code repository URL of the project (if this project has a code base):

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/g/mediawiki/extensions/PhotoSwipe

View policy of the project itself:
Public (default)

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Jasonkhanlar renamed this task from Create project tag for <INSERT HERE> to Create project tag for mediawiki/extensions/PhotoSwipe.Apr 28 2022, 8:04 PM
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MarcoAurelio changed the task status from Open to In Progress.Apr 28 2022, 8:55 PM
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Hello @Jasonkhanlar - I am happy to create a Component project for you if you're willing to use Phabricator for bug tracking re extension PhotoSwipe.

Normally we used #MediaWiki-extensions-PhotoSwipe but I think we can go with #PhotoSwipe as there are other extensions (e.g. StructuredDiscussions or CheckUser that use the single name).

Best regards.

Jasonkhanlar changed the task status from In Progress to Open.Apr 28 2022, 8:55 PM
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MarcoAurelio changed the task status from Open to In Progress.Apr 28 2022, 8:56 PM
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Re-adding status, assignee and subtype.

Oops! I am sorry for removing @MarcoAurelio as assignee of this task! That was not intentional! I think it happened because I was editing at same time as assigned. My apologies!

Oops! I am sorry for removing @MarcoAurelio as assignee of this task! That was not intentional! I think it happened because I was editing at same time as assigned. My apologies!

No problem, Phabricator does strange things :)

Apologies from me now. I forgot I removed myself from acl*Project-Admins a while ago so I no longer can create projects.

"if you're willing to use Phabricator for bug tracking re extension PhotoSwipe."

Yep! Thanks!

Apologies from me now. I forgot I removed myself from acl*Project-Admins a while ago so I no longer can create projects.

Sure! That's fine! I can wait patiently to be processed.

Also I searched and found https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/feed/6884321744795891686/ haha

Peachey88 changed the task status from In Progress to Open.Apr 28 2022, 9:28 PM

I did not have any plans, as I did not think about that, but the issues section (which is completely empty) is disabled now.

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Requested public project PhotoSwipe has been created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/5900/

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