|mediawiki/extensions/SiteMatrix : master||Fetch the actual wgLanguageCode when we miserably failed|
|mediawiki/core : master||Revert "Remove invalid language code "bh" (alias of "bho")"|
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- T233096: Operation 'login' ended with result 'NeedToken'.
T39459: [Task] Don't try to add labels in non-existing languages: restrict to Language::isKnownLanguageTag
T99888: Link adaptation does not happen when the language code involved has a different domain name
rMW6e8094da2b51: Revert "Remove invalid language code "bh" (alias of "bho")"
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- T91240: "bh" is not a valid language code
IMO https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/193802 should be reverted. Names.php contains a bunch of "invalid"/"wrong" language codes (e.g. als, be-x-old) that are needed for backward compatibility and also to make the WMF cluster work in its current configuration.
Whether this fixes the problem or not, I can't say, but it should still happen regardless. A proper solution to the mess of legacy language codes needs to be figured out, not just a piecemeal approach that breaks various things along the way.
I have uploaded an AWB snapshot release to https://sourceforge.net/projects/autowikibrowser/files/autowikibrowser/Snapshots/ named 126.96.36.199-S, this is the 188.8.131.52 release with a workaround for the Bihari wiki not having a name.
Names.php contains a bunch of "invalid"/"wrong" language codes
"A bunch" is an exaggeration. Most of the incorrect language codes are valid under at least one standard and/or are not used as a wiki's language code. "bh" is a unique case of egregious typo.
I am temp admin on bhwiki. I list here some old discussions (I never participated, I am still not much technical to understand these things):
Is the priority of this task still correct or should it be lowered?
This task has been "Unbreak now" priority but no activity for nearly one month.
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/211906/ was reverted in https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/211906/
(And Nemo_bis' patch in https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/211119/ for SiteMatrix is still awaiting review.)