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Thanks. huwiki it is.
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I have replicated the exception while logged in and logged out using the below browsers on Windows 10.
- Google Chrome Version 73.0.3683.86 (64-bit)
- Firefox Quantum 66.0.2 (64-bit)
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Per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Flagged_revisions English Wikipedia made FlaggedRevisions available only for some articles, where Administrator turned FlaggedRevisions on. Therefore I think it may work for some articles on enwiki, but only as an anti-vandalism lock.
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User script bugs are not tracked on Phabricator.
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I asked @Legoktm to restart the webservice. He thought it was related to the LDAP failure.
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I'm moving this discussion from Gerrit to the task.
In movepages.py we use -noredirect param. Perhaps we should use it here as well?
The task asks for it to be the default. An inverse parameter like -nodelete could be added if needed. Naming it -nonoredirect seems odd though.
I am fine with a -noredirect param but placing a soft redirect and set a speedy deletion template after this is nonesense. The result of the current implementation is having no redirect (without any parameter). The opposite could be -softredirect to keep that template if a wiki has it (e.g. de-wiki does not allow soft redirects on categories).
I mean, do we need leaving soft redirect for categories? (that was what I tried to ask before; anyway -softredirect, -nodelete, -leaveredirect or whatever similar should be fine)
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I'm not sure if it will help, but you might want to look at ORES edit quality.
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When designing interfaces for humans to use, list things alphabetically if no other priority is given.
Try following the steps in § 'webservice stop' says service is not running, but 'webservice start' says service is running.
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I've put my understanding in a table below.
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That edit is flagged as a bot edit. Bot edits are not marked in page histories, only recent changes. You might be able to find the edit in Special:RecentChanges if you check soon enough.
Feb 2 2019
This ticket and T215108: The bot group is not properly detected on pywikibot.site.editpage() suggest that you have an authentication/permissions problem.
There is a bot right and a bot group. The bot right can be assigned to groups other than bot, so the former must be checked. The bot right is commonly assigned to a flood group on some Wikimedia wikis.
Jan 31 2019
Comments should be stripped. If templates cannot be displayed, then a link to the user's talk page is better than nothing. Details won't always be on there though (e.g. IP range blocks).
Jan 28 2019
Would it be possible to also add the upload_by_url right to the patroller group
Jan 27 2019
@Kaizenify: If you complete the task description with the details of the tool that you want to be added, please reopen the task.