Jun 10 2019
Jun 8 2019
Hey all, just refactored a couple tools to work with the new schema, wasn't too bad. Sad about the performer thing, though I have to admit I'm more used to "actor" from other codebases.
Apr 2 2019
I've got a version of the code going off of the rest_api now. The code's not running exactly the same, but that could be on me.
Mar 30 2019
Feb 25 2019
Looks like a combination of techniques on the linked pages has got me unblocked. FWIW, I also had the "version: 2" manifest.
Feb 18 2019
Dec 8 2018
Oct 16 2018
It would be nice to have both execute time and combined execute + fetch time, as the latter more accurately represents the an application would spend waiting (which would really help with prototyping). Also, thanks for this!
Jul 30 2018
fwiw @bd808 I put the -once in. Not sure if that's enough info to close this ticket, but hopefully we won't see this happen again. Thanks!
Jul 10 2018
Sorry for the delay in replying, wedding planning has done a number on my open software contribs.
Feb 27 2018
Yeah, sorry about that. This was due to us attempting to re-enable the hashtag search on IFTTT. Turns out it's a very popular feature! Too popular unfortunately. We've wired that off again, so if we can go back to having a regular limit that would be nice.
Sep 23 2017
That's an interesting idea. It would really help to have answers to my questions if we are forced to register an account per language.
It's hard to say what can be done about this without more information. There's user-generated load from visits to http://tools.wmflabs.org/hashtags but there's also batch traffic as well. Both are necessary for editathon folks to get their data.
Jun 29 2017
Apr 1 2017
Ah, yes, I expected that the issue was related to the Ubuntu upgrade, I just didn't expect it to manifest as datetime being unimportable. I seem to recall the email saying a service restart was all that was necessary to upgrade, but things are never that easy :) I'll make a note to check the rest of our virtualenvs, too. Thank you everyone!
Mar 31 2017
Feb 2 2017
Meant to post this earlier, but great work @MusikAnimal! I'm eager to see this codified into some sort of anti-spam correction, but I'm concerned by articles like "Oxford Manifesto", which also have <0.1% mobile. Though on second thought, the page does look a bit anomalous to be ranking so highly.
Dec 4 2016
Dec 3 2016
@yuvipanda Thanks man :)
Nov 17 2016
Hey all, just got back to my laptop, the service appears to be running, no 500s for me. Maybe it was something transient related to maintenance, or @chasemp's restarts fixed it with some delay. Is it working ok for you Ciell?
Oct 29 2016
Are there any other details whatsoever? Like, do they get to the Wikimedia screen? Are they redirected back? Can we get a screenshot of where they get stuck?
Oct 18 2016
Wait, so is it 50 or more than 50?
Oct 7 2016
Also, yesno round -> rating round advancement is tested working in the backend. I'm onto ranking stuff now, so I think we have a healthy head start.
The logic is largely the same. Montage's streamlined approach is that the winners of one round are the entrants into the next round. In addition to the simpler user experience, this avoids all sorts of process issues that could result if there is a phase between rounds. We couldn't think of any interactions that Montage could provide between rounds that it also shouldn't want during rounds (adjusting jurors, etc.).
Oct 5 2016
Sep 3 2016
(Not sure if I added the right tags, sorry for the spam.)
Aug 15 2016
So the "name" parameter here is "توضیح" which technically means "description" if you ask me.
Aug 13 2016
Jul 30 2016
So it seems like we have a fix for T139258, both in Lua and Python, but we haven't seen any changes on the Unused images page. Has the fix been deployed and/or has the job been run?
The Lua looks pretty good, too, but @Lokal_Profil is there a reason the Arabic numbers are written rtl while Persian is ltr? For all intents and purposes, to the best of my knowledge, both languages have identical number semantics.
Reviewed the Python, looks good! I'll take a stab at reviewing that Lua script too, but I doubt I'll come out unscathed.
Jul 16 2016
In response to @LilyOfTheWest's issue, this does seem like something that might be caused by an incomplete fix to T139258: Figure out improved matching of monuments for Iran. Other examples include 944 aka ۹۴۴. The unused images page has an image, even though it's filled in on the associated monuments page.
May 9 2016
Apr 15 2016
Cookies have expiration times built right in, so you can easily set a sane default of, say, 48 hours. Hashtags are also short, clear, and trivially deletable. Ideally we get this launched, and if there are reports or if it seems to cause confusion, a priority can be set for additional UIs.
Mar 6 2016
So, did we make it onto the backlog? The #artandfeminism editathon is back again this year and their efforts reminded me. Hope we can have something for the next editathon organizers!
Mar 5 2016
Hey again @jcrespo, we made some code changes and would request that you or another DBA throttle the number of database connections up to 20 or so max so we can confirm the fix.
Feb 29 2016
Cool, I'm also up at 2:20am still looking at this, so I think you can assume I take this seriously, despite my attempts at a friendly and community-driven tone. Our tools also have hundreds of downstream users.
Also, is there an idle timeout or recommended connection keep alive time?
Haha, I'm sure some would argue 338 is small potatoes, but I'm not one to argue.
OK, Stephen and I both have work tomorrow and nothing has jumped out at us, bug wise.
Ah, if it's just that pattern, it's probably the same issue just magnified across all the languages. Stephen and I will look into it, thanks!
Also what are the headings to these columns in the issue description?
Can you expand upon the issue at hand? Do you know when it started or how similar the in-flight queries are/were?
Feb 13 2016
+1 ! :)
Feb 3 2016
Feb 2 2016
Oh, sure, so the design as I understand it is to make it so that editathon coordinators can distribute a special link that would associate the clicking user to an editing group. Users associated with that group would, for the duration of the browser session, have a hashtag prepopulated in their edit summary.
Jan 31 2016
Hey all! Glad to see this discussion made some good progress without me, so thanks to everyone for getting the ball rolling.