Feb 4 2019
Aug 5 2018
Followup #2: Will global renamer's that are not local interface admins still be able to move user .js/.css subpages? If not, how will these fail?
Jun 28 2017
Can't say I see why I'm mentioned here either.
Jun 16 2017
Can't Zero users opt to get a non-Zero version of Wikimedia projects, i.e. simply use their data allowance to access unpatrolled files if they have any need to do so?
Jun 12 2017
- Go to any file page that has the default infobox template on it (e.g. File:Berninabahn zwischen Lagalb und Ospizio Bernina im Winter.jpg)
- Open VisualEditor on that page
- Hover over the infobox template and wait for the template tooltip
Jun 11 2017
Commons Notification Bot used to notify Wikipedia about Commons deletion discussions. It is currently inactive but may be re-written soon. --11:19, 4 November 2015 (UTC)
Jun 10 2017
Mar 7 2017
Jan 31 2017
Sounds related to (if not a duplicate of) T89692.
Jan 25 2017
On the English Wikipedia there appears to be some sort of pseudo-parser for JS/CSS pages, shouldn't such an approach work for datasets as well?
Jan 5 2017
As I explained, the message may be helpful when the editing area is located way down at the end of the page, not when it's directly above the message. What's wrong with it is that when the latter is the case, it's not helpful. Messages that are not helpful unnecessarily clutter up the interface, which I consider a bad thing. Given that the current message is not helpful the expected message would probably be no message at all.
Dec 27 2016
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Jun 3 2016
It does now … strange, at the time I filed the bug it said (and linked to) "Śląskie Centrum Społeczeństwa Informacyjnego". The infobox still does that. (The username in the version history and the page log was always the right one.)
Apr 19 2016
Apr 8 2016
Aug 2 2015
For Commons, it would be particularly useful to be able to configure continuos streams of new files, with an extensive set of filters like size, name (regex), license, uploader account age, recreation y/n and many other file and user attributes.
Jul 31 2015
Jul 1 2015
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Jun 10 2015
@TheDJ: Yes, in my example; usually the subcategories and/or files [are above the content of the page instead of below].
Jun 9 2015
@TheDJ: It happens on all category pages.
Apr 13 2015
Apr 7 2015
Indeed, appears to be fixed now – http://enwp.org/c:Special:Diff/155289645 …
Mar 10 2015
Feb 27 2015
Feb 14 2015
We have a very large number of interface languages (de-at, de-ch, de-formal, …) which a) nobody would look for in a language dropdown and b) would make said dropdown very long; therefore, I don't think this would be a good idea.