@jrbs: Taking a guess which "tool" this is about - please correct me if I'm wrong :D
Please read my previous comment.
Assuming that the deadline for Hackathon scholarships is likely about 3 months before the event takes place and that gathering the author names should take place about 4 months before the event, I deliberately chose newcomers who became first active 12 to 8 months ago with 5 or more contributions in that timeframe and then check if they also contributed 5 or more contributions within the 8 to 4 months before the event. Feel free to change these numbers (FYI, applying these very numbers and dates for the Barcelona May 2018 Hackathon, I get six human names).
I tested with https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T186768#4002668 which is included in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/query/TIMZGtoNCHcv/
The first is a project, the second is a milestone of that project. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Project_management#Parent_Projects,_Subprojects_and_Milestones states that it is included when searching for parent.
Requested public project Tech-Ambassadors has been created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/3302/
I tried with Chromium version 63.0.3239.108 and it works both logged in and logged out. Which exact version? Do you have any browser add-ons to disable?
Hi @Garam, thanks for taking the time to report this and welcome to Phabricator! Please see and follow https://mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug . We do not know where you see that language name as this task is missing any steps to reproduce. Thanks a lot!
I do not manage to reproduce at all, no matter how often I reload that page (and bypass the browser cache)...
Do you have any non-default gadgets enabled? Does that also happen when not being logged in (private browser window)?
This might also get fixed by merging the gerrit_demo index into the gerrit index as a potential part of T151161.
Any project description?
So the current workaround (until these two indices are merged) to get the list of all changesets in Gerrit by new authors displayed on C_Gerrit_Demo is to
- go to https://wikimedia.biterg.io/app/kibana#/dashboard/C_Gerrit_Demo
- get all author names in the "New Authors" widget, either by pressing the Ctrl key in Firefox and marking the column with author names, or by installing some add-on in Chromium (untested), or by exporting to CSV via the link at the bottom of that widget and then removing all the other columns,
- constructing a query from those author names; format is author_name:"ABC" OR author_name:"XYZ"
- enter that query into the text search field on top by replacing the *
- looking at the "gerrit_backlog_table" widget (for open changesets in Gerrit) or the "gerrit_all_changesets" widget (for any changesets in Gerrit)
Cannot reproduce, your link https://lv.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2025._gads&curid=146627&diff=2826177&oldid=2396425 shows this:
Also relevant is probably if you have experienced problematic cases in reality and if so which type ("is this a theoretical problem or an existing one?").
When I click the button it either displays or hides the gallery of thumbnails below the big image. If that does not work for you, please follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Locating_broken_scripts
The UI allows admins to remove comments in tasks. There is no such dropdown in Conpherence.
In the CLI, sudo ./phabricator/bin/remove destroy requires an ID to pass (e.g. user name, file ID). There is no such ID for Conpherence comments.
Unlikely to happen I'd say.
Hi @Johnywhy, thanks for taking the time to report this and welcome to Phabricator!
Well, quick and dirty theoretical and untested idea, for poor people without production shell access:
- Assuming the MediaWiki: namespace is always 8 (if it is not, got to query first via API:Siteinfo)
- Get a list of all MediaWiki:Gadget-* pages on a site: curl -s "https://xx.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=query&list=allpages&apfrom=Gadget&apto=Gadgeu&aplimit=500&apnamespace=8&apprefix=Gadget-" | jq -r '.. |."title"? | select(. != null)' > textfile1
- Only get the actual JS pages: grep '.js' textfile1 > textfile2
- Cannot query revisions for several pages (titles) in one request. So for each page, list the authors of its revisions since 2015 (see API:Revisions)
- Install jq and iterate over each line in textfile2 via curl -s "https://xx.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=query&prop=revisions&titles=MediaWiki:Gadget-SomeGadgetNameFromTextfile2.js&rvprop=user&formatversion=2&rvlimit=max&rvend=20150101000000" | jq -r '.. |."user"? | select(. != null)' >> textfile3 to get the author of each edit on that gadget code since 2015.
- Run sort textfile3 | uniq -c
If you want to run this across several WMF sites, use the sitematrix to iterate.
Looks like this is defined in the file languages/data/Names.php in MediaWiki core. If you'd like to write a software change ("patch") yourself: You are very welcome to use developer access to submit proposed code changes as a Git branch directly into Gerrit.
Please see T189405#4041111
It is an application problem.
Indeed, changing to declined. (I'm afraid https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Limits_to_configuration_changes applies.)
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/420131 which is not the requested technical solution was applied instead, with the same visible outcome to an end user.
Quoting Federico from https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/librsvg/issues/105#note_83452 :
This is fixed in 2.42.3; possibly as low as 2.42.2.
Tue, Mar 20
@Legoktm: ping - could you answer the last question please? TIA
No replies in three months. Hence closing this task. (Feel free to correct me.)
There should also be a tweet soon.
removing myself as I won't work on this soon and as I don't want to lick the cookie
Wikimedia sites configuration change, hence adding Wikimedia-Site-requests.
Hi, https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Gerrit/New_repositories is the usual way for this (and using Gerrit for code review). The repository would be mirrored to Phabricator Diffusion. I am not sure if we still offer using Phabricator's Differential for code review instead after T119908 got declined.
Current status, quoting upstream comment https://secure.phabricator.com/T11035#215569 from March 2017:
This is no longer blocked on anything, I just need to develop a specific technical plan to resolve the "adjust" vs "expand" sequence inside transaction application so the "expand" code has access to the old text by the time it runs.
Requested public project MediaWiki-extensions-AddPersonalUrls has been created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/3299/
Photos...for GCI 2016,
- https://blog.fossasia.org/fossasia-at-google-code-in-2016-grand-prize-trip/ has a nice image at https://i1.wp.com/blog.fossasia.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Post_2.jpg but no license.
- http://kfunk.org/2017/07/12/trip-report-google-code-in-summit-at-google-headquarter/ says "All rights reserved" and has http://kfunk.org/content/images/2017/07/gci-whole-group.jpg by Josh Simmons.
- https://opensource.googleblog.com/2016/07/stories-from-google-code-in-fossasia.html has a nice image at https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sVzq3ieBAWze79fFk8EnEvRNXIpnB2wJOMmr-r6GXg3T5qgAyUu5d_RbOtDuMbW-vZr1pi1dsd5uKUQzc_acghnSoUmEduy_tk40AiaEYaGxJtsIxe--YnVt9m8S3sCiWNmvHUOv but no license.
We could probably use one of Florian's group photos of GCI 2015 at the bottom of https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Google_Code-in_2015 like https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Google_Code-in_grand_prize_winners_ceremony_13.jpg or https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Google_Code-in_grand_prize_winners_ceremony_11.jpg and crop it?
WMFR also worked on something on-wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Village_pump_(technical)&oldid=831389270#Events_calendar
I imported the email above into my email application and the subject is correctly displayed.
So this looks like a bug in the email application that you use. Feel free to file a bug in the bug tracker of "Windows 10" if that exists.
Machine learning fraud detection in which area / code base?
Is this task about a featured 3 month project proposed to students (as I don't see this listed on https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Summer_of_Code/2018 ), or about a student's proposal for implementation (in that case the assignee should be the student themselves)?
I mean the co-founder of Bitergia :)
Mon, Mar 19
Hmm, which errors?
@ovasileva: Any opinions / feedback on how to proceed here?
@Huji: Does my last comment make sense? Discussing such a process and whether to implement it could probably happen in a task (though I personally think it's too broad) but if you want the attention of stakeholders who'd be involved I'd highly recommend actively reaching out to their venues.
Sun, Mar 18
Thanks for reporting this. Confirming.
(For the records, I've moved this to https://gitlab.com/aklapper/wikimedia-wikis-local-string-overrides as code should be in a code repo and not in a Pastebin.)
I don't see any relation to the infrastructure behind wikitech.wikimedia.org here?
Did you mean a Table of Contents? I don't see how some random <table>s would help as there is no tabular data.
Duplicate of T175280 ?
I am not 100% sure that the linktrail is the way to go here either (vs. default MediaWiki settings for any languages)
I hope someone from the Language Team can provide input.
Thanks, that info was helpful. At the top of the website, please click the language name, then in the window click the "Input Settings" link, and reset it to "Use Native keyboard". For more information, see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Extension:UniversalLanguageSelector/Input_methods