Thanks Amir and Andre!
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Jul 26 2018
intitle:/dari/i intitle:spanyol would not work, as the second intitle would be ignored and it would search "spanyol" on the text body. But intitle:/dari spanyol/i works like my original intention. Thanks.
Jun 16 2018
Thanks Trey. I'm interested in the last option, but I'd like to hear others chimed in first.
Nov 20 2017
it's back to what it should be as of today
Jul 4 2017
Nov 5 2015
Same as with the sitenotice: T22870
The sidebar is cached and not reparsed for each page so you cannot use page variable or time variable
Nov 4 2015
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Sep 14 2015
After the old eAccelerator was replaced by XCache, the error was resolved.
Aug 31 2015
I was pointed out to the fork managed by people at NEC at https://github.com/NewEraCracker/eaccelerator. Is there anybody who used the original eAccelerator previously and got the error and moved to this branch? Did it solve the problem or not? The person who I could ask to update the eAccelerator was mostly not available to reach due to his busyness, so I can't test it for myself.
Aug 19 2015
What about at least giving better error than "There were no results matching the query."?
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Jun 10 2015
btw, imo admin and editor user groups should inherit autoconfirmed too. some of the users with editor status who lost their autoconfirmed lamented that they couldn't move, upload, and have to fill captcha. Or is that for another task?
Thanks for the confirmation and T101983, I'll wait for it to be resolved instead.
@Krenair: the stewards bit is not true, though. I'm a steward, and that option was still greyed out for me (on id.wp), but I have that option on meta, though (where I'm not an admin, so it's must be my steward flag)
So this is only true for en.wp then? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:User_access_levels#User_access_level_changes
May 29 2015
I could see _why_ it is currently as it is now, so I'm just wondering if it is possible to add a lightweight version of the bundle.
Apr 13 2015
Usually, the reset link would be sent to the (original) email address, thus it's hard to exploit the password, if you don't control the email also. But since email is optional in WMF projects, then this obviously would not work for someone that didn't provide emails.
Apr 12 2015
Apr 9 2015
Thanks jay, for the ping. My reading of the original post seems to me more about the Jawi script (a.k.a. Malay Arabic), rather than Jawa (or Javanese) script, which is derived from Sanskrit. As far as I know, Malay projects (-pedia, -tionary) tries to incorporate Jawi script, and I heard that min.wiki (Minangkabau) also been thinking about it. Javanese script, on the other hand, is incorporated in Javanese (jv) projects, and it is our plan to someday have a converter like that of Kyrgyz or Uyghur wikipedias. Help on that aspect would really be appreciated.
Mar 23 2015
Autocomplete is not intuitive, and potentially wrong. A dropdown would be better in the "Projects" field. Thanks for associating the task.
Mar 22 2015
Feb 21 2015
Awesome. Thanks Runa, Santhosh and everyone else.
Feb 3 2015
Upon reseraching more towards the subject of long vowels, I found out that the sign that looked like a colon was not actually a colon (:) but another unicode symbol (ː), and replacing colon by that symbol would solve the problem that we're having. So I'll close this task.
In Mohawk language, for example, if we were to link the words in the example below:
Jan 23 2015
It would be a good case study, since Minangkabau Wikipedia is our newest Wikipedia, and already relied a lot on translation from Indonesian Wikipedia articles. Minang speakers are almost all diglot too.
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Jan 2 2015
On top of my head: