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Mar 21 2021
I've just taken such a backtrace dump and pushed it as P14957
As Majavah said, it just happened again. I've restarted apache on gerrit1001, which again made the issue go away for now.
Mar 18 2021
Feb 5 2021
@CKoerner_WMF I've been told that all new repos should live in our Gerrit. I can create a Gerrit repo for you, and the code you upload there will get pushed to GitHub automatically. (This is a 1-way replication though. Gerrit overwrites GitHub. Changes on GitHub don't flow back to Gerrit.)
Dec 30 2020
(Just for reference if others read this in future: valerio.bozzolan is currently owner of all repos underneath wikimedia-it in our gerrit. So this is not a policy issue, as he could add people/adjust projects on his own)
Dec 10 2020
Dec 9 2020
The repo has been created.
The Repo has been created.
Not sure if we want to have that plugin or even look into it. I guess with the GitLab switch on the horizon, the answer is a “No”.
Dec 2 2020
The Gerrit repo is now ready to use.
Nov 20 2020
I don't have much opinion on which test results to include. @Krinkle suggested on https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/operations/puppet/+/609519/2/modules/gerrit/files/homedir/review_site/static/gerrit-theme.html#277 to limit to only "Main test build succeeded" comments, which led to omitting the results of the other tests.
Nov 18 2020
From Luca, we can put the extra .jar in $GERRIT_SITE/lib like we did previously for the mysql connector. Gerrit adds that path to CLASSPATH and it thus discovers jar in there automagically. Or in short: no need to mess with systemd configuration / environment variables.
Nov 17 2020
Upstream provides a .war file, unfortunately we still build our own Gerrit since we need at least one cherry pick on top of their stable-3.2 branch.
The link https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/p/mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter/+/dashboard/default:recent works for me and shows the dashboard.
And https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/admin/repos/mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter,dashboards shows the list of dashboards as it should.
I briefly tested log.jsonLogging for the 3.2 upgrade. According to my notes, the format for @timestamp is slightly different (Z as timezone vs. +0000. That's more of a pain on the Java side than one wants to), the @version differs, and IIRC exceptions are slightly different.
Nov 4 2020
Oct 19 2020
I removed you from the mediawiki, labs-tools-wikibugs2, wikimedia-portals, and Gerrit Managers Gerrit groups ;-(
Oct 16 2020
Sep 3 2020
@MarkAHershberger: The Gerrit/Git part of the unarchiving is done. Can I leave the rest (Extension's Wiki page etc) to you?
Sep 1 2020
Aug 31 2020
You're right, that we're trying to use CamelCase names for new extensions.
But for one reason or the other, you'll find quite a few repos where naming is inconsistent. Like all lowercase. All uppercase. Abbreviations not using consistent casing (E.g.: API vs. Api).
Aug 13 2020
I just hope this is a temporary glitch.
Aug 12 2020
According to Gerrit's backend storage, the above mentioned changes are both starred by you. So the emails you received are expected.
Aug 11 2020
Shame about T257218#6342783, I really liked it (and didn’t vote in the poll for that reason). But okay.
Aug 9 2020
Since it seems the second poll with the circled original gerrit did not happen, I'll try to move forward with the green git icon (winner of V21).
Aug 6 2020
Aug 3 2020
The poll has ended. 54 people voted.
Jul 29 2020
Jul 28 2020
It seems we're left now with too many choices to move forward :-)
Jul 22 2020
Yup, that's not good.
Making the web UI work, would need more than just a few adaptions. Hence, declining.
Jul 18 2020
On Gerrit master CI checks are rendered differently, so you can't quote them anyway.
Where is the logo from? I would have expected to find it on Commons but didn't.
Jul 16 2020
Nice! Thanks for confirming.
Jul 15 2020
As explained in the bug description above, our comments/reviews/... are not getting sent to a third party. Hence, closing this bug.
Jul 13 2020
The Repo got created yesterday
Repo has been created.
We could also make the favicon a little more distinct, e.g. enlarge the git icon in the middle to overlap the circle and touch the edges of the image. I can attempt that (not right now but eventually) if you think that's a reasonable approach.
For what it’s worth, I find it much harder to identify WMF Gerrit tabs now
It's common for websites to have a different logo and favicon, [...]
Jul 12 2020
Is this functionality intentionally disabled?