Yes, this should be filled upstream, but I don't have an account there and maybe we can benefit from a downstream (here) review before escalating to upstream.
If the maintainers wish to have a project for this extension they're free to request it through the Project-Admins. The Diffusion stuff is done hence closing this as resolved. Thank you.
I've created rEPMI extension-ParserMigration. That should fix the Phabricator broken links.
With regards to Phabricator, the issue is with the extension not having a mirror here. It has on GitHub. I'll set up the mirror shortly.
Well. The redirects apache config is done. Can we deploy this now (next puppet swat window) or do we have to do something else first?
Let's be realistic. I don't think this will be done, and I can understand that.
I hate this script:
Sat, Dec 9
What are steps to reproduce the problem and get that provided output?
Renamed so that wmflabs/extreg-wos can detect this task (it fetches the titles and if they don't follow their naming schema the tool ignores them).
It seems @Andrew made or at least uploaded that logo. He may know?
I'd say keep everything as is except the text which should be what I posted above, and maybe keep the same typography too? Thanks.
Or just set it as stalled and narrow the scope? Note that I don't know the exact thing that dba has to do, but I guess you will need to be involved so I'm not sure if declining this to reopen a new task later is of any benefit, unless I'm wrong.
[ /me suggest that that page be improved ]
@Legoktm Looks good to me.
Note that 1 is abandoned as I was not able to run the ruby script to convert the dat to conf or vice versa. Given that rOPUP is fast-forward only, I'd rather create a new patch than to potentially mess with a manual rebase.
Please also consider moving this task to S10 (and keep me able to see/comment here?)
The latter is not possible.
This is the file that has to be changed. Its text should read Wikimedia Cloud Services instead.
Fri, Dec 8
@Framawiki I don't think I have access on GitHub to anything but my own repo. I don't know what codecov is either. If there's anything I can do please let me know but I don't think I can be of much help here.
Not sure if this is my PC or there's indeed an error here but:
I'll create MediaWiki-SecurityCheckPlugin to match others MediaWiki/Tools projects such as MediaWiki-Codesniffer.
Omitting the pipe looks good to me. After all we can already delete pages w/o putting a reason.
Yep, it seems to be the issue reported by @Zoranzoki21 on IRC a couple of days ago. Thanks for reporting!
I think the issue comes when you try to log in and you're under an IP or CIDR which is globally blocked.
Happened to me today. I cannot access Special:UserLogin at foundationwiki. Fatal error:
'wiktionary' => '/static/images/project-logos/betacommons.png', is the cause, and it seems to be the common setting.