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Feb 7 2018

A_Pirard added a comment to T186622: Link the page/article title to the page itself, to have the URL automatically included when copying&pasting the first parts of a page.

Title change: it was no longer what I wrote, which was very clear, you finally improved it, thanks.
HTML server: a server that serves HTLM to be viewed by a HTML browser.
"your": not mine, that is Phabricator's. Its very obvious problem is that it doesn't display the HTML you send it in an e-mail. Plus, e-mail refusal reasons are not understandable (e.g. ... quoted replies ... are discarded).
Explaining: it was/remains very clear.
However I added an Update to the description.
I try to write like others, in 1 or 2 phrases, else people don't read, they only watch videos.

Feb 7 2018, 1:20 PM · MediaWiki-General
A_Pirard updated the task description for T186622: Link the page/article title to the page itself, to have the URL automatically included when copying&pasting the first parts of a page.
Feb 7 2018, 1:01 PM · MediaWiki-General
A_Pirard added a comment to T186622: Link the page/article title to the page itself, to have the URL automatically included when copying&pasting the first parts of a page.

I'm afraid that if your HTML server were capable to display correctly
the same thing as in the HTML e-mail I sent, you would probably have
understood right away. It was refusing my e-mail and I spent ½h to send
it and to get that result.
So, I put my e-mail on my own server to displays HTML correctly:
http://papou.byethost9.com/tmp/Wikimedia%20mail.html
You can see that if you copy&paste the title This is the e-mail from
Papou to Wikimedia
http://papou.byethost9.com/tmp/Wikimedia%20mail.html you get a
clickable link to that page. You see that if you copy&paste the
Wikipedia excerpt down below, you get a nice abstract with a title
clickable to get the Wikipedia article (opening a new window).
That's nothing magic or clever, just normal doing.

Feb 7 2018, 9:54 AM · MediaWiki-General

Feb 6 2018

A_Pirard added a comment to T186622: Link the page/article title to the page itself, to have the URL automatically included when copying&pasting the first parts of a page.

No.
I am in fact against seeing Wiki references like this all the time, most
often unreadable, let's not speak of Russian etc.

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esp%C3%A9rance_de_vie_corrig%C3%A9e_de_l%27incapacit%C3%A9

What I was saying exactly is that the Wiki page should look like this:

Espérance de vie corrigée de l'incapacité
<https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esp%C3%A9rance_de_vie_corrig%C3%A9e_de_l%27incapacit%C3%A9>

L'*espérance de vie corrigée de l'incapacité* (*EVCI*) est un mode
d'évaluation du coût des maladies mesurant l'espérance de vie
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esp%C3%A9rance_de_vie_humaine en bonne
santé https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sant%C3%A9, c'est-à-dire en
soustrayant à l'espérance de vie le nombre d'années « perdues » à
cause de la maladie https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maladie, du
handicap https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handicap ou d'une mort
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mort précoce. On utilise souvent
l'acronyme anglais https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglais /DALY/
(pour /Disability Adjusted Life Years/), c'est-à-dire le nombre de ces
années perdues, comme unité de mesure
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit%C3%A9_de_mesure pour exprimer le
résultat de ce calcul tandis que, /stricto sensu/, l'équivalent
anglophone de l'EVCI est DALE (/Disability Adjusted Life Expectancy/).

and that copying&pasting that, say to an e-mail, is a much, much, much
nicer reference than the above.
I don't see at all what adding that link clutters, especially since you
can make the underline invisible.
But that would be a bad idea, as the reader would not self-discover that
easy-do-it feature.
And it is, on the contrary, quite relevant to the readers.
What you call "Permanent link" in the sidebar is probably "Citer cette
page".
It produces exactly what I try to avoid (readers probably copy the
address bar).

Feb 6 2018, 8:00 PM · MediaWiki-General
A_Pirard created T186622: Link the page/article title to the page itself, to have the URL automatically included when copying&pasting the first parts of a page.
Feb 6 2018, 5:32 PM · MediaWiki-General