That's T116515: Enable embedding of media from Wikimedia Commons already ;)
...which would still be a way shorter window of time than the current one, if I get it right?
I'm technically neutral; hard to foresee whether allowing embedding videos would increase unhelpful activity; but I second what Legoktm wrote about third[-]parties.
If someone wants a security review from the Security-Team (=not a single person), please follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Security_Team/Security_reviews#Requesting_a_review by creating a dedicated subtask of this very task under the Security-Reviews project. Thanks!
@jeblad: You need to explain what "break out of frames" is. And where to find "break out of frames" exactly.
https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki_Documentation_Day_2017#Results exists (and looks good).
FeaturedFeeds extension is installed on mediawiki.org.
So is this just about anybody following and doing https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:FeaturedFeeds#How_to_set_up_a_feed for https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Template:MediaWiki_News (the instructions confuse me enough already)?
If that happened, how and where am I supposed to find out that there is some RSS feed for that "News" box?
@DatGuy: Please edit the task description and describe the actual outcome and the expected outcome. See https://mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug for more information. Also summarizing the actual "Issue" in the task summary is welcome. Maybe "When a section heading is a file instead of text, that line in the TOC is just empty", if I understand this problem correctly? Thanks a lot!
Done in H233
This looks like a question for https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Project:Support_desk but not like a bug in the software on our servers?
- I open a new tab in my browser.
- In that new empty tab, I also open my web browser's Developer Tools and their "network" tab.
- I go to https://fr.wikiversity.org/wiki/Autisme_Comment_contribuer_vous_aussi_%3F in that tab.
- The Developer Tools show that only content from fr.wikiversity.org and from upload.wikimedia.org is loaded. Nothing is loaded from GitHub.
Hence my question is where the code is located on Wikimedia servers.
Code on our servers that nobody can find on our servers cannot be changed on our servers next time something breaks on our servers.
Re-closing as there is a line that "The following text is what triggered our spam filter: ....". Which is what this task was about. :)
Please file new tasks for new issues.
Hi @Olds98, thanks for taking the time to report this!
Is there any relation between this task/ wkhtmltopdf and Electron-PDFs/T150871 ? Or not because this is about HTML to PDF?
(Asking as the PDF creation software stack is already confusing enough for average users...)
[offtopic] @Verdy_p: In the future, please follow my recommendation to use section headings for longer comments if you want people to read your comments. Thanks.
@KevOB: Thank you for using Wikimedia Phabricator.
phabricator.wikimedia.org is a task tracking system used by the Wikimedia community to develop MediaWiki and other software behind Wikimedia sites. It is not a test system to play with. Please use https://phab-01.wmflabs.org/ if you want to test Phabricator.
(If you heavily misuse phabricator.wikimedia.org your Wikimedia Phabricator account might be disabled.)
Should probably revert as per T166110#3285687 but...
Going to https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/dashboard/arrange/1/ and clicking "Add Existing Panel" at the bottom and entering W647 in the field shows no results.
This behavior is annoying.
(I got reminded of T75990#2384736. Did this regress or do I misunderstand?)
- steps to reproduce the current problem / situation (including a link to "Page Reviewing Tools")
- current outcome / situation
- expected outcome / situation
If anybody would like to write the two patches needed for this change:
You are very welcome to use developer access to propose and submit code changes as a Git branch directly into Gerrit.
If you don't want to set up Git/Gerrit, you can also use the Gerrit Patch Uploader.
@Eugene233: If this is done, should the task status be changed to resolved?
Also, this looks like your private development setup and not a task related to Wikispeech codebase itself maybe? :)
@JackPotte: Who can answer these questions?:
at which address on a WMF site would I find the file "src/Bootstrap.js"? Or is that all magically compilated into that minimized JS code?)
I still do not understand where exactly the code is located on French Wikiversity servers. Which makes debugging very hard next time things break.
Setting task status to stalled until requests in T165248#3261247 get answered.
Setting task status to stalled as per last comment (currently not possible).
Anyone working on this would have to provide two patches for the files i18n/en.json in the LiquidThreads and GuidedTour Git repositories...
@Etonkovidova: per TheDJ's comments I assume this problem is fixed by now? Can you confirm?
Thanks in advance. Could you please provide a link (complete web address) to the page that you refer to? I'm looking at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Category:Skinning but don't know which one you mean.
Hi @UpsandDowns1234, thanks for taking the time to report this!
Could you please edit the task description and elaborate by adding a more complete description to this report by elaborating on the currently needed steps for each of the situation you mention and their underlying problems, and why those situations lead you to propose this solution "Cascade protect the entirety of the MW namespace"?
Helping others to understand the underlying problem might lead to better solutions. Thanks!
For the records, the Wikimedia Hackathon 2017: Feedback Survey email was sent out to attendees on Tue May 23rd.
@Nirmos: If "Special:RecentChanges unexpectedly lists deleted pages" still happens, please edit the task summary and task description to describe which single problem this task is about. Thank you!
Does it also happen when you the safemode=1 URL parameter (or when you are logged out)?
@Lil_Johnny: Is this still a problem? If it is, can you please provide your web browser's developer tools' error output?
Please provide information like a description and/or homepage. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:PropertySuggester does not exist either. :(
Thanks for working on this! Setting User-notice just in case this is something to potentially put into Tech News
Hopefully CC'ing the right Andrew now :)
Mon, May 22
[Unrelated to Multimedia team hence removing tag.]
- I use Chromium 57.
- Make sure that https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-rendering has "Enable Media Viewer" enabled.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-gadgets is set to defaults.
- I go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
- Featured article today is "Vampire" and links to the image https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bela_lugosi_dracula.jpg
- I click the thumbnail image
- MediaViewer opens
- I click the cog in the upper right corner.
- I click "Disable MediaViewer".
- It says "You have disabled Media Viewer. Next time you click on a thumbnail on Wikipedia, you will directly view all file details."
- I press "Escape" on my keyboard to close the MediaViewer.
- I click the Bela_lugosi_dracula.jpg thumbnail image on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page again.
- I end up on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bela_lugosi_dracula.jpg and MediaViewer does not start.
- Under https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-rendering , "Enable MediaViewer" is still enabled. Which looks like a bug.
Hence cannot completely reproduce the problem.
You can use any article from Wikipedia on Wikipedia. If you want to use an article from Wikipedia offline, there are offline readers or data dumps available. (Maybe your "use" is not my "use" though as it is a vague term)
- Wikipedia mirrored websites only have to export Wikipedia articles to XML and import them. They do not need to do dummy copies -- which save Wikipedia a lot of bandwith.
What are "dummy copies"? Also, saving bandwidth in this context might not be relevant - we have data dumps available.
- Requested public project Wikidata-primary-sources has been created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/2788/
- Herald rules request is now obsolete.
- Tasks that were in the Primary Sources column on the Wikidata-Gadgets workboard have been moved to this sub-project. Column is hidden now.