I was logged in when I tried, yes.
Fri, Dec 15
Should work, I think!
(though queries for dashboard panels are also available: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/query/authored/ and https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/query/assigned/ )
I guess you mean "older 500" at the bottom (adding &uselang=en to the URL will show things in English)
- The new page only contains 50 images (the newest 50 of the 500 from point 1)
Cannot reproduce. 500 shown here.
- One of the links at the botton now reads "previous 50".
Cannot reproduce. "older 500" shown here.
...and purging the Wikipedia page fixed it.
Starting with the current situation: I consider the workboard of Easy as not helpful:
Currently the "Doing" column (created in 2015) seems to just duplicate the Patch-For-Review tag (I mentioned that in T65577#3810955)?
It seems that @Framawiki recently moved quite a bunch of tasks into that column. I'm not entirely sure why. For example, some tasks received a patch ages ago, that patch is CR-2 in Gerrit, and has not seen any updates since then. I would not call that "Doing". :) But maybe I'm missing something here? Hence CC'ing @Framawiki.
Thanks for the update. Closing for the time being as nobody can reproduce.
@Strainu: Clearer steps needed:
@MacFan4000: If you want a Herald rule for tasks you are assigned to I'm fine with creating that. Just say :)
Thanks! Imported as https://codein.withgoogle.com/tasks/6131314602278912/
@He7d3r : Any recommendations what it should use instead of <tt>?
Heh, true that. However even if we had a design...how would the "creation" part work and scale?
I don't think we have some (technical) infrastructure in place which would add a name (from a list of names and email addresses?) onto an existing "design" (whatever file format that would be), turn that into a PDF, and send that PDF to the right email address.
In theory, people could print that and put it onto a wall.
If we really talked about 'classic' certificates and not some online badges which don't have names on them.
(Or maybe I need to take a step back from this task if I totally misunderstand and run into a wrong direction?)
@Parvchaudhary: Please stop adding unrelated and out-of-scope plagiarism text (or removing subscribers from this task), or your Wikimedia Phabricator account will get disabled. Consider this a last warning. Thanks for your understanding.
@Liuxinyu970226: Isolated and manually set parent project permissions are unrelated to the topic of this very task (subprojects and membership invocations). For your topic, please file a separate task under Collaboration-Team-Triage to revert https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/manage/65/#4922 and https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/manage/65/#10353 . There are no "sysops" involved in this at all. Thanks!
Thank you! Imported as https://codein.withgoogle.com/tasks/5216535020830720/
Thank you! Imported as https://codein.withgoogle.com/tasks/6389185344700416/
Thank you! Imported and published as https://codein.withgoogle.com/tasks/5735360057311232/
Thank you! Imported and published as https://codein.withgoogle.com/tasks/6419571701448704/
Thanks a lot! I've created GCI tasks for all those items above which say no mediawiki/minus-x. (Not all of those GCI tasks are published yet.)
@Parvchaudhary: Thanks for your edits, however this task is about events like Hackathons so those additions do not apply here... I'm unfortunately going to revert them as you cannot just copy and paste content from other websites without properly citing, as that would be plagiarism.
Imported those repos I consider maintained as Google-Code-in-2017 tasks:
@amritsreekumar: I'm going to remove you as assignee here, as there is more work to do and we're thinking of offering this task in Google Code-in 2017 to students. Thanks for all your patches and help in March!
In T182538, Anomie was mentioned in the task desc and the bugmail I received says Cc: [...], Anomie, [...]
In T182478, Anomie watches the Security project which was added at creation. Again, the bugmail I received says Cc: [...], Anomie, [...]
I wonder if someone with shell access could check bin/phd log (but I don't know the parameters).
(Turns out the frame in that image mentioned in the last two comments is actually shipped by default by Word so I have doubts we can/should use that.)
No need to subscribe folks on comments.
Thu, Dec 14
Going to your link https://pt.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?limit=50&title=Especial%3AContribui%C3%A7%C3%B5es&contribs=user&target=DarwIn&namespace=&tagfilter=&start=&end= I see all contributions and not only six.
Please see and follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Locating_broken_scripts as you load a lot of custom stuff in https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usu%C3%A1rio:DarwIn/common.js that can easily break some interactions.
Please exactly describe what "does not work". See https://mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug how to structure bug reports and which information to provide.
See https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Locating_broken_scripts how you can debug the problem and provide the exact error message and line. Thanks!
https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Especial:Contribui%C3%A7%C3%B5es/DarwIn (with no search options checked) shows many more than six contributions.
So your screenshot seems to be about https://pt.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?limit=50&title=Especial%3AContribui%C3%A7%C3%B5es&contribs=user&target=DarwIn&namespace=&tagfilter=&hidenondamaging=1&start=&end=
Please provide an example link to a contribution that is "missing" so someone else can try to reproduce. Thanks.
Also, which skin is that? Does it work in other skins?
Hi @Darwinius, thanks for taking the time to report this!
If you have time and can still reproduce the problem: Please add a more complete description to this report (a list of steps to reproduce which leave no room for interpretation what to do, describing actual results and expected results after performing the steps to reproduce, attaching or linking to a public testcase, etc). You can edit the task description by clicking .
Ideally, exact and clear steps to reproduce should allow any other person to follow these steps (without having to interpret those steps) and see the same results. Problems that others can reliably reproduce can get fixed faster. Thanks!
If I understand correctly, it's the mediawiki 1.30 documentation that talks about ['ip']
Is that wrong? Is that right? I basically want you to describe what and where the problem is, and what and where and how to fix it. Preferably in a structured comment so it's easier for others to understand - see T182841#3836807.
Also, see https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/remarkup/ how to format comments. Thanks :)
Please contact the Language Committee when it comes to potential improvements in communication and/or process, and provide references/links for statements like "against the Wikimedia policy" so everyone can make sure that they same things are being discussed.
This task is not the best venue for that. Thanks for your understanding.
So this task is about incorrect documentation, and that you https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:$wgProxyList says "a comma-delimited list" while in reality you also need to put [ brackets ] around each item in the list?
Or something else?
@Zoranzoki21: Please do strip unneeded quotes, to keep tasks readable.
Because T157898 is not fixed, so affilations are not up to date, so I manually removed non-volunteers.
Also, in those 42 emails, there were a few duplicates, so eliminating that, I got 36 in return. Not sure why.
Because mistakes happen. :)
Please see Reedy's link and report back.
@Zer00CooL: For future reference, please always follow https://mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug and structure your tasks by: 1) A list of steps to reproduce, step by step 2) Expected outcome 3) Actual outcome. Thanks.
Hi @Solsol0609, thanks for taking the time to report this!
[[files:test.jpg|250px]] is not valid syntax (it must be File:) hence closing this task as invalid. See https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images .
For non-displayed thumbnails, see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Errors_and_symptoms#Image_Thumbnails_not_working_and/or_appearing .
For any further configuration questions, please use https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Project:Support_desk . Thanks!
Hi @McSebi, thanks for taking the time to report this!
That's exactly what the Popups extension offers, for those terms which are links to another article / wiki page. Hence closing this task as invalid.
Wed, Dec 13
Setting project to Wikimedia-Site-requests, as this request is about settings / configuration of a Wikimedia website.
- Regarding the Space (a Space is not a project and hence there is no workboard):
- For access control, created #acl*Analytics-Legal_policy_admins. This defines access to tasks in the Space.
- Created the private Space S17 ("Analytics-Legal"). Its View and Edit policy is intentionally set to #acl*Analytics-Legal_policy_admins and should not be changed.
- @Nuria can add/remove users (who can create and access tasks in S17) via editing the members of #acl*Analytics-Legal_policy_admins. I have added the names provided above, but I could not add "all members of ops team" (as requested in T174675#3782735) as this only allows adding individuals. (I think.) @Nuria: Feel free to add more people. Also note that Phabricator admins could also add themselves (this is a fallback for when a team lead has left; we had that situation); if you watch the #acl*Analytics-Legal_policy_admins project you'd get a notification about such an action.
- Please do see Displaying and using a Space for more information. To create private tasks, use this task creation form: You must set Visible To: Space S17: Analytics-Legal to create private tasks only accessible to members of S17 and nobody else.
- For convenience, created Herald Rule H270: If Space is set to S17, add project: Analytics-Legal. So tasks should end up on the workboard even if you forgot to add the project and only set the Space.
- Documented the creation of S17 on https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Spaces
- Regarding the project and its workboard:
- Public project Analytics-Legal created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/3153/
- Anyone can visit and join this public project as a member, to watch the project to receive updates on public tasks.
@MacFan4000: Hah, I did not know that. I am sorry!
Could you use your web browser's developer tools, open the 'network' tab, and see what is shown there when accessing https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bf/1986_Jeno%27s_Pizza_-_53_-_Dan_Fouts_and_Don_Macek_%28Don_Macek_and_Doug_Betters_crop%29.jpg ?
For more information please see: https://developer.chrome.com/devtools
I do not think any add-ons are blocking it because I can view other images with no problem.
Can you still try?
Do you recommend we re-upload the image using the "upload new version..." link?
No, not until other people can reproduce the problem.