See mw:Bugwrangler for more information.
I am not a Product Manager.
Hi @DavidBrooks, thanks for taking the time to report this!
Hi, @Pigsonthewing, if you meant to ask "Will there be a rollback?", then I'm afraid that this temporary loss of functionality which can be worked around by clicking "Search categories" on the search results page does not justify a complete rollback (if you also understand "rollback" as in "revert from 1.35.0-wmf.8 to 1.35.0-wmf.5"). As already written, investigation is taking place to fix this regression.
Hi @Fae. https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug covers how to file good bug reports. "Commons search broken" was unspecific and vague, hence I clarified it but at that time did not realize the entire scope at that point. Hence thanks for your correction to make it clearer.
Re to the "Metrics" in T229510#5455245 , I think they are possible but some of the "cuts" are not available in wikimedia.biterg.io:
The internal ticket has been resolved:
https://wikimedia.biterg.io/goto/c9663782f8c9d893f94434c0135ffd13 is an example for the operations/puppet repository.
Copying internal comment here:
The painless_delay is calculated only for changeset items and we use last_update field as changeset closing date (of course for merged or abandoned changesets, for the open ones we calculate the time from creation to the present).
The project was created in T237297#5676306 and hence this task is resolved. As it was reopened for a separate question in T237297#5717521 for a floating IP address and as that is now handled in T240414: Request for Floating/Public IP address for WikiLoop, I am resolving this task again, as separate topics should be in separate tasks. Thanks for your understanding!
@Wikinaut: Ah, thanks. Please don't expect original authors of some code to plan to work on every single issue that might happen around that code base nowadays. Also see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug - thanks! :)
@Eugene233: You can do this yourself, according to https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/admin/groups/1506,members as "Owners" is also set to labs-tools-awmd-stats?
@Wikinaut: Not sure why Catrope was set as assignee here?
This is not a bug in MediaWiki code itself, hence I'm closing this task. Also see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Topic:Vcqs3q7mlkj785wj
Sure! Created H339
@Hispano76: Nothing, see the previous comments in this task. :) I'm also closing this task as invalid, as it is not a bug report or feature request.
So you get a dropdown list from which you must choose a value, while you expect a free text field?
It's a table, as it is tabular data. :) Code is in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/rPHEX7a526af8b46c0b9a0aacd3270a3bc3323ce51a2c
Hi @Mkikoen, thanks for taking the time to report this and welcome to Wikimedia Phabricator!
Also see T194441 for desktop / mobile web.
@Ammarpad: I am not aware of any plans (apart from vague ideas), could you please point to them?
I found T187045: Code Stewardship Review: ShortUrl Extension, maybe that is what this task should depend on (and be marked as stalled)?
Not seeing this issue either anymore, proposing to close task as resolved if nobody states that getting logged out more often than every 30 days still happens.
@Bugreporter: What does a namespace on a wiki have to do with a subdomain?
@cooltey: Assuming this task is about Page Content Service and Parsoid, hence adding project tags so anyone could find this task when searching for tasks under that project tag and does not first need to find out which WMF team might work on which code project. Feel free to correct - thanks!
For the record, I believe this is about the OAuth dialog that appears right after you log in into the tool:
Hi @Pine, thanks for taking the time to report. If something displays some message somewhere, then please provide a clear and exact steps of lists to reproduce which allow anyone else to reproduce the same problem, plus the exact message. Please see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug - thanks!
@Liz_Kariuki: I am resetting the assignee of this task because there has not been progress lately (please correct me if I am wrong!). Please claim this task again when you plan to work on it (via Add Action... → Assign / Claim in the dropdown menu) - it would be welcome. Thanks for your understanding.
Unfortunately closing this Phabricator task as no further information has been provided.
@Sunpriat2: Then this issue has nothing to do with a "failed login", as the "Forgot your password?" link is not shown either on a blocked IP range, before you even enter an incorrect login?
@Sunpriat2: Hi, "Forgot your password?" is usually shown after failed login, also on en.wp. Please read https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug and provide a list of clear and exact steps how to get to https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/F31463710 which does not have a "Forgot your password?" link.