May 20 2023
It has been a month, is there anyone who can take any of the above-mentioned solutions?
Apr 25 2023
I believe the simplest solution, without changing any code, is to remove the global block on this IP. It's been four to five days already, so is there anything that can be done in the meantime? For example, could someone with the appropriate permissions look into the request? It seems to have been "ignored" due to this task and its related discussions.
I just tested it out, and it turns out that even though "Special:MyContributions" can display the user's own IP correctly, on wikis other than the Meta-Wiki, anonymous users still cannot create accounts or reset passwords. I now have to redirect them to the corresponding page on the Meta-Wiki (which seems to be able to ignore the global block). I still have no solution to the issue of "users (including anonymous and registered users) not being able to edit pages."
Apr 24 2023
Apr 22 2023
Let me describe the situation again.
Okay, I tried again and now the situation is different.
Addition: It is now possible to bypass the existing local blocks.
Apr 21 2023
Mar 1 2023
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Feb 20 2023
I was unable to reproduce the error he was referring to, either by accessing through wikimedia.org or wikimirror.org. I suggest he clear the cache and try again.
Feb 7 2023
Jan 31 2023
@Legoktm I don't know your criteria for prioritization. I just think Unbreak is more urgent than High.
Aug 17 2021
Use non-globally blocked IP or confirmed right to edit also reproduced.
Jul 26 2021
Discussions have been going on for more than a month. When the last revised version was published, there was no objection at all, and the consensus was obvious.
Feb 26 2021
Maybe can add an "editowncontentmodel" right.
Jan 25 2021
phab.wikimirror -> phab.wmfusercontent, visit https://phab.mfusercontent.org/exampleORother will show same description as the IN said.
Not WMF/Phab error. pm/email me pls.
Jan 20 2021
Have a question, Is it possible to fix this problem at the technical level, or give the right to edit fully protected page like jawiki?
Shouldn't the Mediawiki namespace be editable for int-admins?
Aug 11 2020
Or more specifically, such sites in principle should use OAuth, although i guess that's hard if the point is to evade censorship and wikipedia is blocked.
Aug 10 2020
For users in mainland China intercepted by the GFW, accessing Wikimedia through a third-party reverse proxy servers (websites) is the best choice. Although a small number of them may have hidden security issues, there are always special cases that are worthy of trust . We should always have a trade-off between security and usability.