Tue, Jun 18
Mon, Jun 3
That explanation certainly helps
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Just a question: is this intermittent behaviour expected or is there something actually being fixed everytime we bring it up (no snark, genuine question)
May 19 2019
Widespread occurrence, VPT threads and lots of users affected. No point making a "Me too" here but is there an estimate on when it will be fixed?
May 5 2019
May 3 2019
We should have a currently logged-in panel in the Preferences section that would allow us to logout sessions from elsewhere, in case we have left accounts logged in, on old or public devices. Furthermore, we should also have an option to log out from all devices in case we believe that our account is compromised or in privileged changes, apart from password changes, attempts to change 2FA/email for example.
Apr 19 2019
Apr 15 2019
Apr 14 2019
If there's no wikitext preload button anyone is working on, it's pretty easy to get one in, I asked Liam about it but he's not sure if anyone's doing it yet - but if no one is, it's shouldn't be an issue for me to make one in a few days (or hours?)
Apr 9 2019
Apr 7 2019
Apr 6 2019
Dec 9 2018
Dec 2 2018
Nov 29 2018
Oct 19 2018
What's the reason? I keep it suppressed for my bot and add it to the summary with the current version number.
It's been months since I've been in that exact environment and the issue seems non-reproducible in Safari 12.0.1 (running on Mac OS Mojave 10.14.1), so I can't answer.
The OS I was using then was Windows 10 Pro (just before Anniversary Update).
Jan 29 2018
Mar 31 2017
Can't find a feature request project, so added this project to the Bugs project instead, triaged as normal.
Mar 14 2017
I agree, personally I used it for a while and while I certainly liked it, this ticked me off at times and when I just started out using it, it was actually pretty awful, since I could only tinker around to grab its proper usage.
Feb 28 2017
I'm willing to do the community part of this program (community organizer) but I cannot take over as mentor, I'd guess the idea has a proposer, right?
Feb 20 2017
Feb 12 2017
Feb 11 2017
- Make the question direct and appropriate.
- Possibly include a hover-tip to the policy page and a short explanation.
Jun 7 2016
- JS is not disabled.
- Diff page means the difference page.
Don't remember the URL. But it was Special:Thanks.
I was on an userpage and thanked a certain user from the diff page, then a new page opened asking me for confirmation.
To see if this was just a new thing, I opened Recent Changes and thanked another user from the diff screen and it worked fine. As in, the normal text sliding and asking for confirmation.
Jun 2 2016
"Over a redirect" needs to be omitted, since you're not moving it over a redirect.
May 17 2016
@Urbanecm Do crats have all admin rights per se?
@Urbanecm There's sufficient consensus for editors with this user right to move pages with move-protection (as I expected).
@Coffee Shouldn't we take a lower threshold of ratelimits and push a patch for that (something better than nothing policy) since we have people who want ratelimits increased, some with 100/60, others with 20/60, etc. Although there might be accusations of bias, there's safety as well as a support with a lower limit and there's no reason for discontentment from the supporters of that proposal either.
May 4 2016
Considering that there's a steady increase for page movers to be able to move move-protected pages, you might need to make a new patch.
Also, rate limits will be limited to 20/60 - 30/60 as most people opposing it want a compromise and it won't pass without a majority.
Apr 30 2016
Apr 29 2016
@Urbanecm I don't think you should roll it out before the RfC is closed. The place is a stickler for formalities and it'd be better if you can do all of it together, whatever there are.
Apr 26 2016
Apr 25 2016
Apr 21 2016
So, we'll be downloading AWB from gh-pages now? (the manual path i.e)
Well, it's free! Have you guy issued some kind of community notice for this disruption?
@Magioladitis I've deleted the directory after downloading the new version manually.
@Reedy The .exe runs but doesn't actually update AWB.
Apr 19 2016
@Magioladitis No, it does not, I've tried it 5-6 times already.
@Magioladitis Nope, it said updating, extracting and stuff and nothing happened.
What's with the updater not working?
The updater isn't working.
I presume this has to do more with MediaWiki than AWB.
Mar 25 2016
Yes, that's what happened. I added a speedy deletion tag using Twinkle (just saying) and the user added another using PageCuration.
Jan 28 2016
Also, what's up with the font size?
Jan 22 2016
Not a bug/feature request.
@Neve-selbert Make a new account for your bot and go through the BRFA process (if on enwiki). Then, AWB will have the mode enabled for you.
Per suggestion at ANI:
Also, then, to prevent a 'probable' disaster, could all sessions be invalidated on server-side.
Jan 18 2016
Firefox 43.0.4. Works fine.
Jan 17 2016
Aug 8 2015
I think it should be visually associated with whatever it belongs to. So if edit-user-talk remains an alert, it should be associated with alerts. That said, if it appears in the middle of the two indicators it may be kind of a moot point (since it will be visually associated with both).
This whole ticket is just about us suggesting according to our aesthetic sense and personal work-habits.
Wouldn't it be better to have a wider sample space?
Aug 7 2015
I wouldn't mind ditching the orange bar if it's integrated into the badge.
Also, how about we just have an unified badge and then the messages and alerts are color-coded accordingly after we click on that badge.
Like, black text with a red or blue background.
Once read, it'd change to a white background.
The unified badge would be color-coded based on the type of notifications (blue if messages, red if alerts and/or messages) and the no. should be set to the total number.
Aug 6 2015
Can we change the color coding?
Like, red for alerts, while a milder color for messages. This would attract attention to them.
White "0" in gray box when no notifications.
Blue box when only messages.
Red box when alerts and/or messages.
Aug 5 2015
Jun 10 2015
Jun 3 2015
I would say the workflow go like this:
- Account deactivated
- Block all functionalities
- If relogin within 30 days, reactivate the account
- After 30 days, delete the account
- Delete all log/edit filter entries related to the user.
- Move all edits to a placeholder username (which is going to be the same for every deleted user).
- Delete all user pages.
I believe that every user should have the "right to vanish". Even if spammers make sockpuppets, so what? We have autoblocks, don't we? And anyway, we have advanced heuristics (aka Recent Changes patrollers).
I believe this task's pros easily outweighs its cons.