i don't talk on irc much.
Im wondering how do we want this to look? Do we want to put this under the top bar?
Google has a little bar above the navigation bar telling the users to activate "critical notifications" on android-review.googlesource.com. Should this be sort of a similar design, sitting on top of the top nav bar?
At the bottom of the page, you can toggle between desktop or mobile view, see if that helps. I think this used to be a recurring issue with MobileFrontend before? But I can't be too sure.
Looks good. Nothing else is needed .Thanks :)
upstream issue set to WontFix, should a plugin be needed?
help-message from HTMLForm could be modified in a different patch so a bit of spacing is given at the bottom?
Does this look fine? Tell me if the wording should be different.
'Twas quick. Thanks @Aklapper! I'll report more bugs like these more clearly.
I'll give this a try..
I'll co-mentor on this one :)
Thanks! I've renamed it to #User-Apap04 as it gets confusing if the username does not match the name of the User- project.
It's also unclear to me how much a student is supposed to do here when it comes to the number of repositories and patches?
The instance count could be increased to more students so each one can work on different repos that have that one spelling problem.. But that would be too much for the student(s) to complete in 6 days. Should we just restrict the student(s) to specific repos instead of fixing all the repositories? (Like misspellings on mediawiki/core or a highly used extension?)
Requested public project User-Andreas has been created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/4396/
Please encourage interested people to visit the project and to join the project as members, and to watch the project in order to receive updates!
I'm down to mentor this, currently mentoring one more task though. Is anyone up to import this to GCI for 2019?
How are we going to deal with assignees that have pending tasks (or neither pending or done tasks) from Google-Code-in-2018 (or just not completed in general)? Do we remove them so more students can get involved or do we keep them as-is?
No problem for me. I can't mentor this year because I am still "in students year". Next year I will be mentor, if Wikimedia gets accepted and next year (I believe Google will organize).
Here's the GCI task: click me!
I would be willing to mentor this for Google-Code-in-2019 if others arent @Zoranzoki21.. It's an easy looking task so I'd be willing to mentor. (although it's not a task regarding documentation..) I'll import this into GCI tasks.
wow, i didn't know Tgr was a designer
Its kind of obvious when mailman keeps sending people monthly password reminders
Shows on Stable, setting back to resolved.
For whatever reason, 2FA was removed after a period of time after being implemented.
No more 2FA, again.
User mentioned that they were on MacOS 10.14 when this happened, if you didn't look at the WebKit bug
I'll try to get someone else with a Mac on this issue since the original repost came from WP:Discord and not me unfortunately. If I can get some free time, I'll see if I can build WebKit from source to see the bug for myself.
Thank you! :)
My real life identity. This is one way that I know of that I can verify
that I'm "Apap04".
I could record a video of myself proving my identity. I'll have to email it
to you (aklapper) because of privacy issues.
I do have my SSH key setup, I just wanna know how to upload a file.
How do I do that? I don't mess around with Toolforge or any other developer
tools like that.
oh crap, I forgot to mention that I created the task via email so I have no
access to the web interface and I'm not logged in.
Nope. In the discussion with Krenair, it was suggested that the app uses
an IPv4 address and switches to IPv6 addresses. It's probably either the
app or T-Mobile.
Yeah I guess so. Not sure what caused the switch to a different IP though.
In the browser, I'm connected via an IPv6 address. Now, when I tested
editing in the app, I'm connected an IPv6 address that is blocked for
cross-wiki vandalism, not a regular TMOblock.
+1.. verifying it's me who made this report :)
The app only allows autoconfirmed users to edit semi-protected pages but doesn't allow confirmed users.
For Wikipedia on mobile devices, Android, iOS, etc..
@Apap04: Do you use a Wikimedia mobile app? Or do you refer to going to Wikipedia in your mobile browser?
@Apap04: Hi, which project is this about? MediaWiki itself? Some app? Something else?
Please follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug when creating tasks - thanks a lot! :)
This also happens on another article, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghostemane. It probably only affects semi-protected pages, but I'm not too sure.