Hungarian user. Mostly I follow HuWiki-related tasks.
Let justice be done though the heavens fall.
Under deprecated I meant not preferred alias, as we need to choose one parameter pair for the bot (personally, I don't have a favourite).
The patch has deployed, I'll notify the community.
@Bencemac You are correct that this number actually indicates your total number of edits (not just Suggested Edits), and the tooltip string should be updated. (In fact, for the moment the number is your total contributions across Wikidata and Commons, not Wikipedia, for complicated reasons. But this will be refined and updated in the future.)
I am, however, unable to reproduce the issue of your edits not loading at all. Does it still happen now?
It's back. (temporary problem?)
The test period ended 17+ month ago, can somebody please revert it as the community wants?
Only desktop, I believe.
Update on this, we have deployed our identifying code to the pageview pipeline and it is being run on shadow mode (meaning end users do not yet see the results of the classification)
The flood fortunately stopped, but the most viewed articles of 2019 is strongly occupied by them (5., 7., 8., 10–16., etc.). Would be a disclaimer possible and useful until they are gone? @MusikAnimal
Thank you very much! I finally understand it. :D
What's the status here? It seems like we've been over-running the "test" for seven months waiting for the analysis. Is that right?
No, it does not. But the deletion log can contain only delete and restore actions which still should not be on the watchlist.
Sorry about the suggestion part, I was not familiar with the gadget (because when I tried, I could not set it up with my account). I find generally this issue problematic. Your solutions are good because I know only one problematic editor. But what should we do if we have dozens? It is already a hard job to patrol alone a language completely, so I am sure about that I would not even try to do that if I have to deal with unstoppable non-vandal but incorrect edits too. I do not know what the others think, but I could imagine that it is already a problem with few languages.
T123442 could be related.
@Nuria Thanks for the details! Is there anything further we can do?
A list would truly be useful.
Thanks for the fast reply and sorry about the false alarm!
Are there any new information/update?
@Bencemac I’m not a huwiki admin. How could I confirm it apart from looking at the special page you linked, which can be done by anyone?
Hungarian Wikipedia is done.
I might say "usually begin with a lowercase letter" - because in the example you show, it is correct to start with an uppercase character. Alas, the ambiguity is the whole reason we need the helper text, and can't just make an automagical solution.
@Bencemac: Which problem does this create?
Asking as you are already on wikidata, so this feels redundant (and might be an intentional feature).
I can confirm the problem with Firefox 67.0.2 and Edge 44.18362.1.0 on Windows 1903.
@Bencemac If everything goes well, we will be rolling this out during the next week (May 20-24).
Hello! Can I ask a little status update? Thanks in advance!
Cool, thank you!
Thank you and sorry for the late idea!
@MusikAnimal; Thanks for your work! I forgot to mention Global sysops who can create similar logs as stewards. For example, see Billinghurst's activity at urwiki. Could you implement this user group as well?
My suggestion is that because it is almost April the testing period would be a full year (365 days) if it is not a problem for huwiki community and then revert the change. This would make the results of the test more useful to others. This, of course, requires support from huwiki community.
I will work on this but expect comments from Hungarian Wikipedia community members before this is deployed.
We could use my talk page as a test.
@Cyberpower678 Thank you!
Raised the priority because this case is pending since October 2018.
Note: I finished the translation (98%).
Because we voted for a test period/temporary time, not for default (currently this is the default setting).
I re-open it instead of creating a new ticket. I hope it is not a problem.
One more week has passed. When can we expect any action?
Unfortunately, this can't be acted on as the data is now in IABot. Please re-report if it happens again, and leave untouched so it ca be investigated.
@Aklapper All I can say is that the majority (who participated in the discussion) still want the reverting.
@Aklapper I do not agree. We discussed that we cannot answer the test's main question (like 'do we loose anons and new [non-trusted] editors because their changes do not appear immediately?') because we did not collect data for this (or for anything else, not at all). As a speaker, I am only repeating myself.
@Cyberpower678 Can we say that this is resolved by IABot and close it?
Asked the community to decide; should we revert it or is it the stable setting now?
@Dereckson The test period has ended, what's now?
I am a little bit disappointed because if I see right, TemplateWizard is much better and has more functions than VE's one.
TemplateWizard is enabled for me everywhere (Hungarian/English Wikipedia, Meta) but I cannot find anywhere the new icon, only VE's old one. Any idea about that what I am doing wrong? I have always wanted to test it.