Yeah, I guess it's done. :)
I approve this request.
Okay, I believe this is done. The two Flow pages on Commons have been deleted, and I replaced them with wikitext exports:
Thu, Mar 8
I talked to Roan and Kaldari about this ticket. This won't have any visible impact, but the code's already written and there's no reason to block it. We'll do code review and then deploy it.
Sat, Mar 3
Hi everyone, I posted a response to the RfC on Commons village pump:
Tue, Feb 27
Hi everyone: Sorry this has taken a little while for us to respond; it's been a busy time at the Foundation over the last month.
Fri, Feb 23
Wed, Feb 21
@daniel & @Tgr -- sorry, I misspoke in my last comment. I talked to a couple more people and I understand it better now. :) We should do the second option and create a new mode of the API. I believe that means we won't have to notify Wikibase, so that should save some time.
As @daniel said, the purpose of this ticket is to change the way that this works. I think we should do the first option in @Tgr's message above -- all clients should honor the override. We've made a commitment to people on English Wikipedia that this will be done.
Feb 14 2018
@Alsee: This is not the way to handle this situation. We can talk about it on-wiki.
Feb 7 2018
@Tgr The description in the magic word should be used everywhere. The API should pull from the magic word and not the Wikidata description.
Jan 30 2018
@Samwilson Yes, indented for sure. Background on hover sounds nice, let's try it and see how it feels.
Jan 24 2018
@Addshore, you're suggesting I think six different tickets and projects
spinning out of this request. As a solution to the current problem, I don't
think that's better, it's just more complicated and there's more of it.
Jan 17 2018
Jan 9 2018
If we can't move the text over to the left enough, can we move the checkboxes to the right a little, so that it lines up underneath?
Jan 8 2018
Jan 4 2018
Jan 3 2018
Jan 2 2018
@Blackcat, I feel like we've answered that question. The use of the tool is to provide people with information that someone has tried to access their account, so they can make sure they have a strong, unique password. Providing the IP -- which I believe Huji is working on -- will help people to know whether this was actually an attempt from an outsider, or a login that they already know about.