Mon, Nov 20
Fri, Nov 17
Thu, Nov 16
@Matanya Alpha should be updated. Feel free to close if fixed.
Wed, Nov 15
Mon, Nov 13
Not strictly a bug, but more of an open question:
The "about this article" section is currently shown using the System language instead of the article language. If you change your system language, these strings will appear in the selected language. Let's take a minute during grooming to think about whether we want to override these strings using the article language.
Sat, Nov 11
Fri, Nov 10
To quote the Wikipedia article on the Portuguese Wikipedia:
Yeah, at least in this particular case I think it will be useful on our end. This would be consistent with the /data/lists/ endpoint, which does in fact seem to return the error when lists aren't set up (which is also good).
@Tgr Question about the reading list service:
Wed, Nov 8
Tue, Nov 7
Excellent; thanks for helping track down the root cause. We'll investigate the best way to solve the issue and release an update soon.
This isn't reproducible on any of our devices (all formulas appear correctly regardless of account settings). What is the version of the app that you're using?
It's not really feasible for us to guarantee the app to work on Developer Preview versions of Android. The app works correctly on 8.0 (API 26), which is the current production version of Oreo (with the exception of adaptive icons, which is captured in T174301). The app also works correctly in an emulator running API 27, so I'm not able to reproduce any of this behavior. There's no telling what kinds of quirks or inconsistencies are present in the Developer Preview, and we don't have the resources to account for all of them.
Mon, Nov 6
@MGChecker Mind attaching a screenshot? And what device model and Android version are you using?
Fri, Nov 3
(disclaimer: this is the first time I've heard about QRpedia)
Wed, Nov 1
This was a conversation between the Legal team, as well as the Android team at WMF. The Legal team has recommended that the Commons app should implement OAuth, if they want to continue to have their app distributed through the WMF's Google Play Store account (and continue to use the Wikipedia / Commons branding). Otherwise, they would need to move the app into their own separate Play Store account.
Do these users have 2FA enabled? (and do the logs say anything about this?)
That does indeed look like the URL format that the Android app uses...
Tue, Oct 31
Note: I've updated the description of this task to say "Notification" (i.e. system status bar popup) instead of "toast". @RHo please amend if this isn't right.
Mon, Oct 30
This is no longer done.
Sorry, should have been closed a while ago. We now preserve the scroll position of articles.