May 13 2020
I support this move. Country-specific licenses have already been implemented for CC, so why not these as well?
Sep 21 2019
A whole category at Commons seems to be affected: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Finlands_Allm%C3%A4nna_Tidning_1878 too.
Aug 21 2018
Jul 25 2018
Works for me, too.
Jul 24 2018
Apparently this is not a regular outage that would affect all files with multiple uploads. See https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:T200121-1.png for example which I could delete and successfully undelete.
Also at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:TechHubRiga.jpg where the first revision is gone:
May 9 2018
Zhuyifei at Commons has now identified the <bdi> tags as the culprit, and it has also been noted that the one nbsp in the template code is parsed as two separate blank spaces.
Apr 29 2018
This doesn't seem to be related to any gadget or my common,js. I disabled all of them and got the same visual pattern in these templates. And yes, I did purge the page I was checking.
Apr 26 2018
The Firefox inspector tool shows some details for the p tag with the code inside the curly brackets being struck through though:
Apparently this occurs when the template is being used at the beginning of a line. When there is a bullet point or an indentation before the template, it renders normally. I got this code from my cache of that screenshot page and right now I'm also seeing such a pattern in https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Undeletion_requests/Current_requests Note the p tags around the template icon in the first example.
Jul 22 2017
This is related to the user's language settings. Apparently any other GUI language than English will cause the page to crash. See also Commons:Help desk from 12 July. I can reproduce this error for switching from English to German and from English to Danish.
Apr 1 2017
This seems to be a gradual process. When I commented on https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Yaroslava_Shvedova.JPG at COM:AN, I could still access the thumbnail in the file history. Now this is gone too.
Oct 18 2016
I don't have troubles with either FF 47 or IE 11 on Windows 7/32. I just updated to FF 49 and it's still working fine. When I checked https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/71/HAARP20l.jpg and https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4d/ApisDorsataHive.jpg in the developer tools, I got "jpeg" as a file type for both images.