Tue, Dec 11
Sat, Dec 8
What exactly is the problem? (You could maybe open the other secret issue as the tool is currently down).
Fri, Dec 7
Usually tasks are merging into the older one
We complained about this issue on cswiki a few days ago
Thu, Dec 6
If you want to welcome new users using Pywikibot, you actually have to run Pywikibot in the command line 24/7. Everybody sometimes wants to restart his computer, therefore there are ways, how to run Pywikibot from cloud (distant computer). See
for more details.
Wed, Dec 5
Also for hover, focus and similar stuff.
Tue, Dec 4
The original colour seems ok to me, since it passes at least AA for both black and white.
The problem with #54595d and #585858 to me is that it is too similar to the black in a summary text. The link is then even more hidden. A gray colour right in between white and black it should be. Is it such an important part of the line we need to achieve AA?
Probably it can be removed after the whole link will be marked in a different way. Underline?
Mon, Dec 3
@ovasileva Is it solved also for hatnotes?
Logo created: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wikipedia-wordmark-cs.svg
Is really consensus needed when localizing logos? I don't know about anyone who would prefer English logo instead of Czech logo
Hm, no frwiki in there. novwiki also doesn't have the logo localized. We have to create one
Is there some category of existing official Minerva logos? Because skwiki uses frwiki's logo, I'm pretty sure the logo we need already exists.
Sun, Dec 2
Oh, I know why, we use localized class name for hatnotes!
OK, is there some magic class like .infobox for infoboxes or .ambox (per T206177 and 2) for boxes? Which makes the hatnote template stay on top (or not move under first paragraph or whatever the magic mobile content moves work)? Because if we could just add a class and the whole hatnote would just stay on top, it would be cool!
The very same issue was also discussed in T206177
Both tasks seems to handle the same issue, but provide different solutions. Both should be merged as one issue to find a consensus on a solution.
Sat, Dec 1
This is a classic: for many people this is a cool language change icon (me), but on the Czech Wikipedia time to time we get a question, how to change the language on mobile.
Fri, Nov 30
Per web.archive.org it seems it started to be broken between January 2016 and November 2017
Some change since 2015 must break the plot generation as the plot from 2015 seems to be correct: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Graf_poctu_clanku.png
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Yeah, probably WCAG-compliant gray would be cool
Another discussion about the section link character started in T210822
Wed, Nov 28
Yeah, the template like this would also be an option for the OP
Probably this should be a feature added only for non-WMF wikis (disabled by default for WMF wikis respectively). As it seems to me, this could possibly be a MediaWiki extension or a Gadget. Even more probably there already might be one for 2010 wikitext editor. Hopefully for visual editor and 2017 wikitext editor it would not be so hard to create one too?
Tue, Nov 27
Proposed in Community Wishlist Survey again!
Proposed in Community Wishlist Survey
@Arslanali Are you running the Pywikibot welcome.py script?
Wed, Nov 21
No, we need your help!
Tue, Nov 20
Wow, I didn't know about qqx feature, this is what I missed all the years!
I'm speking about cswiki. Per your response it seems it can be fixed somewhere in the MediaWiki namespace??
Hopefully it would do, I would only like to suggest to unbold the only bold text, that is not a heading or a button: "Don't use images, external links and templates." in the signature description.
Mon, Nov 19
This is weird. Also try edit task (form 10 too). I don't know, where deadline is needed (form 10), but we get this form almost on every occasion possible (except new tasks' simple form (1))
/ some of them could be expected to have unexpected success sometimes or in some machine, but some of them are maybe just fixed already? /
When you watch Special:Unused categories on any project for a while, you notice every month there are new categories titled as "User xy". These categories have no users inside and also are not categorized. Two issues nobody likes. And every month 10 categories are created this way by bot, noone knows why.
From our side yes, everything else depends on an OP's action? Maybe stalled?
Sun, Nov 18
Is this solved already?
My bad, there already is a pywikibot folder
Sat, Nov 17
I can see a different issue (https://travis-ci.org/wikimedia/pywikibot/jobs/456314236):
====================================================================== FAIL: test_flickrripper (tests.script_tests.TestScriptSimulate) Test running flickrripper -simulate. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/travis/build/wikimedia/pywikibot/tests/script_tests.py", line 288, in testScript stderr_other) AssertionError: u'Use -help for further information.' not found in [u'WARNING: Flickr api key not found! Get yourself an api key', u'Any flickr user can get a key at', u'https://www.flickr.com/services/api/keys/apply/'] ----------------------------------------------------------------------
After https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/pywikibot/core/+/463455/ was merged?
I don't know, but it is easy to try:
Fri, Nov 16
Another 11 empty categories created recently on cswiki
This feature now starts to be interesting (after new design was released). The edit buttons are ok, but what if I want to keep both versions and just set their order? Like if two people add a sentence/paragraph, I want to be able to keep both, just place my paragraph under or above his/her. Currently I have to edit his version and copy my version in there. Two arrow icons would make the issue much easier.