I had seen the thread: still, it seems to be about a different task, so I didn't know which user to ping. But it's OK. Thanks.
De.wp message at https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilfe_Diskussion:Wikisyntax/Validierung#Thank_you.2C_and_next_steps_re:_Tidy_fixes. (FYI posted here as well.)
@Esanders I still can't find anything? I'm looking at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvator_Mundi_(Leonardo)?action=edit and am trying author surnames, source titles, part of the article titles etc. Also, I'd appreciate knowing what that field can find, generally speaking, so that it can be properly documented somewhere. TY!
@Trizek-WMF , couldn't find the task number mentioned in the archived page. If you could drop a note to whoever was interested in this task, that'd be appreciated.
Wed, Nov 15
The Izer one doesn't do that: the Departmani Francuske does.
Sv.wp looking close, I hear?
https://parsoid-vd-tests.wikimedia.org/visualdiff/pngs/shwiki/Gonfaron.parsoid.png is a non working link. I wanted to show people what the problem is, when contacting them about it.
Tue, Nov 14
Because it took me a while to find them: notes from what I recall being the latest chat on this topic are available at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Developer_Summit/2017/Creating_a_UX-UI_open_hub_space_for_Wikimedia .
The very first thing I see on the test page at Discourse is it's allegedly missing RTL support? Isn't there a minimum set of requirements we should think about before picking a tool?
Maybe not a drop down thing, but something à la mediawiki:edittools? (trying to tie this to a recent comment on mediawiki.org)
TBF "Always give me the visual editor if possible" does fix this, although of course it's just a pref buried in a long page etc etc.
Not sure what this is stalled on.
Mon, Nov 13
Should we close this one?
As communicated to PM. Available to further followup on request, if necessary.
Sun, Nov 12
Fri, Nov 10
Draft message shared with Subbu. Next week I'll look at the second part of the task
@Johan may have thoughts.
Thu, Nov 9
How about using the banners, like we did a while ago?
Wed, Nov 8
We're already using Tech news when we think it's the case, and we don't we don't find agreement :)
Tue, Nov 7
Is there a tweet I can retweet already?
Wikidata doesn't seem interested in deleting the page that collects all the link to the (mostly now dead) local feedback pages, FWIW.
Actually categories seem to be part of preview now?
Hi, thanks for your note. I dug a bit to find out that what we meant to investigate in the first place was that SET was working properly at fa.wiki.
Mon, Nov 6
I'll think about drafting something ASAP.
The safest bet so far is recording what CE Insights survey says. If we get additional technology, great, otherwise that'll do.
Not sure whether this is the right task to update, but I've been discussing with Quim about the opportunity of having a project tag here, #techambassadors, as a way to help us flag to the specific group either things they need to be aware of, or things they could work on directly. I need to learn about workboards if I'm to do this.
I should totally get this started. As part of this, I also want to reach out to the people who have served so far as volunteer CLs on local visual editor feedback boards, in case they aren't aware of the larger ambassador opportunity.
Fri, Nov 3
Can you clarify how feasible Bert's proposal is? In general, not necessarily for the purposes they had in mind.
What I'm trying to figure is whether this is a kind of project that may not fit your team now/ever, but could be good for volunteer devs and similar.
Thu, Nov 2
I'll look at this later.
Tue, Oct 31
Suggestion: "Certain gadgets and other customizations may affect the performance of this feature. If you experience problems please review your gadgets and user scripts, including global ones".
@santhosh , it'd be useful to understand which articles you've examined so far, as there were so many reports and I can't know which links you followed.
Mon, Oct 30
Fri, Oct 27
@Fjalapeno : it's unclear whether hu.wp can get the In the News section, and how?
I don't think that's how it works? With Tab, you just never get to the "Add more information" field, unless you've already opened it by clicking on it.
Being able to select a result in that field is actually kinda important, because you either type the name of the parameter exactly how it's supposed to be, or an underscore makes a difference between a useless parameter and a working one.
Which steps? There's nothing in particular other than having PP enabled and hovering on a ref link.
It happens to me in any article (which is why I didn't bother pointing out to one in particular), any language, and in the few browsers I tried so far (Safari isn't uptodate, but Chrome on Win 10 is - 62.0.3202.75 (Official Build) (64-bit)). The hovercard will include an image when there's one in the article: it's basically /the/ hovercard for that article, it just pops up where one wouldn't expect it.
It could be that you don't also have NavPopups enabled via your global.js page, maybe that's what makes a difference.
Thu, Oct 26
A more direct link, since it took me ages to find: https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikimediaannounce-l/2016-October/001344.html .
Wed, Oct 25
(Ellywa brought this up at mw.org.)
See also: T171093
What we can do depends on how severe we deem this is. Something low-priority requiring people to be forced to do something sounds contradictory. (What do you mean by forcing BTW? Would that mean that they get a warning, or that we need to convey a message about how styling signatures is "deprecated" from now on or something?)
I think we can say work continues in T178838.
Note how this is not always the case: https://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%90%D7%91%D7%95%D7%9C%D7%95%D7%A6%D7%99%D7%94?veaction=edit .
Thanks, Subbu. I'm claiming this as followup from existing work on this project.