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Thu, Jul 13
Why should Special:Random return random pages just from a specific category (e.g. in a specific languag)? That could mean, that in some cases, Special:Random is not random anymore, because pages are selected by specific user-properties :/
Ok, from what I can see:
The "Special Page" tab correctly links to the Special page (including the name of the page being investigated). Or do I misunderstand you here? What is your expected behaviour?
The limit is enforced. That means, that the comment of the revision can not exceed 255 bytes (that is also the limit for the field in the database, iirc). However, there's some auto-generated stuff when you move a page, too (something like "Username moved page Title to NewTitle:" which also counts within the 255 bytes limit). My guess is, that the 200 characters limit is choosed to have some free space for the auto-generated message. However, this means, that, at least that's what I read from the code, if I haven't missed something, that you can still run into the problem, that the reason message is cut off, if the generated text combined with the user-defined reason is longer than 255 bytes.
Tue, Jul 11
White for the light and dark theme or just for the light theme and blue for the dark theme? :)
What I'm asking myself, too is: Should the search bar atthe top be black (as it is currently) or also blue, like for the reading lists and/or history searchbars?
Sun, Jul 9
The version is correct, note, that Special:Version caches the git nformation for some time, to avoid unnecessary file system lookups. So, it should work now. If not, make sure that you really copied all files to the server.
Sat, Jul 8
Hi, have you really downloaded the master version? It should be 5807545: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:ExtensionDistributor?extdistname=GoogleLogin&extdistversion=master and the class, which is reported to dow nog exist, exist in this version.
Fri, Jul 7
@DSwissK: If you normally use the ExtensionDistributor, the composer dependencies are included there. If you use git do get the copy of GoogleLogin, you need to download the dependencies manually by running composer update in the directory (you need to install composer beforehand). However, the change was already merged (thanks @Umherirrender), so you now can simply download a new copy from the ExtensionDistributor, the change should already be included in the latest master version (be sure to select "master").
Thu, Jul 6
Seems to work now, sorry for the noise! :)
As REL1_27 is an LTS release, I cherry-picked the change to the release branch. Over to Release-Engineering MW-1.27-release :)
No, it's still active :)
Wed, Jul 5
I already recognized this and proposed a change:
Sun, Jul 2
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Sun, Jun 25
Yeah, I totally missed that, sorry :(
Jun 17 2017
The extension is not maintained in Wikimedia Gerrit, so this request can unfortunately not be resolved here :/
Jun 14 2017
*yay* Thanks for merging Reedy!
Not sure why, but this seems to be resolved already. It works pretty well (at least with GoogleLogin, if it is the only authentication provider) and all changes are merged :)
Jun 10 2017
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May 31 2017
Collapsed by default, of course :)
The image requested by @Jdlrobson
Seems to be working again: https://integration.wikimedia.org/ci/job/mwext-testextension-hhvm-composer-jessie/2968/console
Thanks @Krinkle for the quick fix! :)
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May 20 2017
time python captcha.py --font=/usr/share/fonts/truetype/freefont/FreeSans.ttf --wordlist=/usr/share/dict/words --key=FOO --output=../../../captchas --threads=2 --count=1000 Generating 1000 CAPTCHA images separated in 500 image(s) per chunk run by 2 threads...
The only way of doing it with the currently available widgets is with a ComboBoxInputWidget. I'll propose a change :)
+1 of course! (btw. I would support membership in mediawiki, too, which allows him to +2 mediawiki/*)
I'm not sure, what exactly you mean, yould you give some more information? If I type in the select field, it will select and highlight the one, which matches my typed string :)
May 19 2017
May 18 2017
Is this a real request for a new repository or did you opened the task accidently? If so, could you please provide the requested information in the form?
May 17 2017
Sorry, I haven't seen the mesage Quim. I've signed L2 :)
May 16 2017
Even if I'm not updating the custom build of the App anymore (at least not as often as I would like to :P), I would be very interested in talking and hacking at this task at the hackathon! The biggest problem is, like explained in the task description, that there're a lot of places where things has to be adapted to even get the app running and simply showing content. I think it would be a big step into the right direction, if that would be easier (e.g. with a central or just as little as possible places where the app can be configured). I also agree, that feature flags for now are good enough, and a "wizard" or something is not really needed at this point :)