Mon, Jan 8
What happens if I try to move a page on en.wp during the downtime? Will Wikidata update later?
Wed, Jan 3
Actually, this is declined T98052: Display labels of deleted items.
Isn't this basicaly T148279: Allow the history of deleted Wikidata items to be visible for a month?
Tue, Jan 2
I opposed a similar request at en.wp Common.css for a generic "top align all the things!" class. Why are people setting top alignment? We should have semantic class names so that, across the board we know why we are getting some set of functionality.
Sun, Dec 31
Thu, Dec 28
I've merged the task because the rest of it is invalid. The reason the validator complains about the languages is because they are not valid language tags: -pro is not a valid language subtag and simple is not a valid language tag.
I'm sure there's a reason for this request, but what is that reason?
This is not a code-in task.
This problem manifests on changes lists with the beta filters option (possibly specific to ORES/Wikidata changes/enhanced RC/WL).
Tue, Dec 26
The main issue described in this task is a duplicate of T6521: Colon (:) & semicolon (;) shouldn't output as HTML definition list when used for indentation, boldfacing. Is the other item an actual issue or should this be closed duplicate?
Wed, Dec 20
Dec 13 2017
Causing this report at en.wp also.
Dec 12 2017
Since we all seem to agree on the use cases for colons, I'll list them and comment:
Dec 10 2017
This task is either a duplicate of T172461: Special:RecentChanges no longer displays interwiki links on wikis that have added them to MediaWiki:Recentchangestext or T123063: Special pages should link to all languages in a project..
Dec 8 2017
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Nov 30 2017
A newsletter seems unnecessary. Users know the skin is beta, so changes generally should be expected.
I managed to make it happen just by selecting a lot of the text in another article with a number of tables and then hitting ctrl+v (don't know what was actually on the clipboard). Bah.
It might be due to having find and replace open in specific, or possibly with the fostered content which was the point of the edit, since I was just able to make a followup error fix pretty easily.
Nov 29 2017
Huh. Added in T12334: Replace normal spaces before percent (%) signs with non-breaking spaces, 2007. I wonder if this is behavior that should
actually be in core. (Other documentation at T74941#794299 .)
I'm going to reopen this task. The whole bunch of stuff in T164954: Be able to re-use a citoid citation in VisualEditor's wikitext mode about figuring wikitext out seems mostly irrelevant for the "first time" insertion of a reference. Maybe it's not and @Deskana has the right of it that the solution for one is the solution for the other, but it really doesn't look like that is the case from an outsider looking in.
Nov 28 2017
Do you have ULS-CompactLinks enabled? It doesn't look like it, but I am going to ask the dumb question.
Because MediaWiki automatically places a non-breaking space before a percentage sign
Nov 26 2017
This is the general issue w.r.t. T181206: Can't find Twinkle in Timeless skin.
I have no issue with Revision Slider in Timeless. What browser and OS?
Nov 25 2017
Is there a reason that the proposed CSS can't be placed in Mediawiki:Timeless.css? I assume, like all other skins, such exists.
Nov 24 2017
Since the default search is for content space (not necessarily articles), I personally agree that it should be NUMBEROFCONTENTPAGES (or whatever the magic word is) rather than NUMBEROFPAGES.
The table doesn't have a scrollbar because no other skins have a scrollbar.
Related to T181256: 2 columns leaves some whitespace in the toolbar probably.
Since @Legoktm merged my task here, I'd also like to note the abbreviations in the legend should also be in bold face.
Is this also causing T181167: Slight conflict between 2017 WTE and Timeless top-bars?
Nov 23 2017
@TTO Marginal preference for p-pagetools. "Best case" IMO would be a dropdown like Vector. In either, Twinkle disappears at really small resolution (when everything turns to icons), so it should probably get a dropdown at some point (if that's possible). (Alternatively, that may indicate a separate problem. :D)
Oh, wow. My bad. It was a visited article (i.e., a case of T181177: Hovered links don't distinguish sufficiently from visited links in Timeless).
I will take a look.