Fri, Nov 15
It would be good to list out the ad hoc actual implementations of internationalization/localization.
At first glance, it looks like Parsoid/PHP matches legacy parser rendering here.
Might want to consider opening a new task or tweaking this one for all work arounds for PHP < 7 since all supported versions now require at least 7.0.
I don't see the issue any more for some reason. Maybe it was upstream or maybe it was Firefox or the gremlines or... 😃 .
Thu, Nov 7
Sat, Nov 2
Thu, Oct 31
The revision slider has a pin today. In Timeless today (which since the last release is now displaying some weird offsets), those look like:
Tue, Oct 29
The Syrian civil war template is a known issue on wiki even with legacy parser. We've had to remove details at least once from the template before.
Tue, Oct 22
Mon, Oct 21
Oct 15 2019
I see a TOC for enwiki with links that work but no headers, in multiple skins. The source also does not have the headers.
Oct 14 2019
Oct 12 2019
Oct 11 2019
Oct 10 2019
Oct 9 2019
Per Volker's comment at VPT, this was fixed as a result of T234510.
Oct 6 2019
The original reporter was using Chrome.
There's a lot of stuff in https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/foundation-l/2010-May/thread.html from what looks to have been a significant discussion on the topic. General tone seemed to be "nope, we're not interested in categorizing content directly for the purposes of censorship/content filtering".
So, the ICRA hasn't existed in nearly a decade and the PICS is also no longer a thing, though its successor POWDER appears still to be an active W3C set of standards... of approximately the same usefulness as generically describing the images in RDF (since it is not obvious to me that any vendors have implemented to the use cases described by that standard), which is what StructuredDataOnCommons is going to do for files.
Oct 5 2019
I added T234733: User field in OOUI Special:Contributions is very short as a post-rollout subtask.
Syntax for attributes is something I made a task for at T202083: First-class wikitext support for ordered list item value which I closed duplicate of the problem I was looking to solve in that context. General gist I suggested was similar to the table syntax, namely: # id=A class=X | BCD where BCD is the list item content. I can see users going for that syntax. I don't really understand the proposed "table" syntax above (:::|id=foo|class=bar| ("like table syntax")) since that's not how table syntax works. "like", but definitely not.
I agree entirely with Anomie in T230683#5434186. His shot at a mockup is a bit reddit-ish too, which seems to be accepted elsewhere....
Some thoughts, some of which are in the gist of the above discussion and some of which are new points.
Oct 4 2019
Might be nice to have a pin on the article history page as well. (I don't know, just making a comment that I doubt anyone would be bothered with consistency there.)
Not sure this should be closed; the bug in the description is not mine nor was my fix going to resolve the above.
Oct 1 2019
Sep 30 2019
Sep 23 2019
This one will probably require a user notice before WMF rollout and maybe even a "do you guys want us to do this" question to the communities.
Sep 19 2019
You shouldn't be opening any pages in a new tab in the general case. See https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20-TECHS/G200.html
Sep 15 2019
This is T185840 and I will be closing accordingly.
Sep 14 2019
Possibly this discussion also demonstrating the issue.
Sep 11 2019
Sep 10 2019
I have issues saving in Chrome (Win10) on my work computer but no issue at home on Firefox (Win10). I use WTE2017.
Sep 9 2019
Some of us use VE. Did you check in VE also?
Sep 7 2019
Minor note, there is a duplicate listed dependency at 1702 and 1705 of Resources.php.
Discussions closed; dead-url deprecation remains.
Sep 3 2019
@Isarra You might want to put the word back in wide mode.