Just another random volunteer who is incidentally also a Computer Science enthusiast 😄
Jul 11 2022
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Jan 25 2022
The issue mentioned here does appear fixed in mobile web. But as noted in the task description the issues appear not to be fixed in the mobile app (v2.7.50391-alpha-2022-01-14) yet. So, re-opening the task.
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Apr 13 2021
I'm not sure if I experience the ambiguity as I'm a non-native speaker. A comma before "... in the last 30 days" would've avoided the confusion I guess.
Apr 11 2021
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Dec 15 2020
Strange observation. I saw the "You've been logged out" pop-up today when I was initiating a search:
Nov 13 2020
Apparently, I'm still observing this in my Android 5.1.1 device using v2.7.50334-alpha-2020-11-11 of the app. So, I'm reopening it.
Sep 25 2020
Sep 17 2020
I just tried on a Firefox for Android 68.12.0esr and couldn't reproduce the issues described in this task and T240883. The editor works fine. I didn't observe any weird behaviors. So, I believe the fix works.
Sep 16 2020
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Jul 28 2020
Compatibility matrix template has been officially bumped.
Jul 27 2020
Jul 9 2020
Was the removal from a description a request to opt out of this change or is this a mistake?
Jul 5 2020
Jul 3 2020
This is likely never going to happen as Nearby has been removed from the app. So, closing. Feel free to re-open if this is not correct. :)
Jun 21 2020
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Jun 16 2020
On Android, truncate the description at two lines in order to easily scan list items and to keep it consistent with the rest of the app.
(note: can you actually save a reply?)
Jun 14 2020
Jun 13 2020
I will add, however, that when performing a search in Mobile Web, there doesn't seem to be any constraint on the description length:
Jun 1 2020
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IIUC, this was created based on the feedback given by a user in the mobile-l mailing list: https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/mobile-l/2020-May/010720.html
May 27 2020
May 20 2020
Ok, done! I've posted the reminder at enwiki VPT.
I'm a little confused about the approximate duration of the operation. This task says the read only time would be around 30 minutes. The other one related to this (T251982) says the read-only time would be around 15 minutes. Which one should I trust?
May 19 2020
May 15 2020
In which version is this supposed to be fixed? I still observe the issue mentioned in the description in 2.7.50317-alpha-2020-05-15.
Mar 24 2020
I'm facing this again. I observe a pattern, though. It seems to be happening after I log in for a few times in other devices/browsers.
Feb 24 2020
Yeah, log in to Commons beta is possible using the Commons Android app (beta flavour). Thanks for fixing this 😄
Feb 19 2020
Feb 12 2020
I can confirm this. I observe the same behaviour as described in the task description.
Feb 8 2020
Also, SSL server test seems to be a lot happier (A) than before (B). Though I notice that it shows "No" near OCSP stapling now. Is this intentional?
@Krenair As of now, I can confirm that this is fixed in both Firefox on Windows and the commons beta app. Thanks a lot for fixing this! 🙂
Feb 6 2020
According to SSL server test it already expired (at Feb 05 09:00:00 UTC 2020), ...
Feb 5 2020
Personally, I like Option 1 to be chosen as there would be enough space for two icons in desktop and I like to see them separately.
Just wondering, how long would the temporary solution work? I think that's the same as the answer to the question: How long is the stapled response valid?
Feb 4 2020
Previously notices were accessible via the overlay that opened when you clicked the icon however this was intentionally broken to separate mobile and desktop experiences more cleanly.
the title does? "It should be possible to access notices in Minerva desktop without adding a new icon"
Though the description doesn't explicitly mention that notices are not accessible in desktop, they do seem related.
Feb 3 2020
I reported this earlier. You can find the response I got at T244089#5843531
Yeah, I can confirm that the beta site is now accessible again in my desktop. The issue faced in the commons app also seems to be gone now. Thanks for the quick fix! :-)
I just checked and this seems to be happening only for notices and not for alerts. I'm able to see the unread notices from other wikis in my mobile but not in desktop.
Feb 2 2020
This is a duplicate of T232275 which has already been fixed.
Feb 1 2020
I can't reproduce this in Firefox 72.0.2 on Windows 10
Jan 31 2020
I can't reproduce this in Firefox 72.0.2 on Windows 10. Though, we're facing an issue in the Wikimedia Commons Android app in which we're unable to connect to the Commons beta cluster. It might be due to the OCSP stapling issue. Link to the issue.
Jan 18 2020
Jan 7 2020
This does look fixed. But I came across another issue with search in the History page. I've filed it as T242142.
Dec 31 2019
There is nothing in the JSON output of https://api.github.com/orgs/wikimedia/repos that indicates whether a Github repository has been forked ...
Dec 25 2019
As far as I checked this does look fixed i.e., the "Reference Previews" beta feature is enabled when the "Automatically enable all new beta features" option is enabled. Thanks for fixing this!
Dec 24 2019
IIUC, after the change setlang would change the preferred interface language of a user permanently when they accept the change. In that case I think the following string communicates that very well.