Fri, Mar 24
Thu, Mar 23
Cool stuff! @Jan_Dittrich do you have an idea for a good error message?
Wed, Mar 22
To 1: At least for v1 I would restrict usage to importing to Commons and nothing else. If you feel like we should support more, let me know and we will discuss it later
To 2: No, we only want to show the link if the file is really just on wp (see T144480 , another hidden condition ;) )
Tue, Mar 21
Mon, Mar 20
cool, thanks! Could you also mention that ElectronPDF is currently the default selection on all wikis that have it enabled? Also, could you mention explicitely on which wikis it is enabled? (I know you could figure that out due to the one graph, but whenever I read "ALL" I still imagine loads of wikis. If you don't want to change that on multiple places whenever it is deployed to a new wiki, I am also fine with a line above all graphs stating that you should be aware it is only deployed on the following four wikis: de....)
Thu, Mar 16
Mock is still in discussion...
It means that we should do everything that would be done if the file was uploaded through the "traditional" uploading means of commons through
I guess that they will check for max file size and allowed file types, but please make sure they are not checking for anything else
Configuration option with default 'upload' sounds great!
Wed, Mar 15
Still testing the feature...
Stalled until we have found a name for the template that indicates a commons-incompatible licence, see T146751: Don't move files that definitely have the wrong licence
Split into seperate tickets, see:
T160544: Don't allow a file import if licence is Commons incompatible
T160538: Investigate prerequisite checks of Commons File Upload page and add them to the File Importer, too
T160540: Investigate and use the abuse filter for the FileImporter if appropriate
T160543: Don't allow a file import if the user is less than autoconfirmed
I would suggest this.
|Look at the most recent revision being imported ONLY||Look at all revisions being imported|
|Look at the most recent revision on commons ONLY||x|
|Look at all revisions on commons (not including deleted files)|
|Look at all revisions on commons (including deleted files)|
The current file is by far the most important one. Therefore, I would only indicate to the user if that exact file exists on Commons already. For all other cases, I would not do any action as the file as a predecessor of the current file is outdated for the one case the moved file is used for, but on Commons might be still current in other situations. Therefore I would be ok with having it double
Before building that, we need to figure out how to provide the source wiki the title and url of the file on Commons
before working on that we need to figure out how to transmit the info what the source url and title was