Wed, Sep 6
Aug 18 2017
update: because of T160182: Display original location in Commons the first edit will not be a null revision anymore
User tests showed this is not a desired behavior (see T173563: Understand commas as search term seperators)
Aug 17 2017
Is 1.30 going to be LTS and do you know when it will come?
awesome, thanks @mpopov!
Aug 16 2017
@mpopov Do you think you will be able to give us insights in the next days? Our principle investigator of namespace correlations is only available until the end of next week. So if you manage to get back to it before, it would make it much easier for us to evaluate :)
Waiting for the deep cat keyword to be implemented by the Discovery-Search team
Aug 14 2017
Aug 12 2017
Aug 10 2017
but the mock shows a comma for multiple entries :/
Even though those tabs don't let you choose namespaces?
They don't? I thought that profile = a bundle of namespaces? What is a profile then?
Aug 9 2017
In the current search interface, there are four option: Content articles, multimedia, everything and advanced. When you click on advanced, you get the table of all namespaces and can choose them individually. If we understand your query correctly, you only look at searches that have profile=advanced in the url. The first three options have other profiles though. For our need, we would need to have these searches included, too.
@mpopov Are we correct to assume that the numbers here only reflect what the users searched for when they clicked on "advanced" on SpecialPage:Search, but not if they clicked on "Content Pages", "Multimedia" or "Everything". If so, would it be possible to get the data with these searches included?
Should be reconsidered:
Aug 7 2017
fine with me!
Aug 4 2017
@Jan_Dittrich, I'm ok, as long as you are confident. Do you feel safe with such a change without any more user testing or would that mean another round of testing before it becomes a beta feature?
Aug 3 2017
@dcausse yes, that's what we are discussing :)
@dcausse thanks for your comment!
The reason why we asked the question is that we assumed that people who want to search in source often want to do to find specific things that are not visible in the text - and a lot of that is expressed with punctuation characters (such as comments, links, headings...).
Aug 2 2017
@EBernhardson could you help us with the question, why all greyspaces are ignored?
Aug 1 2017
Thanks @TTO !