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Statanalyser seems to be affected, as it did not run this morning.
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To be clear, you want to get some sort of "added_lines" feed (not "added_edits") feed from which projects.
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/data/project paths are specific to each Cloud VPS project, so you can't access the home dir of a Toolforge tool directly from a Cloud VPS instance
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@rook One more thing - is it possible to increase the disk limit to ~200 GB? This is because I did not know that I cannot access Toolforge data from Cloud VPS (Wikitech didn't give any such indication), and while my data is highly compressible, I need the initial temporary space to hold them. Apologies for reopening again (I didn't know whether I should have created a new request instead).
Jan 10 2023
@rook That's fine.
Jan 7 2023
I have managed to optimise my code so that it now runs with ~20-23 GB of memory. However this still runs into Toolforge issues; is there a way around that? I see that Cloud VPS has a 36 GB RAM instance which should be enough.
Nov 10 2022
Is there an update to this request?
Nov 3 2022
However, it sounds like the toolforge environment is working for you, apart from the memory limitations.
Nov 1 2022
I would encourage you to profile the application and make sure it's acting as you expect
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Jun 27 2021
@Zabe It seems that you have assigned the removal of flood from self to WIkisource, not Wikibooks. Also with that change you can safely remove add/remove flood from 'crats.
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Jun 19 2021
How about giving this to autoconfirmed users instead of creating an entirely new group with such limited scope?
Jun 6 2021
My response above was to MarcoAurelio, but will supply a response to JEumerus' question below.
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You should also include WSL (by dual-booting the iMac/Macbook Air). That's a killer Windows 10 feature that I think is being underreported.
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Going bold, anyone can feel free to revert if people think my action is inappropriate. I can't, in good faith, allow a proposal that has not been discussed beforehand and raises so many questions.
Why is such a drastic change not widely announced? I've never heard of this plan before today. At the very least you have got to be informing every community with an active bureaucrat. I would support allowing bureaucrats to verify 2FA - that should be a no-brainer. Such a ridiculous proposal with no notice...
May 9 2021
For the record, it works properly when trying to rename the same user globally (returns an error saying that "you cannot rename yourself"). The problem is only local.
May 5 2021
May 3 2021
Some notes (as requested at #wikimedia-cloud)
May 1 2021
Not UBN level, especially when it's just a logo.
Apr 30 2021
Plus, how did https://sysop-it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pagina_principale get approved in that case (in 2020) (https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T256545)? I would argue that no WMF-based NDA information occurs there, and it does feel like differential treatment when compared to this request.
Apr 29 2021
The username of the first account on the private wiki should be Acagastya, with email email@example.com.
Some context: Wikinews requires a significant amount of off public wiki discussion for things like reviewing (they have a rigorous process before an article gets published; an actual workflow involves sharing private audio details with other reviewers during an interview). In the past they used to run an independent private wiki http://www.wikinewsie.org/wiki, which was operated by an admin whose heart has stopped for over 6 months. Now, when discussing on IRC, they've expressed a desire to host a private wiki on WMF servers. I've hence filed a request on their behalf, and @Acagastya can confirm if needed.
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I don't see a problem personally; this user is clearly trusted.
Apr 19 2021
@Aklapper Sorry, saw this only now. I've merged them.
Mar 29 2021
Loginwiki is also a source - some stewards reported ~20000 IP checks just on that wiki per year, which if you ask me (as a non-steward) is ridiculously high.