Sorry, I've been (and I'm mostly am) away. I've tried to add you but https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/admin/groups/1715,info is self-owned, so I can't add you. Only @Soda can add you at this moment. If an admin (@tstarling ) could set the group to be owned by Gerrit Managers that'd be great. Thanks.
Tue, Dec 3
PBs not translated is not much of a concern IMHO for scowiki, given that all Scots speak English. MediaWiki is just at 18% translated for Scots. If they voted for partial blocks we should assume they knew what they were voting for. Of course encouraging them to translate MediaWiki further is not a bad idea either.
As I stated on T237101#5626664 this can be done directly by any of the current gerrit admins: https://tools.wmflabs.org/ldap/group/gerritadmin. The bottleneck here, I feel, is that we need more involvement with the current rights holders in monitoring both MediaWiki-Gerrit-Group-Requests and Gerrit-Privilege-Requests. Even regular mediawiki +2 requests are meant to be resolved within one week if there are no objections.
It looks like it also has other limitations that might make the plugin unusable in our install as well.
Fri, Nov 29
I think for python projects we just add tox-docker CI template. But the expert is @hashar :) Regards.
SIL states at https://iso639-3.sil.org/code/shy that the language name is Tachawit. I don't think we should be deviating from the standards unless the language name recorded at SIL is wrong, in which case SIL must be corrected first.
I am sorry for the late reply. I am not feeling well since some days ago. I took a quick look and found that the spamming issue you're having is the type of https://eu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topic:Vbqoovticibumddu. That complicates things a bit for me. If it were "classic" spam (insertion of external links, etc.) we could build some Spam Blacklist rules, but given that they're random users inserting random gibberish this has to be handled via AbuseFilter. I am not sure which approach would be best here, but @Daimona and @MusikAnimal are excellent abuse filter managers so I'm taking the liberty to ping them here to see if they can see if something can be done.
Sun, Nov 24
Hola. There are some solutions avalaible such as SpamBlacklist or AbuseFilter. I'll see if I can craft something for you later after seeing the vandalism/spam edits, unless anyone else want to. I have to leave for lunch now. Regards.
When I go to Special:Search at eo.wiktionary while logged in I see:
Sat, Nov 23
I made a task for CI. Not knowing the type of code that will be hosted makes me unable to decide which template would be the most appropriate.
Done. Created as operations/software/censorship-monitoring.
Fri, Nov 22
I'll take care. But the syntax of the command is wrong.
Wed, Nov 20
Done. Created at https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki-extensions-LDAPGroups.
@Aklapper re. point 3: @CCicalese_WMF above mentions that she does not want those extensions archived :) Agreed with the other two points in principle, but I shall check with more time tomorrow as it's late here.
Thank you all.
Hi there. Wiki database just created. Regards.
At risk of saying or repeating the obvious, FlaggedRevs needs a maintainer. It is a Wikimedia-deployed extension, and it is one which I'd categorise as critical in the maintenance/anti-vandalism sense of the word (as AbuseFilter, CheckUser, etc.). Would Core Platform Team be interested in adopting this?
Repository deletion has been proven a bit problematic recently so I'll just archive the repo for now.
As per your request, operations/software/netbox-extra.git was created on Gerrit (rOSNE operations-software-netbox-extra is a mirror).
I'm sorry, https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_URL_Shortener#Security states that "URL shortener only accepts links that are in WMF-based domains, so no external website can be linked". TranslateWiki is an external domain outside the control of Wikimedia.
Reclosing in favour of T238651.
For me the policy is not very clear, as it has not a definition of what is a privilege.