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@mfossati this sounds like a lot of work (parsing/regexing through the text, validating the URL(s), displaying an error message) for something that has very little possibility of actually happening, and very little negative impact if it does? Are we seeing issues with this somewhere?
Herald woke up and decided to tag our team on this one due to the WBMI tag, I think - given this only has to do with MCR itself and not any of our products, I'm gonna Boldly remove the tags.
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Aug 28 2023
Removing from Structured Data backlog because this seems to be reporting an issue against the app.
Aug 9 2023
I'm closing this ticket; it seems it's been in limbo for a long time and I'm not sure there's any specific task for our team to work on anyway. If there were a more specific request for a new API or to open up an existing API for tools, that might be a more useful or actionable task, but as of now I'd like to get this off our team's backlog because I don't see it as something we can reasonably work on.
Jul 26 2023
Jun 14 2023
Closing per discussion in estimation - the planning is done and Cormac will create tickets for the above mitigation strategies.
Jun 12 2023
May 3 2023
In estimation we decided that this should be limited, for the moment, to trying to re-run the job once. If you run into issues, report back here and we may need to re-estimate it.
n.b. in estimation meeting we surmised it's probably only a matter of changing [[ https://gitlab.wikimedia.org/repos/structured-data/image-suggestions/-/blob/T330773/image_suggestions/unillustratable.py#L243
|this ]] line of code to use the new types and inverting the logic. But there was a note of caution that it may be necessary to double-check the file extension list against what's supported/present.|
Apr 24 2023
More from @SimoneThisDot : "Advanced search uses OOUI components that stop the propagation of the click events, making it hard to listen to that event on other extensions. The only way to fix it is by coupling the two extensions."
Note this would probably be fairly difficult per an initial investigation, as a result I believe the team probably won't pursue it at this time.
Jan 10 2023
Approve as manager!