Fri, Jan 19
Based on results of this investigation, I've made a technical WIP at https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/405371 - it covers detecting and processing pings in summaries, but it needs a notification specification to be complete.
Thu, Jan 18
Will this be performed by User:Community_Tech_bot or a different bot?
This is easily reproduceable in PHP7 too if you put that test's code inside a loop. Observations:
- It doesn't happen if the executable is not outputting anything at the same time.
- When this happen, the script waits for a long time.
Ehm, the app is kinda still live: https://meta.wikimedia.org/WikipediaMobileFirefoxOS/
Wed, Jan 17
A previous attempt: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/5130/
Tue, Jan 16
Thu, Jan 11
Wed, Jan 10
Considering T184470: Rollback and clean up code from T178842 this can be closed?
You forgot all the Apple users, especially those on mobile who can't install an alternative browser. That's 23% of our traffic. Vorbis is an audio compression standard from the same generation as MP3. It might be slightly better but the difference is marginal and not worth taking the ability to play audio from one third of our readers.
Yes, just click revert on the aforementioned patches in Gerrit.
Just "patrolled by" is not sufficient because for non-automatic patrolling the timestamp is also important.
Tue, Jan 9
Yes. Don't bother to remove the messages from any language other than en and qqq - the rest will be removed by the TWN bot.
This isn't an RFC, it's an epic specifying the current work the Community Tech team is doing. I'm just removing the RFC tag.
Mon, Jan 8
Nothing we can do about PHP's behavior while Chrome will soon handle percent encoded fragments properly, which combined with Firefox already doing that means that we're covered for most of our supported browsers anyway.
Sat, Jan 6
No justification, no evidence of community interest, no point person to move this ahead.
Fri, Jan 5
Please don't repurpose existing tickets for new bugs. I tried to reproduce your report but there's not enough information. Please open a new bug with detailed information.
Thu, Jan 4
Not pursuing this anymore.
This extension has just been seriously overhauled, with emphasis on stability and lack of hackiness it had before. As a result, the parts of code reported here don't exist anymore. Unfortunately, the fixes require MW 1.31.
Wed, Jan 3
Tue, Jan 2
For Wikipedias and other high load projects, static frames are a must. I think we should just force it for all WPs and ditch per-wiki settings.