Oct 25 2021
Jun 9 2021
Closing this, since there now is a maintained and well established tool for this: Locator-tool.
Sorry, wrong ticket.
May 26 2021
Fullfilled by https://langsamu.github.io/sparql-blockly/
May 10 2021
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Jul 29 2020
I see the issues that thiemo mentions. On the other side: People who comment on a talk page without using the : for indention are most likely users who are new or not very familiar to the syntax, while users who use special cases where they would not like to have the extra linefeeds are more likely advanced users. The advanced users will quickly understand what went wrong and know how to fix it. Users less familiar might however be confused and feel helpless. So maybe it's worth to risk worsening the experience for advanced users in rare cases when we therefore can improve the experience of new users in more common cases.
Jul 19 2020
Jul 17 2020
Can't reproduce anymore – seems to work. Maybe I screwed up something last week.
Jul 16 2020
I would suggest to add some kind of a threshold for the length under which the collapsing feature is disabled and the button not shown.
Jul 8 2020
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May 11 2020
It looks fine now. The only thing that is still weird: sometimes the icon is black like the others and sometimes it's blue. Maybe some CSS rule on the wikis global.css?
May 8 2020
Feb 6 2020
I think closing this is fine.
Feb 5 2020
In an short test I could not reproduce this anymore. (But might also be that I had different setup back then). I think the issue was, that some parts of the UI used absolute fontsize and others used relative sizes.
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May 19 2019
A usable prototype is available here: https://tools.wmflabs.org/blockyquery/
It still lacks some features, has some bug and must defnitely be improved in case of UX, but it demonstrates that it is possible. The code is available here: https://tools.wmflabs.org/blockyquery/ and can be improved.
Note: Neovim is available from the Debian stretch repos as package neovim.
May 17 2019
- Nudin or Nudin[m] on IRC or Matrix.
- Mail: schoenitzer at wikipedia.de
- Telegram: M Schönitzer
see parent ticket for contact infos
May 16 2019
I can share my knowledge and experience about Matrix/Riot! I just configured the wikidata-bridge to matrix a couple of days ago. Let's talk about that!
May 15 2019
May 8 2019
Apr 30 2019
I think we thought about this already in the past and decided against it for some reason?
This is an alternative to T222150
This is an alternative to T222149
Apr 26 2019
@thiemowmde feel free to close if you are sure enough that it's not about ZWNJ and Whitespace.
I'm not sure if it's caused by ZWNJ and Whitespace or if we lack the support for multiple versions matching to the same commons-parameter.
Apr 23 2019
Maybe it would be an option to work line-wise not paragraph-wise on discussion pages?
Another report: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Topic:Uvv6ty4nkqvzy0pt
Apr 10 2019
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Jan 18 2019
@stjn Yes, we are aware of this and will probably increase the level of protection in the future.
For now we want to leave it like this since at the moment the config pages for all the Communites have to be created and updated often. Also the format of the configs is likely to change in the beta-phase.
Jan 17 2019
Jan 9 2019
Suggestions for alternative Names by User:George Ho:
- "Hide the improved version of the Advanced Search interface" (similar to other "Hide the improved version of..." options)
- "Revert back to old version of the Advanced Search interface"?
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Nov 21 2018
@WMDE-Fisch: Sorry for the delay, I added my draft of the text above. It's still quite easy to change the text at any time, isn't it?
Nov 14 2018
Hi @Akhilam513, sorry for not being specific enough. This is not about the page-import (Special:Import) but about the file-import by the File-Importer-Extension currently being developed by Wikimedia Germany.