May 29 2019
May 22 2019
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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Feb 6 2019
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"?
Dec 5 2018
Dec 3 2018
Nov 25 2018
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.
Nov 13 2018
@TheDJ yes this issue still exists.
Nov 4 2018
Oct 31 2018
Oct 26 2018
Works for me too. Maybe browser specific? @Lea_WMDE You're testing on which browser?
I assume the confirmation-promt ist behind the fullscreen-plane. (Wrong z-index)
Oct 23 2018
Oct 17 2018
Oct 16 2018
@Lea_WMDE: Not sure what you mean. I'm talking about the edit-mode. There the textarea is always 6 lines high:
Note: maybe this is already the case but just not for the simulation-page!?
Oct 6 2018
Sep 26 2018
@Pikne The communities are free to set up the configs as they want! This ticket is to make sure the new change is reflected in the configurations where the community has not yet started taking care of the configs.
The idea is also to remove GFDL from the list of "good"-templates, but not add it to the "bad"-templates. This way they can be still moved to commons if they are marked with any other "good"-template – so one could also have a template "Suitable for commons" (several wikis have this already) that if present allows to move the file but will be automatically removed from the wikitext by the fileimporter.
Sep 19 2018
Aug 23 2018
This has been deployed and is enabled in all Wikis. Please note that wikitext diffs are cached for up to 7 days. Therefore it might take a few days until old diffs get regenerated.
Aug 20 2018
Maybe horizontal lines could mark the point where the diff is split?
Aug 15 2018
So, the namespace does exist and it does contain entries.
But searching it seems not to work. Maybe this is the reason it's hidden in the default search?
Jul 31 2018
Jul 24 2018
@Lea_WMDE There was an alternative suggestion from the community, to implement a fallback to using the configs of enwiki if none are found. The background is that a lot of (but not all) small wikis import the templates from enwiki as an start. link
Jul 21 2018
@Lea_WMDE Can't reproduce it anymore, seems fixed.