My conscious is a jukebox
I think it makes sense to allow admins to undo reviews. So if you are viewing English Wikipedia CopyPatrol, and you're an admin on English Wikipedia, you can undo reviews there, but not for other languages on CopyPatrol.
This first checks if they are blocked on the wiki they're trying to patrol, and then checks if OAuth reported them as being blocked. I think this is safe... they login with Meta so if they are blocked there they probably shouldn't be trusted to use CopyPatrol.
To me "worthy" still roughly means they "have skills that make it likely that they will do a good job", but I agree it is odd wording. Not sure what an appropriate alternative is... suggestions welcome! :)
This feature already exists: https://xtools.wmflabs.org/articleinfo/de.wikipedia.
I've added GlobalPreferences and CodeMirror. I let Pastakhov know about the latter, and asked if he wanted to be added as a maintainer.
It looks like we also need a redirect for MediaWiki-extensions-GlobalPreferences to MediaWiki-extensions-GlobalPreferences, so that the template will work at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Developers/Maintainers
I've created T178649
I think we got this mostly setup: http://wm-bot.wmflabs.org/dump/%23wikimedia-commtech.htm
Thu, Oct 19
Based on the wireframes, here's my proposed schema:
-- -- Represents a group of events, with its own title. -- CREATE TABLE /*_*/program ( -- Primary key. program_id INT unsigned NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTO_INCREMENT,
Ha, I just fixed this (f53c157)!! It will be deployed soon :)
Thanks. I'm not sure how the SUL finalization or importing edits works, but for the record:
MariaDB [dewiki_p]> SELECT user_id FROM user WHERE user_name = 'Jossi2'; +---------+ | user_id | +---------+ | 43038 | +---------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec)
Fixed with b62b2fe and will go out with the next deploy.
If you really didn't edit that article, than it was indeed probably an issue with the SUL finalization, and not with XTools.
Wed, Oct 18
Tue, Oct 17
Yeah I agree it may seem like a bit of a misnomer. "Automated Edits" should probably say "Automated Edits Counter", as that is what it does.
I think this is a similar situation as T178434. The AutoEdits tool is only showing mainspace contributions by default. If you check it for all namespaces, you have a total of 5,235 AFCH edits: https://xtools.wmflabs.org/autoedits/en.wikipedia.org/KylieTastic/all
The thought is that people want to see non-automated edits, because often the use of (semi-)automated tools makes these hard to identify. Beyond the ambiguity, is there a use-case for wanting to see just the automated edits?
The edit counter is showing you counts for all namespaces, whereas the AutoEdits tool by default shows counts just for the mainspace.
@Urbanecm There is now an Admin Stats API: http://xtoolsproject.org/en/stable/api/project.html#admin-statistics
At least in my workflow, when I click on a red link, I almost always just want to see the log and not actually recreate the page. I realize this is a MediaWiki thing (adding action=edit to red links) and not VE/NWE, but I thought I'd comment.
PR approved, merged and deployed