Tue, May 21
Wed, May 15
It's possible we can get rid of these messages entirely. It seems to be down to a config wgCiteVisualEditorOtherGroup = true, which I don't understand why we have at all. It might be a legacy thing we can get rid of?
The good news this only effects wikis with wgCiteVisualEditorOtherGroup = true, which as far as I can tell is only the case on mediawiki.org and not in any other wiki, including non of the Wikipedias.
@Esanders did this change recently I think?
Fri, May 10
Or perhaps we should have just refractored the existing keys in other
languages in the source...
Ah, that's not ideal - I'm afraid that's perhaps an issue with
translatewiki? Unfortunately it seems that if a key is changed, it's marked
for re-translation rather than moved.
They've just been renamed so they can just be copied over exactly... not
sure if that's what you're asking?
Thu, May 9
This is because it has been incorrectly configured; there is no template data in the cite web template. I've temporarily disabled it.
Wed, May 8
The cs1 module on en wiki recently changed to sniff these templates in the page. This is a better approach than doing it from inside ve anyway :).
Thu, May 2
Tue, Apr 30
Is there a way to at least disable the link on namespaces that aren't supported? It's pretty confusing to have the link there and have it be a dead link :).
Wed, Apr 24
(Wikis with automatic tab disabled)
Ah never mind, looks like it'll make the cut without cherry picking?
Apr 23 2019
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Apr 3 2019
Also this won't affect group 1, only some wikis in group 2
I've found an example of a Wikipedia where deploying the previous change without this fix will disable citoid, so I think it should be cherry picked to the previous cut once merged:
I checked this locally, and the merged change disables citoid even if the automatic tab is correctly configured. I don't think this is the correct behaviour; if neither are configured, it should be de-registered, but not cite tools missing alone: it should also check that Mediawiki:Citoid-template-type-map.json doesn't exist as well.
Apr 2 2019
Both zotero and citoid can't verify the https certificate but the browser can: https://github.com/zotero/translation-server/issues/101
I've now deployed a fix that no longer splits the authors, and just puts them all in the "last" field. So in terms of how it's rendered with most citation templates, it looks a lot better. However this is a bit hacky, so I'm leaving this open for right now. It will continue to leave in parts of the author name that we don't necessarily want, like the birth date in parens.
Apr 1 2019
Citoid no longer split names by default. But in the particular case you mention, you'll still see the same result, as zotero does this and I think it's not possible to change their minds about this as default behaviour, so I guess in that sense it's also partially declined...
Mar 30 2019
Awesome! There's a slight delay with no loading animation in between when the barcode app closes and when the isbn gets inserted that is just a little too long for no feedback on my phone... is there any way to make that pending? And also, when you press back after denying camera access, you get an empty dialog. But yes ship it :D.
Mar 29 2019
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Mar 21 2019
@Jdforrester-WMF you said elsewhere this was resolved?
Mar 18 2019
This is now deployed.