Fri, Jul 19
It looks like the endpoint we're using to get languages for articles in the main namespace doesn't return languages for user talk pages.
Thu, Jul 18
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Fri, Jul 12
This is the object we're using to register InteractionHandler and receive interaction messages: https://github.com/wikimedia/wikipedia-ios-lite/blob/55ba227f2db2a9a815319d032d6129ea75669481/lite/WKUserScripts/InteractionSetupUserScript.swift#L3
@bearND Unfortunately, no. iOS is doing all the decoding of JS messages and I'm just getting a dictionary with the result. There's no way for me to get raw JS and implement decoding on my own on the native side.
Thu, Jul 11
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Fri, Jul 5
Server fix is live, moving to QA
Looks good on iOS
The API response for that day (tickets filed on 07/01/2019) didn't include a featured article - https://de.wikipedia.org/api/rest_v1/feed/featured/2019/07/01 ("tfa") even though German Wikipedia did feature an article on that day https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Hauptseite/Artikel_des_Tages/Chronologie_2019 ("01.07.2019 Kerala").
Tue, Jul 2
Fri, Jun 28
This seems to be happening for languages with non-latin scripts. iOS is giving us a wrong url - instead of giving us a url with the correct language, it gives us a url with the 1st preferred language with latin script. I tested Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.
See https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T226762. This should be retested after the server fix is deployed.
Thu, Jun 27
Adding iOS for tracking
Wed, Jun 26
FYI the paginated view is not built-in ☹️ it's custom
Tue, Jun 25
Jun 21 2019
OTRS users are also reporting single articles being stuck downloading (as in, 1 reading list with 1 article)
Jun 20 2019
Jun 19 2019
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Jun 14 2019
If user upgrades the app before the deadline, would we want to restore the previous stack or start fresh?
Jun 13 2019
Jun 12 2019
@chelsyx thanks for testing! It should be fixed when this gets merged https://github.com/wikimedia/wikipedia-ios/pull/3124
Let me know if you come across any other bugs
Jun 11 2019
Sounds good @chelsyx, I'll log the newrevid with success events and drop the current id from other events 👍
@chelsyx every article has a revision ID - it changes when an article changes. Do you want to log it only when it changes (edit saved)?
Jun 10 2019
@bearND on iOS, it's not used by itself so it's not needed right now. We pass that preference when we create a page - https://github.com/wikimedia/wikipedia-ios/blob/a6e456d797732fda9eb362cab9691ff23fef7ad3/Wikipedia/Code/WebViewController.m#L316