@Nehajha: Have you submitted your proposal in the Outreachy system? If not, you need to do that ASAP. I do not see your name in the list I got from the organizers.
Mon, Oct 16
December 1 to December 8 Upgrade all the required libraries to their latest stable version, remove the unused ones for scholarship as well as iegreview
@Huji In order to do this, you first need to do T174492: Log unsuccessful login attempts in CheckUser. I suggest you claim that one first.
This just got more sinister -
Using Firefox on English Wikipedia, I am able to type in the Edit summary box with CodeMirror enabled, but when I click on one of the character insert buttons (provided by the CharInsert gadget, IIRC), as I do with most of my edit summaries to get the "→" character (as in: "somethng" → "something"), it always inserts into the article edit box even when when focus is in the Edit summary box
Thu, Oct 12
It would be good to have the ticket numbers reflected in the deliverables table otherwise it's hard to figure out what exactly is being talked about.
Probably. Here's what I see -
We should gather statistics about the number of successful-login notifications people would be receiving if enabled globally.
Wed, Oct 11
Sorry for my very delayed response. This ticket got lost among my notifications somehow. :(
The formatting for the proposal is a little off. Headings are usually wrapped in = signs. For example, == <heading> == or === <heading-smaller> ===.
I didn't have in data in my app setup so I added a new campaign but I couldn't access it. I got the following error -
Thanks @IKhitron. We'll keep investigating.
Thu, Oct 5
Wed, Oct 4
I understand the notion of having a consistent editing experience, but in my opinion, the disadvantages far outweigh the few, if any, advantages we might get out of this. Ace editor catches errors which we use to prevent the user from saving incorrect JS/CSS. CodeMirror can possibly do that but the amount of work that will go into doing this doesn't seem to be worth the few aesthetic improvements we will get out of this.
Don't you see Ace/Code editor on those pages? (https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:CodeEditor)
Tue, Oct 3
I added two more microtasks. Feel free to claim one, @Dharavihol.
Mon, Oct 2
Build has FAILED
Link to build: https://integration.wikimedia.org/ci/job/phabricator-jessie-diffs/723/
See console output for more information: https://integration.wikimedia.org/ci/job/phabricator-jessie-diffs/723/console
Sun, Oct 1
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Fri, Sep 29
@Strainu can you tell me more about the hook? Where's it running? In some extension?
Oh, do you know where that discussion was? I'd be interested in reading it. Not sure how much work needs to be done for upgrading it to Slim 3 but that can be investigated. I know that CopyPatrol, Grants review app and Wikimania scholarships app all use Slimapp.
Wed, Sep 27
I still cannot reproduce the problem.
I believe this has rolled out.
Tue, Sep 26
Thu, Sep 21
Wed, Sep 20
I can't reproduce either. @Fomafix are you sure this patch is causing the problem? Does it work fine without this patch? Is could possibly be a gadget or user script interfering with CodeMirror. Please use ?safemode=1 while testing this. Thanks.
Tue, Sep 19
Got it. Thanks. Having the preference for watchlist page grouping under 'Recent changes' is unintuitive IMO. It should live under 'Watchlist' preferences.
Where is the 'Grouped by page' option?
Mon, Sep 18
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Sep 14 2017
The patch above does what Ed explained. Using contenteditable mode and turning on spellcheck. It's not fully reliable. Sometimes the red underlines vanish after typing and reappear after you move your cursor to it etc. This is because of CodeMirror's constant re-rendering of content in the textarea. See https://github.com/codemirror/CodeMirror/pull/4113#issuecomment-239779754
@Aklapper Yes. It should be a subproject.
I never subscribed to those because they felt like team-specific lists. Wikitech-l is probably the most widely read tech list we have. So that's always a good one to send important technical announcements to.
I joined the Ops list now though.
Sep 13 2017
@RobH Thanks. I'm not on the Ops mailing list. Maybe Wikitech-l is a better venue for changes as drastic as this one.