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Nov 27 2019
I'm happy to say problems you describe don't exist 🙂. After a day of finding weird security bugs (in other companies) I'm happy to report this works as expected 😎.
Nov 21 2019
I understand that position on adding properties, but normally when something is not standardized its kind of experimental. When it's experimental and can change the name can still be different etc... But that is different here. The property worked everywhere from ages. It will not change. It is already implemented. So there are simply no risks of change.
To my knowledge using SVG in background image is safe. At least in that script will not be executed in that context. So the browsers actually does the check for you. You can do weird things (like fa* tags for graphic filters), things that can be heavy for users, but not strictly unsafe. At least not to my knowledge.
Nov 19 2019
If we allow forking these to user css/json/js pages, when merging back there could be edit conflicts considering another edit could have been merged and the user didn't pull. How would you suggest keeping a fork to user namespace be kept up to date, might need to keep track of diff changes - this gets complicated?
Nov 17 2019
I think what is needed is forking, not branching.
May 18 2019
Hi. I just fixed my tool on toolforge, but... Am I correct to assume that actor_user is null only for anonymous actors (IP)?
Apr 26 2019
Mar 6 2019
BTW. Might be a good idea to also add a link to skip the diff and go directly to the contents of the article (if someone doesn't have time to review changes).
Screen from some random article that awaits flagging
Feb 3 2018
Nov 25 2017
Original author of this request explicitly stated that "Wikimedia software does not allow external links; presumably for spam reasons; however, if the link is internal, it should be allowed (just as wikilinks are allowed)".
Oct 19 2017
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Feb 21 2017
I see this differently. Note that I'm using regexp. So when I match "(.+)" I get a selection on a link with quotes around it so parentheses should match HTML/wikicode that contains the link. In other words - $1 should contain markup equivalent of [[blah]]. If that would be possible to do you would get following cases:
Edited to correct two things:
Feb 18 2017
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Nov 5 2016
I'm saying this happens very often on many pages. It's just not happening every time.
Nov 2 2016
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Jun 4 2016
This is caused by the fact that Resource Loader broken compatibility with old scripts (mostly because making order of custom scripts completely unpredictable). This is supposed to be fixed with Gadgets 2.0 also allowing creation of custom (user) gadgets. I'm not sure when is this coming and if it will deliver...
Jan 18 2016
OK, that seems to work now (also for new graphs), so probably temporary as you said.