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Stalled until notedb is supported in the plugin.
I am not sure what the key is on windows / linux maybe ctrl + A but on the mac it's FN + A that opens the dialog where you write replies but also the one that adds reviewers.
Mon, Aug 13
Change has been merged but this does not auto close this revision.
Sat, Aug 11
Duplicate of T189182 ?
“Ready for review"” can be set by project members now
Fri, Aug 10
Thu, Aug 9
Oh sorry that I didn’t respond. Sorry that I was wrong or caused spam. Must be something else then?
Wed, Aug 8
Im guessing this problem is the new anti vandalism stuff.
Tue, Aug 7
Yup sure :)
Yup i think so.
I have this set https://github.com/miraheze/mw-config/blob/master/LocalWiki.php#L59 and this is my mathoid config https://github.com/miraheze/puppet/blob/master/modules/mathoid/files/config.yaml
Mon, Aug 6
2.16 does include that feature :)
We can wait if you want?
@greg PolyGerrit has been made the default UI as of 2.16. David O (upstream) has a change to remove gwtui (https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/c/gerrit/+/116790), but wants to keeps gwtui for at least one more release so 3.0 could possibly be the release marked for GWTUI removal.
- This is set through a cookie so it's per browser.
Sun, Aug 5
Sat, Aug 4
Also this https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/c/gerrit/+/191610 has just been uploaded, that will help new users.
After forcing a cache refresh it seems to have worked.
Fri, Aug 3
@CCicalese_WMF 1.26.0 should fix your issue (it was fixed in that release)
@CCicalese_WMF hi, did you update to git-review 1.26.0?
Well for starters having just screenshots of the old ui and none for the new ui. Will confuse a new user more.
the old ui screen shots can be removed when ever upstream removes it (and we update to that version) :).
I've updated some of the screenshots to have both the old ui and new ui.
Thu, Aug 2
I've updated some of those screenshots to include polygerrit. Including the extra expand diff view (you don't have to go inside the diff to view it).
I got approval (after speaking with releng).
I think i found the problem. It is because of wgSVGMetadataCutoff.
@saper did you test that against stretch?
I get this error:
Tue, Jul 31
We should also make the group own its self.
You can use this api https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/Documentation/rest-api-changes.html#apply-fix i think (I'm not sure where the rest api is to suggest changes though)
This has been resolved now :).
We could add the user to this https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/admin/groups/119,members group which will grant them "create repos" and "create groups" rights in addition to other rights.
Closing as resolved as 2.15.3 should have resolved most of these issues with only the admin being able to unmark wips :)
PolyGerrit's change view is getting a minor redesign on top of the one already done in 2.16.
Mon, Jul 30
jenkins-bot does not need to be in cc to be able to run the tests.
Sun, Jul 29
I found where are problem was, caused by a configuration error.
Fri, Jul 27
Nope, can decline it for now.
i also see
Thu, Jul 26
Wed, Jul 25
pnmtojpeg: command not found
When I built that, I didn’t think about the rest api could be different heh.
Tue, Jul 24
Mon, Jul 23
if you were to clone the repo from GitHub and then changed the .git config file to point to the gerrit repo and push then yes it would overwrite the data (i think)
Was that repo imported from another repo (hosted else where?) if yes, then importing will overwrite i think.
Did someone force push? I see this https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/plugins/gitiles/mediawiki/extensions/CreatedPagesList/+/6339e603fbc15c49b0c6b298aa241dc6fe7f0684 which was force push as it dosen't have a change id.
Sun, Jul 22
Sat, Jul 21
We are importing from a import a user gave us to import. Just found that import> prefix to be weird.