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It is weirdly hypocritical that you would say "disagreement is welcome" when 1) none of the complaints were addressed 2) you do not address developers on not following Gerrit best practices.
This is quite interesting, is there more information about this somewhere?
Disclosure: I'm part of the SPI team on enwiki.
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The very first question is whether the contribution is a good idea. If the contribution is not helpful or does not align with the direction and scope of the project, explain and provide feedback on better ideas.
Please do not use your -2 to enforce your choice like you did here: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/core/+/594826#message-8eec13afca3dbc093df195463c9bbf8cb415c91a (it's construed a misuse)
Do you think this should be done as a part of another command or included with what we have, something like the stackoverflow command?
Ideally, the bot should be triggered passively
By this, do you mean that the bot should somehow guess what responses require their help? Although it's possible, for example, the wh- words could be used as a trigger, it would also result in false positives for example if two people were conducting a conversation in a stream, the bot would begin interfering.
Another suggestion is to provide more info in the welcoming message
Yep, will do that. It was in the back of my mind for a while, I'll get to it. :) Thanks a lot.
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It's been open less than a week, let's wait the full week and if there's no opposes I'll file a patch.
Hmm, maybe they were automatically generated? I cannot find them on Commons, so there's that.
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Clearly not everyone likes the new change, but it's something that comes with it. It would be okay if there was an option but we don't, until then it should be reverted (or gain consensus). Personally, I want monospaced-font in both places but it is clear that a lot of people don't.