Mon, Mar 9
@Prtksxna True, but we don't use the time limit for that purpose. The only reason we would use a shorter time limit in the current tool is if we run a check on an IP address or range, and get the error that there were more than 5000 edits within the 90 day window. (In fact, the current log doesn't even show what time limit we chose.)
Wed, Mar 4
Thanks for the discussion. I unfortunately am not able to log in to Gerrit, due to an issue with my account. My understanding is that it isn't possible to fix. Please email me privately with any other questions about that.
Feb 28 2020
Ah, I see, thanks. New patch 0001 is the same as the above, but with the dist/ files updates. New patch 0002 also collapses multiple level equivalences, which I don't know if it's required but it might be clearer for reviewers.
Feb 27 2020
Good point. I have attached a patch which uses a python script to collect the confusables.txt data and add it in to the equivset database. The patch is against https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/source/Equivset/repository/master/. Several notes:
Feb 21 2020
I don't know if you have any data on how often the 5000 result limit in the current tool is hit, my personal experience is that it's fairly common particularly for mobile IP ranges. If that limit was brought even lower per IP range, e.g. if only the last 1000 edits from an IP range were considered, I think that would be a significant degradation.
Feb 17 2020
Feb 6 2020
Test comment, had notifications off...
Jan 4 2020
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Dec 22 2019
I'm told in T241318 that administrators cannot view the content of deleted css/js pages. So, is it a bug that I can see those edits in Special:DeletedContributions and Special:RevisionDelete?
Dec 16 2019
Huh? I just tested this with an edit where the username was suppressed. Without &unhide=1, I see "(Username or IP removed)". With &unhide=1, I see the IP address. Adding the link would not be redundant, it would be the only way to get to the diff view or revision view with the suppressed content revealed.
Nov 23 2019
Some more digging: wmf is on version 1.3.0 of https://packagist.org/packages/wikimedia/equivset#1.3.0 . So I guess this is a request to deploy equivset 1.4.0.