Program Officer at The Wikipedia Library.
Also User:Samwalton9 (WMF).
We're going to have a chat about how/when is best to roll this out - we're right around the corner from changing the mode of access for most of our content. As such, delaying the rollout for a few months might be a good idea. I'll confirm.
Does this mean the notifications are now live?!
@Mh-3110 What difficulty are you having in regards to logging in as a superuser? You should be able to create a new one by doing docker-compose exec twlight /venv/bin/python manage.py createsuperuser. Alternatively, after logging in for the first time, run docker-compose exec twlight /app/bin/virtualenv_example_data.sh and this will both add example data to the tool and make your account a superuser.
@Mh-3110 Please see:
Aditya is working on a more thorough fix
Ok this time when I applied for multiple partners I got the expected server error for a UnicodeDecodeError...
Noting here that our tests should almost certainly include partners with non-ascii names so that things like this get caught.
I thought I'd managed to reproduce this by attempting to apply to multiple partners at https://wikipedialibrary.wmflabs.org/applications/request/, with one of them as Érudit. That said, that provided a ERROR: Number of partners found does not match number of IDs provided error instead. Confusing.
Reported again today by User:Zapte. It's not obvious to me where the decoding issue is.
https://github.com/WikipediaLibrary/hashtags/pull/31 is now merged and the MVP for this project is complete + live!
Looks good to me, thanks!
https://stream.wikimedia.org/ seems to be down again?
Looks like this corresponded to the following traceback: