Partnerships Coordinator for The Wikipedia Library.
Also User:Samwalton9 (WMF).
Updated with the citation example provided above, as well as a general pass to make sure everything was up to date.
Looks great! What happens, if anything, if you click the ... button? Assuming nothing, that should probably not be displayed as a button, but rather as ... with no border.
I can't speak to the arabic portions of the site, but from poking around it looks to be working well! Only thing I noticed was the "Hi [username]" greeting in the top right isn't displaying properly for me on my staff account, because it ends with a close bracket. It reads !(Hi, Samwalton9 (WMF. Seeing the same thing on partner pages with :(Language(s. Suspect the latter isn't really an issue, because it should be translated, but usernames won't be.
For anyone interested in testing, you can make any number of actions or applications on staging, the site is purely for testing.
No longer useful as a container task.
May or may not be desirable given the additional translation workload.
Probably best to do this by integrating a more comprehensive reporting tool and stopping use of django-requests as a way of counting pageviews.
Only applicable to an inactive partner right now.
See T198414, where this resulted in an issue again.
See T115224 for a related task.
Thanks for raising this! Looks like we copied the content from one of the old signup pages on-wiki and didn't do a good enough job of removing markup or making sure the citation was still up to date!
Will fix on Monday, and update tests accordingly!
I was having some issues sshing to an instance in this project, despite being able to connect to bastion and other project instances with no problem.
This is an issue that is, as far as I understand, going to require more or less a complete rewrite of the tool - it wasn't built to handle the now millions of tracked hashtags, so databases queries are taking a prohibitively long time and causing it not to load.
Looks like this got fixed during T179819.
We should also find those mockups.
Re-scoped. The only 'interested parties' are the applicant and the coordinator. Almost no one else can even see the application. But we do want to notify coordinators of comments.
@Aklapper Could you remove the Security flag please? Not sure what's going on above.
Another solution or component could be allowing users to list the languages they're comfortable conversing in. This would help coordinators explain/send instructions in an understandable way.