Program Officer at The Wikipedia Library.
Also User:Samwalton9 (WMF).
My suggestion: stick with just the bow, maybe even make the bow bigger. To further explain that resources are immediately available you could also have a tooltip/hover saying that when you hover over the icon.
Won't be pursuing this, in favour of having fully integrated search tools.
Future aim, for discussion.
Mockup done, implementing.
We're getting a new icon
Will need to be, at best, a semi-manual process.
Just an update that it's currently looking like we'd want to enable this around the end of October. Will update with a more specific date when known.
If I would change the shape of the books, I think we have to also update the shape of the book in the owl logo - is that possible? I really think they should be the same for consistency in brand/identity design.
Thanks for your interest @Prateekj117! As it turns out, we're currently working on a redesign of the homepage which won't include this activity feed, so I'm going to close this task. There are a number of other potential first tasks available so please take a look and see if there's something else you'd like to work on! https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/board/2765/query/rCNFr9ipmEnt/
For the record, I believe https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/cloud-announce/2019-September/000207.html might have been the culprit here.
We really like these! And yes, now that you've pointed out the distinction it sounds like this would be more of an icon than a logo :)
Hasn't come up again since the fix.
https://github.com/WikipediaLibrary/TWLight/blob/master/TWLight/applications/views.py#L976 is setting sent_by via request.user for Mark as Sent.
Tracing the issue back, instance.sent_by is correct via Mark as Sent, but None via individual application pages.
This is now live, though see discussions e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Administrators%27_noticeboard#Is_there_a_semi-automated_tool_that_could_fix_these_annoying_%22Cite_Web%22_errors?
Happening as part of a broader redesign of how we show users what they have access to.
do you have a set launch date, yet?
Don't seem to be able to reproduce this locally with the same partner name that's causing the error on production.
Reproduced - this error occurs when the user's language is set to something with non-ascii characters; the CSV header causes the error.
Hi @hdothiduc - hope you enjoyed Wikimania! Let me know if/what you need from me on this :)
So first I think we should present this as 'Your Collection' rather than 'Your Applications'. We should probably still keep a list of applications separately to the list of authorized resources; they're different concepts but both useful to link to in different ways. Perhaps we could have the full list of applications below the pagination, and visible whatever tab the user is on? Or it could be a separate page entirely?
You can now remove edits from tracking.
This should now be resolved via the admin bot which can create an unlimited number of accounts via the Dashboard.
Confirmed fixed at the db level. Still seeing encoding errors elsewhere.
Should be fixed, confirming.
Confirmed this is still occurring post-T227659 fix.
Very little interest in this today so probably won't continue working on it during this hackathon.
If anyone's interested in working on this, I'm currently at Table 8 in Hacking Space 1!
Is there any way we could proactively notify the community about this such that they could turn a setting off to avoid the notification? Maybe I'm overthinking it, I can just see the potential for a negative reaction, even if it is just a single notification. Do you have a sense of how receptive the community has been to new notifications in the past?
Ah I'm sorry I should have been clearer 😅
Where does List Applications have multiple partners?
We were doing a db query for every row in the dataset...
Thanks @Ottomata - will do!