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- Oct 24 2018, 4:41 PM (37 w, 6 d)
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Jun 3 2019
We've almost finalised 3:00 PM, 10th June.
Mar 5 2019
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Jan 27 2019
Jan 21 2019
We have received your trip preferences and it is clear that July is a very bad month due to exams for a very large number of you so we have decided to go back to what we have been doing for the last few years and have 2 trips in June again.
The two new, final date options are June 10-13 and June 24-27.
We plan to send you an email with your confirmed trip dates by February 1st.
Jan 11 2019
Jan 9 2019
Per mail from Stephanie,
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@Urbanecm In proportion to number of tasks maybe 😁
Dec 31 2018
Dec 30 2018
PHP's not my strong suit, sorry.
Line number 517 of includes/upload/UploadBase.php in mediawiki/core as well as surrounding lines seem to be relevant.
Am interested in claiming this once requirements/details are clearer.
It might be intentional though.
Dec 28 2018
Dec 25 2018
I wrote a shell script to semi-automate this.
Dec 18 2018
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Dec 15 2018
Seems to be broken on master at the moment. Also, the watch interface on /ticket/watch/51 is strange (as pointed out by @Urbanecm).
Dec 13 2018
For the record, I requested in #freenode that someone whitelist wikibugs from Sigyn in #wmcz-tracker. @niko replied with "shreyasminocha: it's done".
Have already got wikibugs exempt from Sigyn on #wmcz-tracker as pointed out by the comments in both .yaml files. Unfortunately, I don't have a log of the conversation.
Dec 12 2018
Consider looking into EditorConfig as I mentioned on IRC.
Had abandoned on GCI. Sorry :(
Was fixed during GCI.
Dec 11 2018
Dec 9 2018
Dec 8 2018
Try grunt lint instead. You can always go through a project's Gruntfile.js and see which of the tasks listed towards the end you wish to run.
Dec 7 2018
Dec 6 2018
Dec 4 2018
Will re-claim once I complete my current GCI task (unless someone beats me to it of course).
Dec 3 2018
Per npm audit, there are 4 "high" vulnerabilities (with 44 "moderate" and 11 "low").
Nov 30 2018
@Nathan_fraignt was just letting you know :)
@Nathan_fraignt the return value of the custom order functions can be rewritten as a simple subtraction because Array.sort's comparison function expects a positive integer (rather than only +1) if a > b, and similarly for a < b. Just FYI :)
Nov 29 2018
I'll try to work on this.
Nov 25 2018
Nov 24 2018
I've added grunt lint. Now either you could create several tasks ("Fix lint errors ...."), create a single task, or I could try fixing this as a non-GCI contribution. Your call.
@rafidaslam sincere apologies for not un-claiming it here after abandoning it on the GCI interface.