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Jun 16 2017
It is not only Twinkle that fails to get entries in the log, even manually added templates are not logged.
Why does https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Page_Curation#Log:Marked_for_Deletion say "This functionality works regardless of how the template is injected into the page" when it doesn't?
May 1 2017
Dec 17 2016
...and for new versions, why not use their proactive whitelisting service? It does not appear to cost anything.
I guess if it happens again then quoting them that tracking number should smooth the process of getting back on the whitelist
I have the following reply from Symantec
Dec 12 2016
No, but I have a tracking number (12200) and will follow it up in a couple of days if they don't reply
It may help if T105972 request for digital signature was resolved.
Aklapper changed the title from "Feature Request: Move log enhancement" to "Make the log also include the prior page name when moving a page"
Dec 11 2016
Just knowing that the page has been moved at all would be a good start. One does not always even know to go trawling through the history for the information. The log for the article can be completely empty even though it has been moved multiple times. The move is logged at the ''old'' title.
Dec 6 2016
Astonishing this is still open. I stopped using VE a year or two back because this and other problems made for an inefficient worklow. Still not time to give it another try I see.
Feb 4 2016
Yes, page moves are really cluttering that list on my contributions too. For the same reason, it would be handy if creation of redirects could optionally be omitted from the list.
Nov 13 2015
Aug 27 2015
I have tried this with Windows 7 in Firefox 40.0, Explorer 11, Chrome 44 and Tor browser, and with XP in Firefox 39, and Explorer 7 both logged out and logged in and with math preferences set to png and MathML for all combinations.
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Mar 31 2015
It is, in any case, quite perverse to want to keep secret that one does not receive communication by a particular method and have people uselessly try and make contact that way. It is a bit like having one's house phone removed because it is desired not to have communication directed to one's house, but then to insist the number stays in the phone book so no one knows the phone has been removed.
Feb 15 2015
Jan 15 2015
I think there should be a permanent record of the ping being sent in the notifications log. It is very easy to miss the transient "your edit was saved" message and one might only start thinking about missed pings after there is no reaction to one's post.
Jan 14 2015
Here is an attempted ping that was missed today by my notifications. The user did nothing obviously wrong to cause the ping to be missed. There is plenty of anecdotal evidence that this is happening regularly to other users.
Jan 13 2015
What may not be clear from the description is that the main issue here is over ping and mention notifications. These can be troublesome if they fail, and they often do fail for a variety of reasons. Often, it is failure on the part of the pinger meet all the requirements, but sometimes it is for inexplicable reasons, There is currently a discussion of the latter at Wikipedia Village Pump which will eventually be archived [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Village_pump_%28technical%29/Archive_133 here] (probably, or maybe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Village_pump_%28technical%29/Archive_133 here). Whatever the reasons for the delivery failure, the sender really needs some kind of confirmation that the notification has been sent.