I'm from Finland and I can speak Finnish and English (I'm not very good in it).
For more information about me, see User:Stryn on Meta-Wiki.
Of course you can't link to French Wikipedia just by adding [[ːfrːSusan N. Herman|Susan N. Herman]].
It doesn't work either on Meta-Wiki or Wikidata. You need a add a project prefix when linking to different project, here it would be "w" (means Wikipedia).
your script is good, but it doesn't always give a "lock all" link in header ( for example here: https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Steward_requests/Global&oldid=18284165#Global_lock_for_socks_of_Avoided_(or_an_impostor) because there is text before the account list ) and always requires a new header to work.
Is the only thing wrong with this the fact that the last two lines should not be there?
I was hoping
would do the trick, but it prints:
In 2013 there was some RfC-like vote at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimania_project_domain
I created a video to show the problem (https://youtu.be/2akrQGSWSUY).
I think it's possible with a template too,
Template:LockHide could be modified so that in can include many usernames:
Also occurs to me and reported on the Finnish Wikipedia:
It came with the latest Firefox.
Checked in betalabs
- users that had New filters as beta feature before won't see the intro popup - according to the specs
I've never used ReFill. I don't have 2017 wikitext editor enabled.
Oh sorry, apologize!
I thought they had exactly the same title and description.
Sounds like it's related to T199216
Yes, earlier it showed me the original name, and I expect always see the original name in suggestions, not incorrect forms that are redirects. For example when I write articles, I many times use the search suggestions to copy the correct form (I don't know how to type "Đ" letter [Novak Đoković], so it's easy to copy from the suggestions). Now when I see only Novak Djokovic, whick is a redirect, it slows down my work writing articles.
This is very important for stewards.
See also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Village_pump_(technical)#Issue_with_auto-patrol? (new pages not marked as patrolled/reviewed) and https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Stryn#Autopatrol
Hmm, what is happening? Earlier I get an email "1 Wikipedia Library applications await your review" when a new application was sent.
In June there is a new application, but I didn't get any email. Is there some setting already that I need to turn on or T161821 is not working anymore?
My issue was not a login related notification, but "You just made your first edit; thank you, and welcome!" on https://login.wikimedia.org when I created there a common.js page for myself. Then I deleted the page, restored, but could not turn off the notification. After 6 months I restored the page (https://login.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3ALog&type=delete&user=Stryn&page=&year=&month=-1&tagfilter=&hide_patrol_log=1&hide_tag_log=1) and marked the notification as read and finally it was gone. So I don't have this problem anymore.
Finnish Wikipedia also twice (1 on two different village pumps), but well let it be then.
It's now mentioned twice on Wikidata project chat:
Not all it seems, but at least guc, https://petscan.wmflabs.org/ and https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Mix%27n%27match/Manual#Widar_tool_not_available
Actually all tools on wmflabs.org are down.
[22:47] hoo Sagan: Done
[22:47] -->| StewardBot (tools.stew@wikimedia/bot/StewardBot) has joined #wikimedia-stewards
Hi, I'm going to inform Finnish projects right now
Ok, so more popups :(
Today I tried to revert again (https://meta.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk%3ASteward_requests%2FUsername_changes&type=revision&diff=18098466&oldid=18092636) and didn't get the error, strange...
For me it looks normal on srwikipedia, maybe you have some gadget enabled which does that?
You can check if it's related to script or gadgets by following the instructions here: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Locating_broken_scripts#Test_if_you_have_problems_related_to_user_scripts_or_gadgets
They are working on it.
Duplicate of T195323 ?
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@Stryn Did you order that translatable page to be deleted multiple times?
Just once, and just like always before.
They mean the Flagged Revision extension. They just opened a new voting at https://az.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vikipediya:K%C9%99nd_meydan%C4%B1#Patrul but as Samral says there they already have gained consensus in 2016. (also https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requests_for_comment/Flagged_revisions_deployment#Request_from_Azerbaijani_wikipedia).
I think no, because stewards can lock only on Meta-Wiki.
Sounds like this.
I can confirm. ^
Ok, I created now https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Stryn/test1.
When I click delete it opens https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:PageTranslationDeletePage/User:Stryn/test1
This is one of reasons why admins possible don't want to use 2017 wikitext editor. The link to see the deleted edits is very important, so please fix this.
The documentation also says that "This may be overridden by the use of the namespaces option". So if you use the namespaces option at the same time, the mode option loses it's purpose.
Abusefilter warning messages are broken also on the Finnish Wikipedia
It is a local gadget https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Gadget-InterProjectLinks.js
If you disable it in your gadgets (it's called there "Lägg till länkar till andra projekt i vänstermenyn") there are no those icons.
It's the database name, all database names are listed on https://noc.wikimedia.org/conf/highlight.php?file=dblists/all.dblist
Edit summary should be a short summary of edits, not the whole story of life. Somebody already wrote a 1000 characters long vandal summary on the Finnish Wikipedia, that only contained "j" letter and it had no any spaces, so it broke the interface design and we had to revdelete the summary. 500 characters should be more than enough.
This is broken until T71729 gets fixed.
Just a note that Wikimedia wikis were restored to version wmf.15 so that layout issue still exists on wikis. So should be fixed with wmf.17 that will go live this week.
The link is not pointing to mediawiki.org but the local wikis "VisualEditor/Feedback" page that doesn't exist, please fix the link. It was reported at https://fi.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Keskustelu_Wikipediasta%3AVisuaalinen_muokkain%2FPalaute&type=revision&diff=16969118&oldid=16851137
And the deleted contributions show nothing (https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sp%C3%A9cial:Contributions_supprim%C3%A9es/Glxmtiq66)
All this kind of notifications (including the new filters for edit review's "welcome window", content translation popups) are very annoying for us who are working on every wikis (for example stewards, global sysops and other SWMT members). We should have an option to disable those at all or only show them once, not in every wikis we visit. I can't say anything positive things of those, sorry.
The same happens on the Finnish Wikipedia.
More users complaining on fiwiki about the popup: https://fi.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:Kahvihuone_(Wikipedian_k%C3%A4yt%C3%B6n_neuvonta)&oldid=16928236#Content_translation_-ponnahdusikkuna
Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at https://www.wikidata.org/w/api.php?action=query&format=json&origin=https%3A%2F%2Ffi%2Ewikimedia%2Eorg¢ralauthtoken=61c60475819de6532c1a98e96096156fdb8954&formatversion=2&meta=notifications¬sections=message%7Calert¬format=model¬limit=50¬prop=list%7Ccount%7CseenTime&uselang=fi¬forn=1¬titles=. (Reason: CORS header ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ missing).