I think offering both the datetime expiration picker and a length dropdown is valuable to all wikis regardless of language. Some blocks are for common infractions — e.g. someone vandalized, they get blocked for ~30 hours. But some blocks are more nuanced — e.g. two users are in conflict, block them until we can synchronously discuss it on wiki.
We will do messages for translation on TWN. This will mean that it will not be customizable per wiki.
We discussed this a bit more in person and made some changes in the ticket description above. Please leave more feedback if you have it!
@DannyH — any more work for ACTRIAL or can this ticket be closed?
These questions are still open, so here are my answers:
No, Ctrl+B and Ctrl+I are not supposed to have any effect in the 2010 wikitext editor.
For regular deletion:
After determining the severity of this, please decide if it is a requirement for T185030: Graduate Syntax Highlighting (CodeMirror) out of beta for non-RTL wikis or not.
Currently in progress.
This is odd but does not break any content. It would be a lot of effort for minimal value so Community Tech cannot commit to addressing this ticket.
We cannot reproduce this issue and suggest we mark it as resolved unless someone else is able to verify it is still a defect. Thank you.
No longer needed because this has already been done.
We may potentially get back to this if we make any changes to T32750: [Epic] Ping/notify user when username used in an edit summary in the future, but unfortunately cannot commit to this right now.
Hi @Esanders — Any update on this? It appears to have gone out with wmf/1.31.0-wmf.25, can this ticket be closed?
For simplicity and usability, we are going to proceed with changing the definition of "pages where both users have edited" to respect the start and end dates provided by the users. In the future users may change to the prior 'all time' logic in T190208.
Mon, Mar 19
@jrbs — It might have a place in this tool, but likely as part of Idea 1 on T189850: Timeline: Allow users to hide edits on certain pages. We could show the entire list and some data, similar to the Sigma tool, and allow users to toggle on/off any pages of their choosing.
I can't think of a compelling reason to keep that logic any more. If a user explicitly blanks the field, I think it's safe to assume they want to see everything.
We are going to make a decision and size this tomorrow at 2pm ET (11am PT) — if anyone not on the Anti-Harassment Tools team has any opinions, please share them!
Correct, either or. We'll decide which one to build tomorrow. @dbarratt please review the new section I added to the ticket description.
There was a Community Liasons meeting this morning and the majority of the room (CLs, product managers, and designers) felt that setting a default start date of 30 days previous is the best solution to encourage the use of a start date without setting another obstacle for use.
Fri, Mar 16
I'm happy to triage duplicate bugs. No strong preference either way though.
This would be invaluably useful for a handful of Anti-Harassment projects but this is a pretty large chunk of work and (fairly) raises the question of "why not just improve Structured Discussions to the point where it is universally used?"
@dbarratt — I updated the task to reflect that these are different ideas, not simultaneous acceptance criteria
IP addresses should already be supported, we just don't have suggest (as it was more annoying than helpful) so you have to copy+paste the IP address into the field.
Thu, Mar 15
I believe IKhitron is mentioning that the URL parameters sometimes stick around after this bug.
I apologize, @TheDJ — I quickly read your comment as accusatory of my team when we simply were simply not aware of this policy, despite months of code reviews and input.
OK, thank you!