Mar 4 2021
@Xqt, it appears that welcome.py is not working with Flow user talk pages. I set up a bot (tool discobot on ToolForge, User:DiskoBot). When User:DiskoBot made its first edit on the Konkani Wikipedia, welcome.py seems to have done nothing.
Mar 3 2021
Thank you. Reply Tool is up and running for everyone on gomwiktionary.
Feb 10 2021
@The_Discoverer: are you able to share a link to the page where you all discussed enabling the Reply Tool for everyone gom.wikitionary by default? ...I didn't see anything mentioned in these two discussions.[i][ii]
Feb 6 2021
@matmarex: Thank you! :)
Is it possible for DiscussionTools to be enabled for all users by default (rather for individual users to have to enable it manually)? In our community discussion, we wanted it enabled for every one.
Jan 22 2021
@Xqt , I will set a bot up and report here.
Jan 5 2021
Thanks @Xqt. Will welcome.py work with Flow user pages? All user talk pages in the Konkani Wiktionary are in Flow.
Jan 4 2021
Oct 3 2020
No problem, thanks for your work.
The statistics are still not available.
Sep 22 2020
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Jul 4 2020
Thank you everyone for the patch.
Jun 23 2020
Yes, it's working now and I have imported some templates. Thanks for all the support you are providing us, @jhsoby :)
Jun 11 2020
May 14 2020
Thanks for the quick action! :)
May 4 2020
For reference, this was the previous instance of the update: T191339
May 3 2020
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Jan 17 2019
Thanks once again, @MarcoAurelio . I didn't know that we had started editing the release notes file in the same patch as the code.
Jan 16 2019
Thanks, @MarcoAurelio . Who can merge this?
Jan 14 2019
No, only template and template_talk. May I add a patch?
Oct 13 2018
At present we don't have an admin on the Konkani Wikipedia who would be able to do this, so I would appreciate if a steward could implement it for us.
Oct 12 2018
@MarcoAurelio, per T40863, we would like to have the ShortURL link with the grey share icon and tooltip instead of the link being displayed below the page title (i.e. we would like to have it the way it is in the Hindi Wikipedia). Since it seems that T40863 will take some time to materialise, please could you implement this in the Konkani Wikipedia?
Thanks @MarcoAurelio, that was fast. In fact, it's one of the fastest I've seen a task resolved on Phabricator. :)
Oct 11 2018
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Apr 25 2017
Thank you :)
Apr 8 2017
There was a bugfix to 2.18 and the latest version available is now 2.18.1
Mar 29 2017
Mar 12 2017
Feb 7 2017
Thanks to all of you for your help. :)
3 out of the 4 patches have been merged.
The only remaining patch is https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/335030
Does anyone have any information regarding this file?
Feb 4 2017
Feb 2 2017
Feb 1 2017
Jan 31 2017
Jan 30 2017
@TTO, I found 4 files that still contained the old names and created patches for them that need to be reviewed and merged
Thank you @KartikMistry
@KartikMistry , thanks for merging. Do you know when the change will go live in ULS in Wikipedia?
@Aklapper , please could you assign this to someone from the ULS team to merge the patches? Thanks.
Aug 26 2016
Aug 5 2016
Aug 2 2016
Thanks everyone. I will wait for the second patch to go live and then close the task.
Jul 4 2016
What I wanted to highlight with this bug report was that the pages with curid 8343 and 8344 should not exist in the first place. Did these pages get created due to a known issue or a user error?
Jul 3 2016
Jul 2 2016
Jun 7 2016
@Aklapper , do these have anything to do with it:
May 15 2016
May 4 2016
Apr 19 2016
Please could someone take up this task? Thanks :)
Apr 7 2016
Mar 19 2016
Mar 18 2016
Thanks a lot @Catrope for your efforts! Cheers :)
No problem, Catroupe. Try pinging me if you want me on IRC, and if possible, I'll join. The most likely time-slot that I'll be available is 13:30 UTC to 18:00 UTC.
Mar 17 2016
Thanks Catrope. I'll be available from 13:30 UTC onwards today until around 18:00 UTC.
Mar 16 2016
- There hasn't been much discussion on any user talk pages recently (say in the last 3 months), what little discussions have happened are not active anymore.
- There is almost no discussion existing on any article talk page, right from the beginning.
- Among project talk pages, there has been significant amount of discussion on our main community discussion page, and some of those discussions are still ongoing. This is one of the pages that we really want to have in Flow format, because most of our members have difficulty with the syntax and style for indentation, etc. How best do you think we can manage the transition for this page? Is it possible, just for the last few discussions, to copy-paste the wikitext under separate flow topics?
Thanks Trizek and Catrope.
Will all the talk and discussion pages be converted to flow or just be archived?
There's no problem if you just archive them, because there aren't many active discussions. However, on the community page https://gom.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:समाजाचे मुखेल पान , there are several open discussions. If you could convert just the topics on this page beginning from February 2016 into Flow, that would be great!
Mar 9 2016
Can be used for code review
@Aklapper, no, I did not discuss with Amire80. The only reason I assigned this task to him is because he had helped with a similar request (T109182) in the past. Feel free to change the assignment. Thanks for your note.
Mar 1 2016
Thanks, Trizek. In the meantime, we will try to do some translations.
Feb 29 2016
Hi @Trizek-WMF, we can have a trial page if you want or if the process demands, but I had posted links to a Flow-enabled page in the English Wikipedia and to the Wikimedia Sandbox in my proposal, so people have got the idea of what it is, so I don't think it is necessary.
Feb 9 2016
- Reference: Ethnologue calls gom as 'Konkani, Goan'
- "Goan Konkani" has been translated into Goan Konkani by the community as गोंयची कोंकणी / Gõychi Konknni (even though they always locally call their language कोंकणी / Konknni and would have preferred this name)
- The current name "गोवा कोंकणी / Gova Konknni" is incorrect and nonsense and if these same questions:
this lacks a source for the new proposed name as well as confirmation that the name was sent upstream
had been asked for the name "गोवा कोंकणी / Gova Konknni", then we wouldn't be in this situation today.
Feb 7 2016
Oct 27 2015
Please, let's un-stall this task.
Sep 17 2015
Regarding the negative reviews at the code review for the name "कोंकणी / Konknni", what we are doing is that people who do not speak either gom or knn are going to decide what the local names should be by ignoring the request of the Wikipedia editing community that speaks the language, and instead, going by the theoretical information given in SIL / Ethnologue.
Sep 9 2015
Thanks Amire80 and others.
Sep 2 2015
Regarding the comment at the code review
Aug 23 2015
I'm sorry Mjbmr. I'm deleting my unhelpful comment.