Dec 2 2020
Nov 30 2020
Jul 15 2020
In that case this parameter can probably be removed.
Apr 28 2020
@ssastry no yet. I'm running MW1.34 with Parsoid/JS and will wait for an official release before migrating.
Apr 22 2020
I second! I run a somewhat large wiki and no Parsoid/JS update has gone without troubles and downtime. Who doesn't love better and more coherent architecture?
Apr 21 2020
@Yaron_Koren, thanks a bunch. I'll let you +2 the changes on gerrit and close this task.
Apr 20 2020
Mar 31 2020
Is this bug still present? I've found in another bit of code that there is a recursive version for $parser->preprocess called parser->recursivePreprocess(). Maybe it's a fix?
Mar 23 2020
Feb 18 2020
I can no longer reproduce the bug in MediaWiki 1.34. This might have been due to a browser issue or something that has since been fixed in MediaWiki core.
I decided to go ahead and +2 the change.
Jan 22 2020
Well ... the issue disappeared with erasing the current DB, grabbing a backup and going through the update process again.
Jan 18 2020
@Smith.dan, can you give the patch that I made a run?
Jan 17 2020
@Smith.dan, how about filtering out items that are not accessible from queries?
Jan 16 2020
Thank you @MGChecker. Much appreciated.
Jan 14 2020
Nov 2 2019
Thanks a bunch everyone!
Oct 5 2019
@Nicolas_NALLET thanks a bunch, that worked.
Sep 29 2019
Bug was fixed in change ID: I64fb215117e7139bf3676902c66e08e9810243f1.
Sep 28 2019
Feb 28 2019
Aug 3 2018
Patch has been submitted in gerrit.
Jul 18 2018
Reading the abandoned change on gerrit, il seems that the OpenGraph protocol does not support relative URLs. Indeed, this is what searching the web for the issue confirms. Though it's not explicit about needing absolute URLs, the specification does not indicate that it can take a relative URL either; neither is Facebook's developer page.
Jul 12 2018
Jul 10 2018
Sorry, should have provided more information. I've updated the descritpion. I'm running REL1_31.
Sorry about that, I though that tag pertained to the new RecentChanges interface. My bad.
The issue is still there on REL1_31.
Maybe I got the tag wrong?