Sun, Nov 21
I've just changed the JS config file and the XML to point to the new title.
I've seen this happening too; it was previously fine.
I think that this could be solved by having some syntax to prevent page previews from removing content in parentheses. For example, perhaps some usage of nowiki or HTML character codes for parentheses, as I tried unsuccessfully. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Sat, Nov 20
Fri, Nov 19
Mon, Nov 8
(I was the one at the Village Pump.) It looks like the renames didn't entirely work — has this happened with other users?
Oct 19 2021
@Aklapper: I think they're at least related. In T293707, it's only in the page history, but not in diffs, and with a locally created page (a soft redirect). Here, it's in diffs, and it's with a global user page, not one that's locally created.
Oct 18 2021
Sep 24 2021
@Legoktm, thanks for taking care of this!
I'm pretty sure this is new; at least, I hadn't noticed this before. And it's gigantic; I would have noticed it.
Sep 18 2021
Enwiki, wikidata, and meta are all loading normally for me now (frontend & API).
From T291312, some other errors I have experienced:
- upstream connect error or disconnect/reset before headers. reset reason: connection failure
- upstream connect error or disconnect/reset before headers. reset reason: overflow
- upstream request timeout
Sep 1 2021
Per mw:Topic:Wfpiphhllpj4ogy8, it works if "(UTC)" is added to the string passed to it.
Jul 4 2021
For me, this can be fixed by adding:
/* jshint maxerr:10000 */
(or with any other number large enough) to the top of the file in question.
Jul 1 2021
This appears to still be happening at English Wikipedia (w:en:User:Tol/Sparkle.js).