Fri, Jan 24
One other note - after seeing the announcement while my device date was in December, then moving the date to current time, I confirmed that the announcement is still hanging around in the local database even though I don't see it anymore.
I'm still having trouble reproducing unfortunately. As long as the endTime has consistently returned 12/31 from the announcements feed, this seems to consider that each time and hide the announcement once past. Here's some of my test cases:
Wed, Jan 22
@Pcoombe wanted to double-check - what query items are you using to get these numbers? We noticed both the Settings link and Article link share utm_medium and utm_campaign values. Just want to make sure Settings numbers aren't being counted.
Tue, Jan 21
@Pcoombe Odd, we can't repro on our end but I'll dig deeper tomorrow. Do you know which context the donations are coming from? (in the feed or overlay on article)? Also knowing which app versions these donations are coming from could be useful as well for us. Thanks!
Hi @SNowick_WMF - we have not started on this ticket at all, so no events should be firing unless Article History already had some in it from before (though I don't see any code like that with a quick search). I haven't participated in event logging on a new feature yet so I'm a bit hazy on what needs to happen first but I think we need schemas defined from your end before we can start (tagging @JoeWalsh to correct me if I'm wrong). Here's an example ticket with schemas from our Reading Lists feature. https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T190748 Thanks!
Fri, Jan 17
Thu, Jan 9
Hi @cmadeo, just wanted to confirm that we are no longer showing the languages count in the footer. Looks like it will be taken out based on the https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T226094 comments but wanted to confirm.
Wed, Jan 8
Tue, Jan 7
First draft of implementation is in feature/mobile-html. https://github.com/wikimedia/wikipedia-ios/pull/3395