Dec 16 2020
Jul 24 2020
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Jul 16 2020
@Tgr no one explicitly wrote that they received any notifications via e-mail therefore I assume that they meant a on-wiki notification. Also I asked one user to check via Special:Notifications when exactly the notifications started to pop up (answer: July 9th), so that's definitely issue with the on-wiki system. Also, one more thing worth mentioning: all of these edits are in the User: or User talk: namespaces.
@slestaty do you receive only email notifications without any on-wiki notifications? If it's not only email then I think that this task should be renamed (per what @Tgr wrote). If it is then I think that's yet another issue.
Jul 14 2020
Two Polish Wikipedia users reported that they receive the same notifications day after day about events that happened years ago. One user reports continuous notifications about the last edit on his talk page (message notification).
Jun 28 2020
Number of other wikis have that group with these rights, including:
and probably some more, so IMO that shouldn't be an issue. However if Legal wants to take a look at it, then yeah, why not?
Jan 9 2020
@Aklapper: so I've read all that discussion and apparently this extension has no assigned owner/maintainer; therefore this bug won't be fixed in the months/years to come, right?
Jan 6 2020
Sep 12 2019
Same here, Firefox 69.0
May 29 2019
@Urbanecm Sorry to bother you again, but I thought that a mere adding of abusefilter-modify-restricted right to the abusefilter group would give the Abuse Filter ability to perform "block" actions. Apparently that's not enough. My fault, I'm sorry.
May 24 2019
Apr 14 2019
Jan 2 2019
Dec 1 2017
Re-opening, since in three days time neither Deskana (who has been active here on Phabricator) nor anyone else bothered to reply and provide valid reasons to decline this request.
Nov 28 2017
I am sorry but this is bullshit. I am no longer active on plwiki and wikimedia projects in general but after I saw this I thought I had to write somenthing. Dear @Deskana, why are you SINGLE-HANDEDLY rejecting UNANIMOUS(!!!) CONSENSUS of one of the LARGEST wiki-communities, you, as a WMF employee, were supposed to help with their problems in first place? I assume that you probably see experienced editors and administrators from plwiki who participated in that discussion as ignorant morons who don't know what's best for them and the wiki they edit and take care of daily. BUT YOU KNOW! You have your vision and anyone whose opinion differs from yours will be STRAIGHT OUT IGNORED. Well thank you, dear Deskana, for thinking and making decisions for ourselves! What would've we done without you?!
Aug 3 2016
Feb 27 2016
Alright, everything went back to normal. This task can be closed, I guess.