See mw:Bugwrangler for more information.
I am not a Product Manager.
Tagging Core Platform Team to provide feedback on this proposal, as per https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Developers/Maintainers
Hi @Kaleem_Bhatti, thanks for taking the time to report this! I assume this is about Pywikibot?
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Ideally, exact and clear steps to reproduce should allow any other person to follow these steps (without having to interpret those steps) and see the same results. Problems that others can reliably reproduce can get fixed faster. Thanks!
https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/technical-collaboration-guidance/ had zero open tasks so I updated its project description and archived it.
Unfortunately closing this Phabricator task as no further information has been provided.
@Jdforrester-WMF : Can you please also add yourself to https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Google_Code-in/2019#List_of_Wikimedia_mentors ? Thanks!
Done my part, I guess:
Should be done now! Wondering whether to change from "Group/violet" to "Component/blue" for these two new subprojects at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/edit/3523/ and https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/edit/3465/ ; plus you might want to check the side bar items on the left. :)
Requested public project User-PPham has been created: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/view/4374/
Thanks a lot; added :)
@alex-mashin: Then you are using incompatible versions that were never meant to be used together.
Hi @Thadguidry, thanks for taking the time to report this!
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The workboard at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/timedmediahandler/ has columns called "Player" or "TimedText", which duplicate existing (soon to be sub-) projects. Any comments why that is or what to do (perferably by someone working on TimedMediaHandler)? Looks like @brion and @TheDJ created them IIUC.
I'm not a huge fan of having more Herald rules, but as we have several such rules already in place, declining such a request would be discriminating. :)
Also see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Help/Herald_Rules
This seems to be about thumbnails, hence adding Thumbor.
@Cparle: Assuming which projects this might be about; feel free to correct.
I assume this is about Outreachy.
@Kiranofans: Due to disruptive edits in several tasks (see moved ... from Proposals Submitted to Backlog on the Outreachy (Round 19) board entries on https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/p/Kiranofans/ ) I have disabled the Phabricator account @Kiranofans for the time being. If this was some kind of misunderstanding feel free to elaborate on my talk page. Thanks! :)
Confirming on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow_Airport with Firefox 70.
@Reedy, @ayounsi: Can one of you please add a project description in the "Description" field (and if existing also a link to a wiki page with more information what "homer" is)? See
For me an API is https://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php
If this route is used then it's used by an robot == robot action
If https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page then it's usually requested by an user == human action
Please let me know if this is possible.
I was too, until today. I had to log in again (on all my devices).
Probably by adding autocapitalize="none" to the input field.
Looking at the list of subprojects for Research I'm wondering: do you think it's possible to also make address-knowledge-gap and knowledge-integrity subprojects of Research? (from my narrow view, that can make things much clearer as when I land at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/subprojects/45/ I see them all in one place.)
@Agatevureglory: You can do that via the Add Action... → Move on Workboard dropdown (but Zoranzoki21 has already done that - thanks!)
This is basically the inverted version of T109939: For mirrored GitHub repositories, actually give the canonical source Gerrit URL in the repo description and related to T114616: Review and update GitHub mirror repo descriptions with standard text / T136863: Should Wikimedia have standard policies for managing github mirror repos?.
Solving issue blocks T218528: Sort out a process to add new Github repositories to wikimedia.biterg.io Git indexing (which has some non-sustainable thoughts of mine).
@Kiranofans: Feel free to use the Add Action... → Move on Workboard dropdown (above the field to add a new comment). Thanks!
@Unit-ade: Feel free to use the Add Action... → Move on Workboard dropdown above the field to add a new comment. Thanks!
If you can please create: MediaWiki:Gadget-formWizard/WikiProject Organized Labour/Join
Hi @Janbery, thanks for taking the time to report this! Which website is this about? wikidata.org?