See mw:Bugwrangler for more information.
I am not a Product Manager.
@Shubha: In the future, please follow https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requesting_wiki_configuration_changes when requesting such kinds of changes. Thanks!
It looks like nobody plans to work on this, plus HotCat tickets themselves aren't tracked here
This sounds like bot territory. If no team plans to work on this and have it on their Phab workboard, then this task should be declined.
Zuul not reporting which change failed to merge is something to report to upstream at https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/zuul/zuul
Though I wonder if https://review.opendev.org/c/zuul/zuul/+/707620 already improved that situation?
Cannot reproduce this in Firefox 88. If this still happens, please reopen - thanks!
Closing as not reproducible anymore per last comment
Closing per last comments.
Reviewing for +2 requires knowing a lot of fields. Traditionally, such knowledge is gained (and expressed) by having written more complex patches which got merged.
Cannot reproduce here, indeed. See the last API call in the network developer console which switches the language as expected:
Deactivated the Phabricator account @Jseddon.
@Great_Brightstar: Again: Could you please provide a link where to see a problem on some Wikimedia site? (Preferably with a screenshot how it looks and browser information and operating system information, plus another screenshot how it should look like). Thanks in advance.
Phabricator's remarkup is pretty close to Markdown in my understanding; Gitlab... uses markdown (I think?); and MediaWiki wiki syntax is too unclear and ambiguous (does ''''' mean <i><b> or <b><i> in HTML?) so I wish anyone good luck and lots of patience who wants to try handling that.
@Kizule: Are you a maintainer of MyVariables? :) I asked maintainers for a dedicated place (either project tag here, or if another place exists somewhere maybe)...
Wouldn't it be easier to disable the @Jseddon account instead?
Hi @STei-WMF, please see the bullet points at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/ldap-access-requests/ - thanks!
@Guy_Macon: If you are not interested in bringing this ticket forward but only would like to share some (understandable) frustration, then I politely suggest that you spend your time somewhere else. Thanks for your understanding.
Closing per last comment
Current VE says "Remove" instead of "Clear styling", and uses
@iamjessklein: Did this happen? Is this still planned to happen?
Sorry that this ticket never received a reply. http://lnklnkr.com/ says server not found.
Best to reach out via mailing lists and chat channels to discuss specific, actionable items, as Phabricator tickets aren't a good tool for threaded conversations on broader topics. :-/
Re-opening this task since we use it to keep track of superset upgrades (creating one subtask every time).
(This does not sound like neverending by definition as this could be achieved. Removing project tag.)
All subtasks closed for years; closing
Removing Tracking-Neverending; not "neverending" by definition (plus no open subtasks and/or unclear scope). Please don't create neverending tasks, thanks.
This task does not "track" anything these days hence closing. See T76823 instead.
Is this still wanted? If it is, in which codebase would this have to happen?
Also note that similar requests T31944: Enable UploadWizard for Hindi Wikipedia, T32044: UploadWizard for el.wikipedia, T88918: Enable Extension:UploadWizard on id.wikipedia got declined so maybe this 10 year old task should be declined too.
This old "tracking task" does not track anything nowadays. Closing.
@MarkAHershberger: Ten years later, do you maybe know if this is still a valid issue, or if this ticket can be closed as obsolete?
It looks like this "tracking" task only tracks a single issue. Closing.
Cannot reproduce 503 error anymore, link nowadays shows:
The revision #143840984 of the page named "Wikipedia:Hauptseite" does not exist.
This is usually caused by following an outdated history link to a page that has been deleted. Details can be found in the deletion log.
Security Team: Close this task as non-actionable?
No reply from @abi_ hence closing.
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/skins/Vector/+/633207 was merged in October 2020; no reason to keep this ticket open
A good first task is a self-contained, non-controversial task with a clear approach. It should be well-described with pointers to help a completely new contributor. Given the unclear path forward (flexbox? CSS columns?) and lack of information which code repository to look into I'm removing the good first task tag. Please add details what exactly has to happen where and how for a new contributor, and then add back the good first task project tag. Thanks a lot in advance!
Furthermore, the content located https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Bots did not offer what I had expected from seeing the URL; https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Creating_a_bot is closer to what I had naively expected.