Wed, Apr 18
The lack of tagging did not appear to be related to any config blob change on the portal at Zero:-OPERA (the last change was too far back for that to be plausible).
Thu, Apr 12
It's too tall an order for today - I'll need to be tracked down should this be resurfaced.
Hi all, I apologize for not replying on this ticket. In practice while I know of good solutions here, it's moot given current resourcing and projected projects. Now, if this becomes an area for further prioritization as part of security/privacy initiatives, I'm happy to consult.
Thu, Apr 5
The other night I woke up in the middle of the night thinking that I need to follow up here. Thanks @Rfarrand for the follow up on Phabricator!
Wed, Apr 4
I can't speak to all of the particulars, but I've added Roan and Joe to this task. Roan and Corey have been in discussion about technical architecture matters concerning push architecture as I understand. Web push is presently part of the FY 18-19 plan.
Tue, Apr 3
@Dbrant was there a patch or something in support libraries that would have fixed this?
Wed, Mar 28
Tue, Mar 27
Mar 20 2018
Mar 19 2018
@Jdlrobson and @Nirzar, do you have an updated link for the styles, and what are the potential options for embedding styles inline or in render blocking stylesheets on a per wiki basis as a shorter term measure between now and the more seamless TemplateStyles option?
Mar 13 2018
There's a practice of "chore wheels" plus a staffed team in Comms. Resolving this on this board, at least.
Mar 10 2018
I think that would be great, especially with a few cool examples - maybe show some stuff around the pageviews and ORES combined?
Mar 5 2018
Thanks @RobH, understood.
@RobH would you please grant me access on those tix?
Mar 2 2018
Not to be asking silly questions, but can paging be used?
Ha. Okay, thanks - I should have searched for the File:'s name :)
Feb 26 2018
^^ @MelodyKramer have a thought on wikimediafoundation.org and supporting TemplateStyles?
As I understand it'll be used in other contexts, but I'm not aware of a recently expressed need on this particular use case (CC @leila in case I'm missing something, though).
Feb 22 2018
I think decline is fine, but the verbiage in the settings screen is then still confusing for iOS users and there's the question of consistency for multidevice users (cross-platform mobility users do exist, although anecdotally their somewhat rare) - how to resolve that? Many iOS users are unaware of the jump to top feature inbuilt into iOS apps such as Safari.
Feb 7 2018
Would it be possible to specify in which sense " The instrumentation should be disabled by default." ?
Feb 2 2018
@mpopov do you need help accelerating the conversation?
Jan 30 2018
I'm looking for a time to sync with @Lydia_Pintscher @daniel @Tpt for next steps. The Platform Evolution program that @Fjalapeno is working on certainly has a strong API and documentation component. In addition to that, my sense is we still need to discuss sustainable data entry (+ingestion), knowledge modeling, and - for lack of a better term - partner management (for some appropriately scoped definition of partner) pieces.
Jan 29 2018
Jan 23 2018
I'm reminded of https://xkcd.com/927/, and also https://www.commitstrip.com/en/2018/01/08/new-year-new-frameworks/?.
If by "parsoid" you mean the existing nodejs service,
(Im going to slightly pick on you but its not really just you on this thread) - it seems like we are focusing on specific things but not having any reason why we want these things or what the benefit is.
I dont think this makes sense. We should start from a place of goals and the decide how we change tech to get there
Jan 22 2018
I'd like to see a focus on at least the following.
Jan 18 2018
Jan 17 2018
Hi @Isarra , just wanted to note that @Deskana is taking on product owner duties on this and is working with @Tgr around initial deployment needs. In brief, I think we're hoping to cover a wiki or two this current quarter, but it's best if @Deskana and @Tgr speak to it.
Jan 9 2018
Nice work, @Mholloway! For those on the task are you able to inspect HTTP headers with your browser?
@RobH what's the proper way for us to contact AMD for support about driver options? I wasn't sure if we needed to use a particular customer ID or had a finite set of support tickets or something like that, or if it's more like we should just submit a web form and see what happens.
Thanks, @Mholloway. It may be possible to check the HTTP headers on the response, but there too I'm unsure. In any event, I appreciate your testing.
To provide some extra information: header enrichment is done on connections with inactivated operators, as well as of course active operators, on Wikipedia Zero. On truly inactive operators, the simplest idea I've had is to to update the config of each operator, making the IP list for a given operator contain one improbable IPv6 address only. Updates of this nature would in effect would make the tagging go away. IP address updates in the configuration system for Wikipedia Zero in general should be done by @DFoy or with his blessing.
Thanks, @Shilad . @Ottomata would you be game to take another run at this? @Shilad what's your availability days+time UTC this current week and next week? (If you'd like to coordinate this over email my Wikimedia email username is abaso.)
Jan 8 2018
@Shilad I just wanted to note that I'm back from the long period of family leave (everything's good, BTW) and saw your comment. We're not 100% sure if it's the former. https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/issues/22 seems to continue to evolve - what's your read of that?
Jan 5 2018
Nov 15 2017
Oct 31 2017
Thanks. Okay to close this task? Looks like @Yurik +2'd.
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/387628 and https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/387629 posted. @Anomie would you please review? Note, I pointed ApiZeroPortal:getCustomPrinter() documentation readers back to the documentation concerning ApiRawJsonPrinter.
Oct 25 2017
Here's what I see now using that previously erroring request.
Heads up for those following the ticket: @Anomie and I talked and I have this on my list for a follow on patches to clarify more of the why in the comments. Regarding the comment on the class and not the method, I'll fix that - thanks for spotting that @Anomie. As a reminder, my impending time off could arrive any moment - although documentation changes are simple I want to get it right, so please bear with me in case it takes some time...possibly until after returning.
Oct 24 2017
@Aklapper I'm unsure if it's PdfHandler. @matmarex it has a header match, but I'm not sure - when I spot checked yesterday it seemed like it was mainly PDFs, not images, but to be fair it's hard to say. Looping in @MarkTraceur @MaxSem @Tgr @brion for ping. Anybody have ideas on what might be going on and how to resolve?
Oct 23 2017
Thanks, @Anomie ! Do https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/386014/ and https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/386012/ capture the sort of detail you had in mind? Thanks for the reassurance about the non-breakage.
Oct 20 2017
Say, I noticed that calls to, for example, http://php5.local.wmftest.net:8080/w/api.php?action=zeroconfig&type=message&agent=<someUA> on my Vagrant instance with header forging (which would be equivalent to https://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=zeroconfig&type=message&agent=<someUA> with VCL determining an X-CS header independently or https://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=zeroconfig&type=message&agent=<someUA>&X-CS=TEST1 if using the parameter debugging technique...which gets send to the inbound origin) exercise ApiZeroBanner and ApiRawJsonPrinter. This type of URL is consumed from an internet context by native apps (and historically the FFOS web app).
Oct 17 2017
Oct 16 2017
^ and @Johan I think you probably know, too.
@Dereckson thanks for pinging on this. @Deskana is now in the product owner role for this technology's rollout. I think there may be a couple outstanding questions on this, and we should defer to him on rollout.
Oct 11 2017
An update: we looked into this. In short, we got stuck at the point of drivers. It appears that there may be a way to pure OpenCL-oriented driver support (i.e., without proprietary driver needs), along the lines of the links here, but it wasn't readily apparent. My impression is AMD may need to be asked how we'd do this. I'm going to be on some family leave for a longer period starting pretty soon (everything's fine, BTW), so I just wanted to note I probably won't have a lot of time to look at this between now and then.
Oct 4 2017
Just so we have it here, for TensorFlow people, there's an encouraging comment at https://github.com/tensorflow/tensorflow/issues/22#issuecomment-334154564 .
+ @Deskana is taking over product owner duties for rollout. There are a few details about near-term and medium term blocking tasks, and I defer to him about those.
Sep 26 2017
Thanks for asking. Aligning resources for code review is on the project manager's task list.
Re-opening, Gergo to implement - this is based on product manager request as a risk mitigation. None of us believe this is particularly hard (although there are probably differences of opinion about YAGNI), although having a configuration variable might at least streamline things in case one wiki is having an issue but all the others are okay.
Is this something we can consult with communities on as we rollout? If no one wants it, we don't have to implement it. If someone wants it, then we can add support for it. What do you think, @Deskana?
Sep 25 2017
Following up on this, I arranged some time with @Ottomata to take a look into this.
Sep 22 2017
@Mrjohncummings I just emailed you with an intro to a potential collaborator. Heads up!
Sep 21 2017
Note to future selves: we'd probably want the filename to contain the human readable File: name so people and machines can generate search results more easily.
Ha! That’s what they all say :P
Thanks, @Ottomata. Any chance you could take a look at the GPU? I’d like to watch to learn something about the setup of this in Debian. We reserved a couple machines for this FY (ETA Q3+4) and may want to add GPUs...the thought being we’d use the same unit.