I work for the WMF. My personal account is greg.grossmeier, but I don't use it much :)
(Let us know if you need any assistance.)
Thu, Mar 23
Other than my one comment, I forgot the context for this...
@dr0ptp4kt Is the current state (and use) of https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Developers/Maintainers sufficient for this (ooold) task? I just resolved T141066, fwiw. See also this comment on another related task: T115854#3126796
Since the last comment on this task there has been a lot of positive edits on mw:Dev/Maint:
Tue, Mar 21
Thu, Mar 16
Clarification, when you say "This project is only for the Wikimedia Venezuela's Technology Committee for that reason, nobody (except the Committee) can access in this project." does that mean that you wish all tasks created within the project to be only visible to members of that project? Is a "Space" what you need instead? See: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Creating_and_renaming_projects#Restricting_access_via_Space_policies
Wed, Mar 15
Fri, Mar 10
Thu, Mar 9
(I have no major opinion on UI elements such as this.)
Facebook uses stars for saving posts to read later, so it's not unheard of.
Yup, can confirm in Chrome on Android, but not in Firefox on Android.
Tue, Mar 7
Mon, Mar 6
On purpose. Humor is good. Moving along. :)
I noticed this recently, too. I presume it's a hack to make Operations team feel better about their -1s :) Only happens in their channel, afaict.
Per T159744 also invaliding.
I don't see why we need this task. There's always tons of changes that happen in an upstream that fix minor along with major issues. We don't need a task for them in our bug tracker.
Sat, Mar 4
Fri, Mar 3
Is it still incorrect? You might have looked mid-update. Remember it updates every 10 minutes.
Re T45: @mmodell and I are talking about making it a goal/activity for next fiscal. We might be able to start on it before then, but I don't want to rush it and we have other things to do in the near term.
Thu, Mar 2
Yes, and per the RFC text:
"Allow SWAT windows to do scap deploys of new/updated messages where these updates are required for events, or specific launch of a feature ahead of the general train deploy."
Wed, Mar 1
Thinking through the ways of addressing this. Will post more when we're ready to commit :)
We will :)
Fri, Feb 24
I deleted the vandal content, there's a backup of the useful content in a gdoc. I'll let the team decide where they want to work in the future (same pad or new name or whatever). Resolving. (Spoke with Grace in person, as well.)
Simple vandalism. I found the last revision that looks like you all at https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/Ronaldo/timeslider#4531
Thu, Feb 23
@Liuxinyu970226 A) this vote should only be voted on by those who have contributed code to scap 2) It was just a stawpoll to gauge what people were thinking. It was not exhaustive. Also, CC licenses are not appropriate for source code. https://creativecommons.org/faq/#can-i-apply-a-creative-commons-license-to-software
Declining. If this is something that needs to happen it needs to happen upstream, not worth keeping open here imo.
how often is this portal being updated and what is the process? I can't see it in the SAL and I would like to see it there.
Feb 22 2017
(And thanks, @Dereckson :) )
This needs an incident report: https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Incident_documentation
Feb 21 2017
Feb 20 2017
Feb 15 2017
(those tasks above that this task was mentioned in were all(?) in #wikimedia-incident as a follow-up/action item, should this one be as well?)
Feb 14 2017
Right right :) For us I think a good first pass would be email+IRC alerts and a best effort tier SLA.
Feb 13 2017
So, this never happened (this == the investigation). It is now almost 4 months later, with a new year in between. There was no incident report written and nothing obvious from SAL: https://tools.wmflabs.org/sal/production?p=0&q=&d=2016-10-17