What I wrote on T209089 is "For example, Wikipedia has a project where…" I gave an example on how to use it, I did not say a decision is made.
The extension is on GitHub, https://github.com/jeblad/LangCodeOverride
Thu, Nov 8
Tue, Nov 6
I would prefer solution number 4 from @tstarling post T174160#3798644. I believe this is good enough as a temporary solution until the necessary scripts are made, which I believe will take a lot more time.
Not quite sure why this is merged with T177950, as it isn't really about tooltips (aka describing statistics). It is about a statistics where the (little in this case) description gives no meaning at all.
Mon, Nov 5
I always isolate the dev environment, including the automated tests.
Some like running tests in a live browser, I don't.
Is this still not fixed? Even something as trivial as this?
Sun, Nov 4
Sat, Nov 3
Why not use a simple NLG solution where statements or group of statements are reformulated as simple text fragments, and then leave it to the editor how to use, abuse, or remove them? Check out Dale, Robert; Reiter, Ehud (2000). Building natural language generation systems. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-02451-X.
Fri, Nov 2
There are also another weird thing here. Something is a point in time at some granularity, but a duration at another granularity. For example, the Arts Council of Norway run several workshops for people in the culture field. Those workshops are visible in the graph for new editors. The workshops span over about a year, or a series of dates.
I would say the bundling over time is an unwanted feature. I guess it is made like this to support touch devices, but in my opinion this is a wrong choice. Bundling should only be done as a secondary effort to make something usable, not as a primary feature.
Sat, Oct 27
@Addshore Have you actually changed anything since T208077#4699907 ? Connecting Kategori:Kolosserbrevet did not work after your previous fix, and I'm a bit uneasy about closing this report without really knowing the category suddenly work.
Note jQuery.Deferred exception: site is null… Sounds pretty similar, but I don't know.
Fri, Oct 26
It seems like this correlates with T208048, but note that correlation does not imply common cause. Still my guess is that these are related.
Probably the same as T208077, there are more information in that report.
Thu, Oct 25
I use WikitextEditor 2017 a lot, and I don't see these horrible load times anymore. It could be nice to have them reported though, because *someone* sees them. I've been wondering if some of the newer security measures in the browsers might do weird things with the load times. The site isolation in Google Chrome and Firefox for example. Can this give less caching and thus longer load times?
@Effeietsanders in T193665#4178535, (sorry, a bit off-topic) a long time ago I was involved in a project that had a considerable delay from a button was clicked and until the action was acknowledged. During testing we saw the actions almost instantaneous, but in real use the delay was a problem. We could not find a really good solution, but one of the better attempts was to change the focus color slightly. The focus color is the small border that shows something is selected. Another was to show the button in a partly pressed mode.
Oct 10 2018
The fix seems to work for the rerendered file.
Oct 6 2018
The second point in this task is really annoying when working with large equations; The dialog is too small to see the whole source text of the equation.
Oct 1 2018
Will this fix be available soonish or do we wait for the ordinary rollout?
Note that MS Edge messes up the color.
Good catch btw!
Sep 2 2018
@Krinkle Nice investigation! =)
Croak, carp, cluck, confess are pretty common functions for error reporting from programs.
Aug 24 2018
@Dcljr There are several tasks, and this is the one with the worse solution; to revert to a buggy previous state that breaks with IANA. I would prefer to wait for a proper solution.
Aug 23 2018
@Aklapper This is not the same. This is not about faulty navigation or restarting the browser. Its about an error when the page is reinstantiated after an error.
The proposed change 454700 to revert the autonym change will break away from use of IANA language subtag registry which, in my opinion, is a pretty bad ting to do.
Aug 22 2018
Aug 19 2018
In short; yes.
Aug 18 2018
Created the same entry as this change at MediaWiki:Gadgets-definition, which triggered the bug, and 20 minutes later it was still there while at 45 minutes later it was gone. It should although be gone when the entry was updated.
Aug 17 2018
- or 2. is probably the reason why unified login already fails a lot, but this task isn't about that.
- and 4. would probably fail without CORS, so CORS must be enabled already (using script-tags, that seems like a bad idea)
- fails because of CORB, check why, perhaps it is al that remains to make this work again
Wondered why the heck I was admin there… ;)
The error isn't there now.
A CORS request to login.wikimedia.org would work, and it could provide necessary login info. There are several other methods too. One is to open an iframe and to use postMessage()to transfer login information. Another is to add a one time token to the url, and then check if someone else is logged in from the same IP-address, and then if one of those accept the one time token.
Aug 16 2018
U2F was implemented in Firefox 57, we're now at 61. It still has to be set manually. Enter about:config?filter=security.webauth.u2f in the address bar, hit return, and set it to true.
I would also say go for U2F, but it should not be to difficult to support OTP devices too.
Aug 15 2018
Fail to log in. I've double checked in Firefox and there are no error messages in the browser. I would have been very surprised if there were any error messages, as that would imply a path between the isolated instances.
Aug 11 2018
The error itself has gone away, but I believe there is a real bug here, so I will not close the report. I have altough lowered the priority to "normal".
"disable all check boxes and save preferences", and "enabling the gadget"
Aug 10 2018
Given that I wipe all gadgets on w:no:Spesial:Innstillinger#mw-prefsection-gadgets
and add the gadget "TemplateWizzard: legger til et verktøy for enkel innsetting av maler."
When I open for example w:no:Hamarkameratene for editing
Then the toolbar should have a puzzle piece to open the TemplateWizzard
Setting this as high as it could (?) interfere with other scripts loaded at the same time.
Aug 7 2018
Strange, it seems like mw:Requests for comment/Future of magic links is marked as accepted, still there are a lot of serious opposing comments that are not addressed. It the points to phabricator, but this thread neither does address the raised concerns.
Aug 4 2018
Jul 21 2018
The actual text from Vote on language code and domain prefix is (as provided by Google Translate but slightly edited for clarity)
Voting on Meta after a RfC was in favor, and voting on nowiki was in favor. Task is thus not stalled. (@Liuxinyu970226 )
Jul 20 2018
On second thought, the idea in T125723#3994140 will open for programming of sloppy rules that are awfully slow. The reason is that the function call page_recent_contributors() is slow as it will always trigger a hit on the database. It would be better to create a function has_conflicting_contributors(time, user, conflicting_users…) as that enforces an early check whether it is necessary to check the database. The ellipsis is to show where the other conflicting contributors go.