Thu, Dec 3
@ingroup Extensions Will be done, everything else (API etc) will be pushed to the future. Some of this has already been done in the @license task T267148
Need to do this in SDC for the link to \User
When use \User we will "use \User as MWUser". Our class will be kept as User in our own namespace.
Wed, Dec 2
Tue, Dec 1
Btw, this installation of Mishkal is running on Py2.7. There is a new version that runs on Py3.8, but the WMF debian base image only support Py3.7.
It's mockable, but is it a waste of time compared to just using the MemoryFileBackend? All our tests are initiated with certain data and we expect certain responses. Mocking would mean setting up the same thing but using a mock and then expect what we now expect, just rewriting it and adapting the tests. So in my mind this is a bit of waste of a couple of days we could spend on other stuff.
Mon, Nov 30
Or perhaps the debmon error is something that occurs when you inject it in the image we build? Or something along that line? If so, please let me know how I can reproduce that behavior in order to help figuring this out.
Fri, Nov 27
We need to find or implement some benchmarking on MCR before we do anything.
Thu, Nov 26
@Joe Can you please help me understand how we can we reproduce this error locally, how and when it occurs?
A patch for Wikispeech SDC attached to this task will be created when ApiCRUD has been merged.
Wed, Nov 25
This patch is for CRUD only. PersistentVisitor-refactor will occur in a new patch attached to this task once ApiCRUD has been merged.
From spending a bit of time testing:
Tue, Nov 24
Ping @Addshore, would you mind taking a glance at this text?
Mon, Nov 23
Fri, Nov 20
Wed, Nov 18
Pong. Sorry for the delay!
Tue, Nov 17
There is a file in ~root/install.md (or is it journal.md) that contains a list of all things I did, including password for admin user.
Mon, Nov 16
Fri, Nov 13
Perhaps being super clear with an example of PHP file comment rather than just a reference to the @license tag, so that people don't use class level comments (as I did).