Mon, Nov 19
- Part of me is wondering if there's somewhere other than the toolbar to put this button — it seems like the obvious place, but also for some reason I can't quite identify yet it feels out of place. If we do keep it in the toolbar I think it might be worth evenly distributing the icons horizontally.
- Designers review and see if the new treatments make sense for all use cases
Code coverage has gone up
Fri, Nov 16
I'd actually be interested in picking this up as a 10% project to better understand our logging infrastructure and deployment of the various EL services. If that'd slow things down a little too much, then I understand – I'd rather see this resolved 🙂
Thu, Nov 15
+-----------------------------+-------+--------+ | Filename | Old % | New % | +-----------------------------+-------+--------+ | models/MobileCollection.php | 0 | 100.00 | +-----------------------------+-------+--------+
includes/skins/MinervaTemplate.php should not be directly accessing MobileContext
☝️ The task description was slightly out of date and was bold.
Wed, Nov 14
AFAICT there's one client that still uses passes a noimages parameter to the parse API: https://github.com/wikimedia/labs-tools-wikidipendenza
As promised, here are the notes that I took whilst running the resetPageRandom.php script on 12th November:
Per the task description (@pmiazga is deploying the first change in the chain and I will be available for QA).
Tue, Nov 13
I estimated a 5 because:
Centralising the definition for edit count buckets has obvious advantages. Both QuickSurveys and Popups would benefit:
Mon, Nov 12
… and now against all large wikis.
… and now against all medium wikis.
The script is currently running against all small wikis.
Thu, Nov 8
The build has since passed. I'm going to be bold and resolve this as it looks like an intermittent infrastructure problem.
Is it fair to say that this work is blocked on the rest of the refactoring work (or, at least, should be scheduled at the end of it?).
Wed, Nov 7
I also confirmed that no new entries were logged to Logstash using the X-Wikimedia-Debug tool.
I can also confirm that I don't see the above type of output on the bottom of all articles with linked Wikidata items (again, on the Beta Cluster).
I've rescheduled the change to be deployed in the European Mid-day SWAT window.
I've scheduled rOMWC61479ef8e135: BC: Enable Schema.org page split test for deployment during the Morning SWAT window as I might not be available for the entirety of the European Mid-day SWAT window.
Tue, Nov 6
Please review ☝️, especially for precision of language.
- A SWAT will be needed to turn it on. Given this is a beta cluster only change, if you find a willing deployer, you can do it outside the normal SWAT windows.
Outstanding work, y'all.
Mon, Nov 5
Should we revisit using EventLogging to record limit details of errors and getting them ingested into Turnilo?
The browser tests have been failing for some time with the following error:
Fri, Nov 2
☝️ I forgot to upload this image on the day.
AIUI this task led to T208469: Spike in PHP warnings from User.php; triggered from MobileFrontend's new use of ContribsPager with a User object instead of a string, which was blocking the rollout of the -wmf.2 branch.
I'm not sure what there's left to review here. If the errors have disappeared from logstash, then this task can be resolved, right?
Thu, Nov 1
Per the latest review for rMSCRd3812f53fc5e: Rewrite Queue to promise-way flow.
Sun, Oct 28
Oct 19 2018
… and how's Graphite coping?
Oct 18 2018
I think that a better way is to track it on the backend by using ?share_link, but I'm afraid there might be some performance impact (requests not hitting cache).
Are there any performance issues related to adding a parameter to the URL and tracking it on the backend?
Tracking republication of Wikimedia content came up on analytics@ recently: https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/analytics/2018-October/006460.html. Obviously, sharing content is different but the conversation seems relevant.
Oct 17 2018
I have a couple of concerns with this change that I spoke about with @pmiazga but wanted to raise here too:
Oct 16 2018
Oct 15 2018
Oct 14 2018
Oct 12 2018
Rather than pinging y'all on separate tasks, I'll send an email!
Oct 11 2018
There were 5 builds triggered on 2018/10/10, of which 2 failed. The build has passed consistently for the last 4 builds.
Oct 10 2018
I apologise for the non-sequitur but I mentioned that I'd follow up with the latest ReadingDepth and PageIssues server-side error rates so that the conversation was all happening in one place.
Oct 9 2018
Our results were inconclusive yet pointing towards sitemaps having no effect on search traffic.
Oct 5 2018
☝️ per T206274#4644090.