Thank you for laying this out, David. Would I be correct to understand https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/574919 as having the effects listed below? If yes, then +1 to what you suggested in T244874#5918759: "...consider the patch landing and adding in just navigate to leave us in a reasonable state."
We appreciate your clear task descriptions (and the patches as well, of course).
We appreciate your work on this, @Akinwale-microsoft
Assuming I'm correctly understanding this issue as meaning anytime a talk page contains a URL with an invalid/deprecated URL encoding character(s) [i], no reply links will be shown on the page, two resulting questions:
Tue, Feb 25
This feedback is helpful – thank you, Sherry. Responses and a resulting question to the points you raised below.
Mon, Feb 24
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Fri, Feb 21
Good spot, Bartosz. I'm going to move this to "Nice to have."
This makes sense – thank you for explaining what's going on, Bartosz.
Hmm, @matmarex, do you know why the issue Rummana is describing in the task description might be occurring?
@Ryasmeen – good spot. I don't think it makes sense for a reply link to appear within an image caption, despite that caption being signed (as it seems to be).
@matmarex can you confirm the following are true?
- Currently, the discarded reply "traces" are only visible to the person who drafted the comment
- Currently, the discarded reply "traces" disappear once the the person who drafted the comment refreshes the page