Aug 19 2022
WikiTeq would like to maintain this extension https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T302773
Can you help with this please, @Legoktm ?
Aug 4 2022
Feb 25 2022
Can we request that this be put on hold please? WikiTeq might want to pick up maintenance of this extension. I'll probably know within a couple of months.
Jun 9 2021
Unless there are any objections, I'll merge this soon.
May 19 2021
Sorry I missed this before. We'll have a look.
May 13 2021
I can't comment directly on the merits of the +2 requests because I don't know enough about the requirements and process. But I can attest that at WikiTeq @Kizule has always been eager to help and eager to learn. Of note, he steps in to perform important but less exciting tasks, and I think his commits reflect this as well.
Apr 28 2021
Apr 20 2021
I think it should be saved when the form is submitted (though I can see an argument against that)
Feb 14 2021
Thanks @Kizule for your recent patches. I'm inclined to archive the extension instead of adding this to the WikiTeq group. There already is a more popular (though unmaintained) extension with similar functionality. What do you think @Kizule?
Feb 4 2021
Noting that I agree with this request.
Feb 3 2021
I agree that this extension should be archived. Thanks!
Dec 4 2020
Dec 3 2020
Fully understood. We started alerting wikis from WikiApiary. Please give us (WikiTeq) a week to try and find others. At that time, please feel free to publicize.
Dec 1 2020
Should we be alerting the wikis using this extension? Is there a process for identifying who uses it (wikiapiary?) and who to contact? It seems like anyone using this extension is on an obsolete version of MediaWiki right now: https://wikiapiary.com/wiki/Extension:Push
Thanks @daniel ! And I agree with everything in your comment. We aren't seeking +2 on mediawiki. We're just asking for a Gerrit group so that we can do a better job of maintaining these and other extensions. I believe that I personally have +2 on all of these extensions, but relying on me to review and +2 patches has turned out to be a bad idea. We're trying to improve our extension maintenance and having this group would be helpful.
Nov 24 2020
Should the task description say "Confluence to MediaWiki migration guide"?
Nov 22 2020
We're going to give this a rewrite.
Nov 20 2020
Nov 5 2020
Oct 19 2020
This was created for a third party wiki.
Sep 23 2020
I think it's ready, but I don't have +2 on that repo.
Sep 11 2020
There is actually a patch in review that quietly fixes this issue. It is https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/extensions/Push/+/625988
Apr 29 2020
Sorry about the delay in responding. I'll answer on behalf of @Vedmaka. We aren't working on this right now and we don't if/when we will be able to pick it up again.
Feb 20 2020
Jan 15 2020
Can we hold off on archiving this? We'll try and get the code in soon.
Sorry about the delay. I think we can get rid of it. The extension was written but I doubt that it will be released. If it does end up getting released I guess we'll just recreate the repo. Thanks!
Dec 16 2019
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Jun 5 2019
I'm still the maintainer in theory, but not doing a very good job of it. At some point I'll need to give it an overhaul but feel free to break it as needed in the meantime. Thanks!
Apr 30 2019
Just noting that it seems like this would be resolved by solving T20914.
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Sep 14 2018
WikiWorks is working on this task. We should have a patch within a week.
Jul 31 2018
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Jun 11 2018
It seems that nobody's adopted this. Feel free to archive the skin and the accompanying CustomPage extension. Thanks!
Jun 9 2018
Mar 6 2018
I think the Flow composer settings should be inserted in composer.local.json, with something like this: