Feb 2 2019
The fix is now live on Toolforge, and should be picked up by Translatewiki during the next sync.
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An example would be http://nna-leb.gov.lb/ar/show-report/371/, from which Citoid extracts metadata containing UTF-8 replacement characters.
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Dec 31 2015
FYI, the hardcoded conversion table is includes/ZhConversion.php which may help determine the language variant of arbitrary text.
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Apr 12 2015
The relevant code is available here.
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Mar 1 2015
I cannot replicate this. What's the name of the page in question?
Since I don't think JuneHyeon Bae's working on this, I've made the patch. I hope JuneHyeon don't mind.
Feb 23 2015
Feb 18 2015
I've created https://secure.phabricator.com/T7309 to address the problem of scratch tokens.
Feb 11 2015
@Aklapper Thanks, it's on P280.
Feb 7 2015
Jan 24 2015
If using the committed identity is acceptable, how can I send you the source text in a secure way?
No, I didn't see any one-time token when activating the feature. I can provide my committed identity on my enwiki user page (at the bottom) to prove my identity.
Echo sends the notification to the editor who made wpUndidRevision which is set by the tool used (Twinkle, etc).1 Maybe we can find a way to identify those pseudo-edits, and avoid sending notifications if it's the case. To achieve this, we can add a permanent flag like the minor flag to those edits. However, this also mean changing the database schema.
Nov 24 2014
Okay, I think I've figured it out. While the best way to avoid this problem is to optimise the program, it's possible to increase the memory limit by creating a copy of /usr/bin/webservice and editing it.