= Intro =
The Nuke extension is an anti-abuse tool that is used in the recovery efforts post abuse incident. It currently lacks Code Stewardship and recently surfaced as part of [[ https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T212690 | Task 212690 ]].
**Number, severity, and age of known and confirmed security issues**
**Was it a cause of production outages or incidents? List them.**
**Does it have sufficient hardware resources for now and the near future (to take into account expected usage growth)?**
**Is it a frequent cause of monitoring alerts that need action, and are they addressed timely and appropriately?**
Yes as of late. It's recently been at the root on DBQueryTimeoutError on Wikidata
**When it was first deployed to Wikimedia production**
**Usage statistics based on audience(s) served**
only used by sysops as part of abuse cleanup
**Changes committed in last 1, 3, 6, and 12 months**
**Reliance on outdated platforms (e.g. operating systems)**
**Number of developers who committed code in the last 1, 3, 6, and 12 months**
1:0, 3:0, 6:2, 12:2
**Number and age of open patches**
**Number and age of open bugs**
**Number of known dependencies?**
**Is there a replacement/alternative for the feature? Is there a plan for a replacement?**
Nuke's capabilities could be transferred into other abuse tools, but currently is the only source for its capabilities.
**Submitter's recommendation (what do you propose be done?)**
Per a discussion with @Krinkle, it is recommended that this extension remain deployed and found a Code Steward.