This task represents the work with estimating how DiscussionTools' demand for Parser Cache storage is likely to grow over time.
@DAbad and the platform team(s) will use this information as part of the work/planning they are doing to converge on an approach for making Parser Cache, or something like it, more reliable and performant in the long-run (read: on the order of years).
=== Open question(s)
- [x] 1. In a future where all talk page project features [i] are available to all users (logged in + out), at all Wikimedia projects by default, how much demand will #discussiontools have for parser cache's storage?
-- //"Technically there will be a small amount of extra storage used because we do add new html to the markup that’s being cached. I haven’t actually measured that, and the ratio will change per-page based on usage, but I’d be surprised if it was more than 2-3% or so. (This is the actual html for the reply links, and later the section headers.)."//
-- See more in T285995#7191760.
- [ ] 2. Are the Performance and Data Persistence Teams [ii] comfortable with the Editing Team offering the Reply Tool as an on-by-default feature to all Wikipedias?
- [x] 3. Is the Editing Engineering Team confident enough in DiscussionTools' code at this point to offer these features as on-by-default at all Wikipedias and suppressing particular features (e.g. using CSS) where applicable?
-- Yes. See: T285995#7231771.
- [ ] Answers to all `===Open question(s)` are documented in the task description