I've been out of the office, so I haven't had a chance to test out the proposed
workflow here. How does this behave, exactly? At the absolute minimum, for this to go live
it needs to give the user a choice to login or edit anonymously (like the patch you worked
on for alpha), not just dump them directly into an edit window.
Ideally, on the preview screen, it should also inform the user that they are about to
permanently submit their IP address unless they log in -- this is potentially very
sensitive information that we don't want users to be surprised to see suddenly
Can you verify that these things are in place?
On Oct 28, 2014, at 1:50 AM,
(i've added some of you already to the related bug report, but now this E-mail for
Nemo has started a bug report/request in bugzilla/site-requests with the result of a
RfC on itwiki (i interpreted "sondaggio" to be like an RfC in english wikipedia
or a "Meinungsbild" in dewiki). There is already a change for it in
mediawiki-config . I'm happy to see the effort of itwiki community to help us to
make editing without login better and get some more input for a limited testing phase on a
big wikipedia version with the backup of the community.
This is just an information, that there is a bug and a change, but opinions are welcome
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