I just created bug https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T93557 Mainpage getting wrongly directed to blank pages at three Marathi language wiki projects mr-wikisource, mr-wikibooks, mr-wikiquote .
I hope and request some one listening from this list. please help these mr projects visitors to reach respective main pages at the earliest.
See https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T93210 for details.
Quoting from the discussion: «As of today, there is broad consensus in
support of the proposal, as discussed by an ample spectrum of users
active in multiple wikis. Several users stressed that: talk page access
is crucial, to ensure communication with mobile users; errors of the
past, like the mobile uploads campaign, must not be repeated; local and
global effects in terms of (un)productive contributions will be under
constant monitoring and re-evaluation per the usual processes.»
Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the WMF Engineering Roadmap
and Deployment update.
The full log of planned deployments next week can be found at:
For a longer term view, see the new Roadmap project in Phabricator:
A quick list of notable items for next week...
== All Week ==
* Progressive rollout of RESTBase to all wikis
== Tuesday ==
* MediaWiki deploy
** group1 to 1.25wmf21: All non-Wikipedia sites (Wiktionary, Wikisource,
Wikinews, Wikibooks, Wikiquote, Wikiversity, and a few other sites)
== Wednesday ==
* MediaWiki deploy
** group2 to 1.25wmf21 (all Wikipedias)
** group0 to 1.25wmf22 (test/test2/testwikidata/mediawiki)
Thanks and as always, questions and comments welcome,
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