At the previous meeting of the MediaWiki Architecture Committee (April
20), the members present approved the appointment of Rob Lanphier to
Rob was the main instigator in the formation of the committee in 2014.
Lately he has been taking an active role, chairing the weekly meetings
and writing the meeting agenda. In recognition of the excellent work
he has been doing, and in the interests of transparency, we decided to
formalise his membership.
-- Tim Starling
A security vulnerability has been discovered in MediaWiki setups which
Revisions who's visibility had been alerted were showing up in parts
of the mobile UI.
All projects in the Wikimedia cluster have been since patched but if
you use this extension please be sure to apply the fix.
Patch file and issue are documented on https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T133700
Note there is some follow-up work to do which is tracked in:
Here is the RFC status update from last week's ArchCom meeting (E165).
This is pretty much what is posted on-wiki , where everything has
==== Today's IRC session ====
** April 20 [[Phab:E66/31]]
*** T91162: RFC: Shadow namespaces
==== Queue for future RfC office hours ====
** April 27: [[Phab:E66/32]]
*** T122942: RFC: Support language variants in the REST API
** May 4: [[Phab:E66/33]]
*** T130528: RFC: PSR-6 Cache interface in Mediawiki core
==== Under discussion ====
::Let’s turn the “Changes Tags” refactoring proposed by
Cenarium] into an RFC and get it unstuck. Chain of patches starts at
https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/201905/64; The patch refers to
[[Phab:T91535]] but the topic is broader than that, and the ticket
doesn’t fully describe the proposed solution. Needs work.
: Tim: shepherding two for Parser. will pick another
: Roan: [[Phab:T108655]] still need to split it so discussion can take
place on part 2
==== Other status ====
The "RFC inbox" was empty, nothing "Entering Final Comment Period",
and we didn't discuss the "no activity" list
Composer recently released their first stable version of 1.0.0, which
among other things mandates usage of secure connections and validates
certificates. I'd like for 1.27 to require 1.0.0 as a minimum version
people must use when fetching installing MediaWiki dependencies (people
can always use mediawiki/vendor instead of composer though).
As a side-effect, this would let us get rid of some old back-compat code
that is currently triggering a deprecation notice on every composer
Hey, this is the first weekly update on Revision Scoring project. In case
you are not subscribed to ai-l
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Date: Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 7:02 PM
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Hello, This is our first weekly update being posted in this mailing list
- Now you can abandon tasks you don't want to review in Wikilabels
- We collect user-agents in ORES requests (T113754)
- Precaching in ORES will be a daemon and more selective (T106638)
Progress in supporting new languages
- Russian reverted, damaging, and goodfaith models are built. They look
good and will be deployed this week.
- Hungarian reverted model is built, will be deployed this week.
Campaign for goodfaith and damaging is loaded in Wikilabels.
- Japanese reverted model are built, but there are still some issues to
work out. (T133405)
Active Labeling campaigns
- Edit quality (damaging and good faith)
- Wikipedias: Arabic, Azerbaijani, Dutch, German, French, Hebrew,
Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Persian (v2),
Polish, Spanish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese
- Edit type
- English Wikipedia
The Revision Scoring team.
25 Nis 2016 14:44 tarihinde "Andre Klapper" <aklapper(a)wikimedia.org> yazdı:
> On Sat, 2016-04-23 at 13:44 +0530, Tony Thomas wrote:
> > The best approach would be to open up a Conpherence with your mentors
> > ( I hope they appreciate it ), and asking the same. If you do not find
> > lucky with that, kindly ping or add in the org-admins too, and we will
> > get this resolved.
> For those wondering: "Conpherence" is the name of the discussion tool
> in Wikimedia Phabricator. It allows private conversations.
> See https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Phabricator/Help#Using_Conpherence
> Andre Klapper | Wikimedia Bugwrangler
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