On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 3:36 PM, David Strine <dstrine(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
> We will be holding this brownbag in 25 minutes. The Bluejeans link has
I'm not familiar with bluejeans and maybe have missed a transition
because I wasn't paying enough attention. is this some kind of
experiment? have all meetings transitioned to this service?
anyway, my immediate question at the moment is how do you join without
sharing your microphone and camera?
am I correct thinking that this is an entirely proprietary stack
that's neither gratis nor libre and has no on-premise (not cloud)
hosting option? are we paying for this?
can someone to update list https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/P10500 which
contains repositories which haven't mediawiki/mediawiki-codesniffer.
I found in list that much repositories are empty, and repositories which
aren't available on Gerrit.
So, can someone please update this list of repositories (in
mediawiki/extensions) which haven't mediawiki/mediawiki-codesniffer, but at
least, contains one PHP file. or to provide me command with which I can
update list when I want, so I don't need to request it every time.
P. S.: Happy weekend! :)
I want to notify you that I have, on behalf of the WikiTeq company, made a
task https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T298277 for requesting repository
ownership for the Lingo extension.
In case that you have any kind of questions, please let me know. :)
TLDR: Tech leads please review Best practices for extensions <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Best_practices_for_extensions> on mediawiki.org.
You may be familiar with the Best practices for extensions <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Best_practices_for_extensions> page on mediawiki.org. It has been marked as a draft since 2017.
I'd like to polish this page and get it to a state where it would be uncontroversial to label it as "Development guideline <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Development_guidelines>". This would not make it a hard policy. Neither does it imply that it covers all practices in all situations.
Rather, it would mean that the items that are there now are indeed a part of our current best practices. We would keep it alive through bold <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Be_bold> edits and talk page conversations, similar to our Coding conventions <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Coding_conventions/PHP> and other such guidelines that we maintain peer to peer and through consensus.
The reason I've not simply labelled it as such already is because before today I found the document to be out of sync with our actual practices. I have made a number of changes with descriptive edit summaries to bring it in sync with what I percieve to be our best practices; based on how myself and other maintainers perform code review at large, and how we review new extensions prior to deployment.
All are welcome to fix mistakes, raise questions/concerns on the talk page, on this thread. You're also welcome to message me directly anytime if you prefer.
If you consider yourself familiar with our practices and/or lead and mentor other engineers, please take a minute to review the page and consider whether the items reflect your current understanding and judgement.
Wikimedia Performance Team.
This email is a summary of the Wikimedia production deployment of
* Conductor: Brennen Bearnes
* Backup Conductor: Jeena Huneidi
* Blocker Task: T293960 <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T293960>
* Current Status <https://versions.toolforge.org>: Stable on all wikis.
📈 By the Numbers
Sparklines comparing with the last 5 trains.
* 319 Patches ▆▁▇▇█
* 1 Rollback ▄▁█▁▂
* 1 Day of delay ▂▂█▁▂
* 18 Blockers ▂▁▂▆█
🌈 Trainbow Love 😻
Thanks to folks who reported or resolved blockers:
* Amir Sarabadani
* Taavi Väänänen
* Bartosz Dziewoński
* Jon Robson
* Tyler Cipriani
* Lucas Werkmeister (WMDE)
Others no doubt contributed, but there'd be a rather long list of
blockers to parse to figure out who I'm missing.
Additionally, a special thanks to everyone who helped debug T300214 -
'No such file or directory' CI failures in multiple repos
<https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T300214> in #wikimedia-releng:
...and anyone else I'm more than likely missing in scrollback.
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I would love to contribute to your organization. I am interested in Web
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