Fri, Oct 16
Thu, Oct 8
Wed, Oct 7
I've fixed that Lua error (https://tuscriaturas.miraheze.org/w/index.php?title=Plantilla:Infobox_settlement/doc&diff=19028&oldid=14767). Note that it only affected the documentation, and didn't prevent the rest of the template from working.
Sep 18 2020
Sep 11 2020
This action was performed automatically (https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T257892), so should be ignored.
was not flagged as unmaintained
Yes, there is a large backlog of extensions which should be tagged unmaintained on MediaWiki.org but aren't. https://www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Extension:Numbertext&diff=4098554&oldid=3625842
and updated 5 days ago on master (non bot).
Umherirrender made an identical change to over 100 extensions. It is not reasonable to assume from that all 100 of those extensions are being meaningfully maintained because of that one formulaic change.
Are you sure? This extension looks unmaintained to me, with the last commit that isn't a bot or formulaic change being in 2013 (!)
Sep 1 2020
I'm not at all familiar with Miraheze's standards for extensions, so I don't actually have an opinion on whether it should be approved or not. I do care, though, that if it is approved it's approval is not based on false premises.
This extension has not suffered from a lack of commits because there is nothing needing changing, if that is what you are trying to say, as it has 8 open tasks on Wikimedia Phabricator, one of which is ominously named "Discuss future of the Arrays extension".
Aug 22 2020
Benjamin Hardie created Module:Documentation/config with the wrong content. I've fixed the problem. (and sorry for the redlink in the edit summary, that was actually copied from https://template.miraheze.org/wiki/Module:Documentation/config.
Jun 7 2020
That doesn't look like "a lot has changed" to me; there's a ton of translatewiki and libraryupgrader commits (both of which are bots whose changes aren't significant), and most of the rest of the commits are routine removal of deprecated code applied across all of Gerrit.
Jun 2 2020
May 3 2020
You've run into https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T125857 (Flow boards don't respond to template updates unless they are edited). I've fixed the problem by making a dummy edit to the board header and then reverting that edit, and it does now appear to include a link a a wikitext archive.
I don't see how this prevents you from doing anything; you could create the templates that this script would create manually.