Mon, Mar 18
So maybe asking for donation through centralnotice might be the solution for the time being. Some users have already suggested it on our discord, and perhaps it's indeed high time we did so.
Sun, Mar 17
I have moved the page to a log page for a quick fix. I have checked the source, and it seems like it has something to do with the use of templates.
Mon, Mar 4
They would like to know the ETA of this import, and whether there will be an edit conflict if they import stuff manually using Special:Import and/or Special:Upload. Could you tell us?
Thu, Feb 28
@Void I think you need to add a plus before uncyclopedia2wiki at line 3303. It seems to be the only difference I could find. (though I may be wrong, because it's rather a guess and I'm not an expert on this topic)
Feb 19 2019
It's actually an issue seen across whole Mirhaeze (such as this page), and I'll triage it as high priority.
Jan 21 2019
I'll set it to high priority, because the broken subpage links have been seen across multiple wikis, including Usopedia and meta. It's probably that the subpages on mainspace which are going wrong.
Jan 12 2019
Hmm, so I guess it was related to the local gadget. A similar problem also happened on Usopedia (which I fixed it by myself by deleting the script referring to non-listed site), and there might be similar issues coming up on other wikis.
Jan 10 2019
Hmm, it was working fine on Illogicopedia (where I found that filter), but I guess we need some improvements for Miraheze.
Jan 6 2019
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Nov 8 2018
Uh, after I posted this, I found this phab task and understood that it's just a natural process during update.
Sep 2 2018
@Wedhro I thought the Italian community has decided to move the wiki to a server hosted by Carlb. Can you tell me what's going on? And which version will be the official one as the final result?
Please see CVTwiki. It did stop from time to time due to various kinds of errors.
Hmm, sounds good to me (though the speed limit is sometimes problematic for my activities). Thanks for your comment.
Sep 1 2018
P.S. I also wish I could edit the reason. Not all massive blocking is due to proxies.
Aug 31 2018
Reopened per above.
Aug 27 2018
This is probably because the website in question is not whitelisted. We had a security issue, and currently only trusted external sites are whitelisted. You can ask for the site(s) to be whitelisted or manually upload the images on your wiki.
I have to reopen the task, because the image from https://mirrors.creativecommons.org is not displayed properly; at least, it looks like you're using the one from the mirror website for CC BY-NC banners, which is:
My pleasure :)
Aug 26 2018
- Script removal should be done by oversighters (so that local admins cannot restore).
- One of the problems is that the guy who made the script has been inactive for months (see this). I'm not sure whether anyone can make a contact.
- Also, at least one of the admins there hosts multiple wikis; those wikis should also be investigated (I'll send a list on CVT channel if necessary).
Aug 24 2018
Wow, that was fast. Thanks as always :)
I've enabled protection for the next 24 hours. Can you do it within it? Thanks.
Aug 22 2018
To who perform the modification: can you notify me beforehand on Meta so that I can protect the site from being edited?
Aug 12 2018
Turning things back.
Aug 5 2018
Confirmed. Thanks for your help :)
Thanks, but I'd like to reopen the task.
Aug 4 2018
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Aug 2 2018
As I mentioned above, those who can access the logs should be limited to: admins (local), BCs (local), CVTs (global), Stewards (global), and Sysadmins (global).
The userpage itself can be dangerous, because some vandals try to register address/phone numbers for their user name. I have a filter to prevent most of them. but still it's not 100% perfect, and those vandals can intentionally create logs (which happened in my previous wiki before moving). Thus, that is still not enough.
the very "what" can contain private info or hints (because I've blacklisted creation of some pages).
Although all the filters are private, anyone can see which filter was triggered on which actions, pages, etc. from Special:AbuseLog. This is the very page I'd like to have it hidden.
Uh, well, I guess I forgot to add sysadmins. They should also be able to see the logs. Thanks again.
@Reception123 It's OK, I can wait.
As you can see here, there's this ⧼log-show-hide-comment⧽ displayed, and now we can't even toggle to display comments by clicking it.
Jul 28 2018
Thanks for your help, but I checked and it doesn't seem to be working properly. I want the logs displayed but it isn't, with a broken link option.
Jul 26 2018
Jul 25 2018
I found that it can be done by setting $wgCommentsSortDescending to "true" (which the default value is false). Thus, it's not so difficult, and I think you guys can handle it soon. Thanks again.
Uh, we're still discussing, but I'll reopen/repost the task when we make a final decision to create another namespace. So you can just close it for now.
Jul 16 2018
Actually, you don't. You can do it by yourself from Special:ManageWiki. Follow the guide written here.
Jul 15 2018
I think the MobileFrontend is enabled by default. As for the VisualEditor, you need to make a request anyway, though.
Jul 14 2018
See the comment above. It's only half resolved.
Thanks, but I also requested it to be shown on logs by default. I still have to click "Show comments" button for it.
OK.. If that's the case, we might decide not to migrate contents that should be kept private (or create another wiki). Thank you for your response.
Jul 13 2018
Jun 30 2018
@Vlad26t You should stop continuing to triage your task as high, as sysadmins don't think so. In general, your task should be triaged as normal. The exception for this is something very and globally important, while your request is a local one. Even if you triage your task as normal, it will probably be done within a few days or so, so please wait.
Jun 29 2018
OK, I understood what happened, but I think this change should be noticed widely (as this is an important change, meaning, for example, that we can no longer export our contents to Wikipedia or Illogicopedia, where CC BY-SA 3.0 is still used, which might affect some wikis). I am also concerned, since, as far as I know, there seems to be no open discussion on this matter in the community.
Jun 26 2018
Confimed your changes. Thank you :)
Jun 24 2018
Well, that is something you can do by yourself. See this page.