A tag for tickets that has an extension review requirement.
Wed, Apr 10
Per talk internally, the extension is basically js and also per @Void suggestion.
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Mar 18 2019
The extension itself looks pretty simple (easy to add), although you may want to consider built in collapsible elements.
https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Spoilers Here's one on git.
The code is right on the page?
Not in a Git repository thus declined.
Unfortunately, we do not have this extension installed on Miraheze Servers, so it will have to go through a security review.
Feb 27 2019
Feb 20 2019
@MikeV It has been installed and added to ManageWiki, so you may now enable it on your wikis.
Feb 19 2019
Since the extension is very simple, John has said it is okay to be installed. I will proceed with the install soon.
Feb 18 2019
Feb 14 2019
(Thanks to Reception123 for relaying my message earlier; I was locked out of Phabricator here.)
@Void no you could still do things like this:
Feb 13 2019
Will need a security review.
Isn't that resolved by using htmlspecialchars on line 164, as that is what defines $minCountInput?
Note from @Samwilson:
Will need to be security reviewed.
Feb 4 2019
Neither are in Git.
We cannot install WarnNoCategories as it's not in git (and seems no longer available either)
Wiki specific coding per above. Until that is fixed, this isn't going to be added.
Jan 27 2019
Declining as you can do this in widgets.
Jan 17 2019
Security review is needed, although I will say from the beginning that the fact that the extension docs on MediaWiki.org says that its only compatible with the “master” version of MediaWIki (i.e. the latest development and WMF version which we aren’t running) is a red flag. However it does appear that there are versions of the extension available for older versions of MediaWiki, so I’d assume that would include the current stable and LTS versions.
Jan 14 2019
The MediaWiki documentation page says that the extension was last updated in 2014, which is out-of-date for a production system like Miraheze that is concerned about security and bugs and the like. However, MediaWiki docs have a notorious reputation for being out of date themselves and thus reporting incorrect information, so I’ll let the reviewers take a look.
Jan 13 2019
It hasn’t been updated for the past four years, thus declined
so i can use monaco skin?
Security review of the skin is required. However, the fact that the MediaWiki documention page says “Status: Unkown” doesn’t inspire my confidence. Also it appears that this is a customized Wikia skin and so I don’t know if it would be compatible with Miraheze or not.
Jan 11 2019
You could load it in as a gadget, by moving MediaWiki:Slick.js and MediaWiki:Slick.css to MediaWiki:Gadget-Slick.js and MediaWiki:Gadget-Slick.css. Then add the following to MediaWiki:Gadgets-definition:
Then, you could create MediaWiki:Gadget-Slick with information on what it does.
Even if its code is hosted under the wiki? as pointed in
@Corey We have an HTTP Content Security Policy, which prevents loading external sources that aren’t whitelisted
Why would this need to pass a security review? Anything loaded on the page would be restricted to the warfra.ml wiki and wouldn't affect the rest of Miraheze.
Jan 10 2019
Hmm.. not sure if this quite qualifies as an extension, but it will still need to pass security review due to it being something external from the MediaWiki core.
Jan 6 2019
The extension has been installed and globally enabled.
GitHub pull requests are ready for this task, just need to be approved.