Sorry, apparently I stopped getting notifications on this site. Anyway, with regards to the RSS changes I made, I don't really care what license it gets released under. My changes aren't that big or show stopping.
--Cmreigrut 22:43, 5 November 2009 (UTC)
Stammtisch im Walzwerk (11. März)
Hallo Daniel, unser nächster Stammtisch wird am 11. März im Walzwerk (Mission) stattfinden. Für die An- bzw. Abmeldung steht seit gestern die Seite Wikipedia:San Francisco zur Verfügung. Freue mich schon auf ein Wiedersehen :-) --Frank Schulenburg (talk) 23:11, 27 February 2014 (UTC) P.S. Bitte trag dich auch ein, wenn dir ein anderer Termin besser passen würde.
For https://wikistats.wmflabs.org/display.php?t=wp&s=images_asc - is it possible to rename the column Images to Files? And change the links from Special:Imagelist to the standard name Special:ListFiles? 220.127.116.11 21:35, 10 August 2016 (UTC)
- Yes, it is. I have created a task and assigned it to myself at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T142732 Mutante (talk) 18:03, 11 August 2016 (UTC)
Re https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T142730 - nostalgia is only a snapshot of the English Wikipedia and not listed at meta:List of Wikipedias/Table. It is nice to have these stats, but mixing them with the Wikipedias of a different nature will cause some extra work in several cases. It says "4 users" - I doubt that that was true and now when following the link one gets a list of 6 users. Maybe list it under wmspecial http://wikistats.wmflabs.org/display.php?t=wx , which has test and could additionally receive test2. 18.104.22.168 21:43, 11 August 2016 (UTC)
- I deleted 'nostalgia' from the Wikipedias table. I wanted to add it to "wmspecials" as suggested and noticed it already was in there. I added "test2" to "wmspecials". I also added "wikimania2016". I deleted wikmedia.org.mo (Macau). I deleted the description column in wmspecials by accident and had to re-add them. Mutante (talk) 03:00, 15 August 2016 (UTC)
The regex that was configured for you on Git/Reviewers for Operations/Puppet still doesn't seem quite right: (
ERROR:root:Could not process file regexp '^modules/(bugzilla_static|gerrit|phabricator|planet|wikistats)/|^manifests/role/(phabricator|planet|wikistats/instance)\\.pp|^manifests/profile/(phabricator/main|gerrit/server|wikistats)|\\.pp)' -- ignoring
). I tried to clean it up, but couldn't quite figure out what the intention was:
- manifests/role and manifests/profile don't seem to exist anymore, so I think those can be removed altogether?
- I *think* the final \.pp probably belonged to the manifests/profile set?
Which would give you
If the goal was to also get added on any patches that edit *any* puppet files then the regex should be
If the manifests/role & manifests/profile stuff is actually intended to be there (maybe an upcoming refactoring), just adding a ( at the start or removing the ) at the end would work:
depending on the intention of the final .pp.
Thanks! I updated it again to "/^modules/(gerrit|phabricator|bugzilla_static|wikistats|planet)/|^module/(profile|role)/manifests/(gerrit|phabricator|bugzilla_static|planet)/)".
The pathes are supposed to be modules/profile/(manifests) and modules/role/(manifests), not manifests/role and manifest/profile.
The intention is i want to be added for:
modules/phabricator/* modules/gerrit/* modules/planet/* modules/wikistats/* modules/bugzilla_static/*
But also to:
modules/profile/manifests/phabricator/* modules/profile/manifests/gerrit/* modules/profile/wikistats.pp and modules/profile/wikistats/*
modules/role/manifests/phabricator.pp modules/role/manifests/gerrit.pp and modules/role/manifests/gerrit/* modules/role/manifests/planet.pp modules/role/manifests/wikistats/instance.pp
I did not ask specifically but it also wasn't without a reason. It was because i answered a support request in #mediawiki which needed admin rights. Feel free to do whatever. Mutante (talk) 23:52, 11 March 2020 (UTC)