bugzilla | 1 May 02:53 2007
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[Bug 9749] New: Time out of edit causes change to be lost.

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9749

           Summary: Time out of edit causes change to be lost.
           Product: MediaWiki
           Version: 1.9.3
          Platform: PC
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Normal
         Component: Page editing
        AssignedTo: wikibugs-l@...
        ReportedBy: ronp@...

In a system where users must be logged in to edit, if an edit form is submitted
beyond the expiry period, only a message to log in again is presented and all
text changes lost. This occurs if someone has spent too long editing and is
unaware of the pending expiry. Pushing the back button with Explorer 7 yields
only an "expired page" message with all previously entered text unavailable. If
the post page would a least maintain a copy of the newly entered text, the user
could regain their logged in status without losing all their hard work.

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bugzilla | 1 May 02:59 2007
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[Bug 9749] Changes lost when submitting an edit after the session has expired

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9749

robchur@... changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Summary|Time out of edit causes     |Changes lost when submitting
                   |change to be lost.          |an edit after the session
                   |                            |has expired

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bugzilla | 1 May 03:42 2007
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[Bug 5962] Update for Italian language (it)

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5962

------- Additional Comments From broken.arrow@...  2007-05-01 01:42 UTC -------
Thanks. All issues were addressed on Betawiki earlier today and are waiting to
be committed (hopefully in time for 1.10 branching). 

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bugzilla | 1 May 04:40 2007
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[Bug 9616] Feature: Templates on image pages cause images with watermarks

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9616

------- Additional Comments From gmaxwell@...  2007-05-01
02:40 UTC -------
So, what we'll have is a column added to the image table called img_class
(varchar(255)), and a magic word {{MEDIACLASS:css_classname_here}}, when this
magic word ends up on an image page (either via a template or directly) the
image table will be updated to set img_class to css_classname_here. XSS and
other weird stuff will be prevented by some sanity checking on the classname. 
When a thumbnail is  displayed we use the provided class name (taking it from
the cache or the database if it is not in the cache).

I don't think there would be any performance impact from this change and it
should be easy to make it work across the commons/localwiki boundry.  As a
matter of policy we can define a standard naming convention for classes, but
mediawiki doesn't need to know about the policy, it only provides the mechanism.

If people are okay with this, I'll see that it gets coded. 

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bugzilla | 1 May 04:53 2007
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[Bug 9616] Feature: Templates on image pages cause images with watermarks

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9616

------- Additional Comments From Simetrical+wikibugs@... 
2007-05-01 02:53 UTC -------
Would a CSS class be sufficient?  It would be difficult to impossible to have
scaling watermarks, for instance; they'd have to be tiled.  That's unless people
toss in JS.

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bugzilla | 1 May 04:56 2007
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[Bug 9616] Feature: Templates on image pages cause images with watermarks

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9616

------- Additional Comments From gmaxwell@...  2007-05-01
02:56 UTC -------
an alternative operation would be something like, at parse time the img_class
column is built up additvely from multiple {{MEDIACLASS:}} statements. 

For example if an image page (and its templates) contained
{{MEDIACLASS:nonfree}}... {{MEDIACLASS:commonsdelete}}... {{MEDIACLASS:nudity}}
...  the resulting img_class column would be "img_nonfree_commonsdelete_nudity"
and this value would be set on the images for local/user css/js to act on as it
sees fit (it would have to iterate over all images checking their classes
against patterns).

This adds a little complexity to what was proposed above, and moves a little of
the policy (all begin with img_) into mediawiki, but I think it would work
better with the way that an image's description is build up additively from
templates.

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bugzilla | 1 May 04:57 2007
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[Bug 9616] Feature: Templates on image pages cause images with watermarks

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9616

------- Additional Comments From gmaxwell@...  2007-05-01
02:57 UTC -------
I don't know.. how much do we want to avoid JS for these applications? I think
that JS is fine (and my last comment would pretty much require JS to do anything
at all).

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bugzilla | 1 May 05:01 2007
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[Bug 9616] Feature: Templates on image pages cause images with watermarks

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9616

------- Additional Comments From Simetrical+wikibugs@... 
2007-05-01 03:01 UTC -------
Yeah, maybe.  It doesn't seem to me that concatenation is the way to go,
incidentally.  Classes are space-separated, so best to use that: just have
class="nonfree commonsdelete nudity".  I'd let different wikis establish their
own conventions for the class names, too, not force any special prefix.  (In
particular, it seems likely that foreign-language wikis might want localized
prefixes.  Remember that any Unicode character except some reserved ASCII marks
and maybe a few insane ones can appear in class names.)

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bugzilla | 1 May 07:47 2007
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[Bug 9742] Update for Lithuanian language (lt)

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9742

raimond.spekking@... changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |FIXED

------- Additional Comments From raimond.spekking@... 
2007-05-01 05:47 UTC -------
Applied with r21741.

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bugzilla | 1 May 07:51 2007
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[Bug 9740] Update for Cantonese language (zh-yue) #27

http://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9740

raimond.spekking@... changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |FIXED

------- Additional Comments From raimond.spekking@... 
2007-05-01 05:51 UTC -------
Applied with r21742.

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