reporter | 1 Aug 05:00 2011
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Bugzilla Weekly Report

MediaWiki Bugzilla Report for July 25, 2011 - August 01, 2011

Status changes this week

Bugs NEW               :  225                                 
Bugs ASSIGNED          :  23                                  
Bugs REOPENED          :  34                                  
Bugs RESOLVED          :  138                                 

Total bugs still open: 5878                                

Resolutions for the week:

Bugs marked FIXED      :  73                                  
Bugs marked REMIND     :  0                                   
Bugs marked INVALID    :  38                                  
Bugs marked DUPLICATE  :  12                                  
Bugs marked WONTFIX    :  7                                   
Bugs marked WORKSFORME :  6                                   
Bugs marked LATER      :  3                                   
Bugs marked MOVED      :  0                                   

Specific Product/Component Resolutions & User Metrics 

New Bugs Per Component

Parser                              9                                   
General/Unknown                     7                                   
Special pages                       6                                   
MobileFrontend                      5                                   
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Aran Dunkley | 1 Aug 08:54 2011
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Loading jQuery

Hello, I'm trying to update some of my extensions to work with the
ResourceLoader in 1.17, and I can't work out how to get jQuery to load.
I've tried the example at
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/ResourceLoader/Migration_guide_for_extension_developers

and tried adding it directly,
$out->addModules( array( 'jquery.ui' ) );

But nothing I do will actually get the script to load and become
available, can anyone tell me the new syntax to get jQuery there?

Thanks,
Aran
Daniel Kinzler | 1 Aug 09:30 2011
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Re: "Ask the Developers" panel at Wikimania

On 31.07.2011 19:56, Brion Vibber wrote:
> I suppose I can make that :D
> 
> -- brion

On 31.07.2011 17:21, Roan Kattouw wrote:
> I'm in!
>
> Roan

Thanks guys! Let's talk about the details during the Dev Days. And perhaps we
can shanghai one or two more folks for the panel. Any suggestions?

-- daniel

> On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 9:16 AM, Daniel Kinzler <daniel <at> brightbyte.de>wrote:
> 
>> Hi all!
>>
>> Ask you may know, there will be an "Ask the Developers" panel at Wikimania.
>> However, there are no developers to ask, yet :)  To make this work, we need
>> a
>> few lead WMF developers on the stage, ready to answer questions. So please
>> let
>> me know if you would be willing to do that, or tell me who I could ask to
>> take
>> part in the panel.
>>
>> In any case I want to invite all developers to be there at least in the
>> audience, so specific questions can be answered directly by someone working
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Uwe Baumbach | 1 Aug 13:14 2011
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Using java applet for DJVU files ?

Hi,

due to our  rather "aged" target audience only 15% of our wiki users have installed the djvu plugin from Lizardtech.

Some doesn´t understand that a special has to be installed, others have technical or/and emotional
problems with installing any third (browser) software, add-ons, plugins, viewer from "somewhere"...

So my question:
is there a way to use in Mediawiki a java based solution like javadjvu
http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/javadjvu and if so, can some give a advice for a current supported
java based djvu viewer and how to integrate in Mediawiki?

Project javadjvu seems to be dead?!

Uwe (Baumbach)
U.Baumbach <at> web.de
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Jelle Zijlstra | 1 Aug 13:51 2011
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Re: Loading jQuery

Are you aware that jQuery and jQuery UI are two different things?

2011/8/1 Aran Dunkley <aran <at> organicdesign.co.nz>

> Hello, I'm trying to update some of my extensions to work with the
> ResourceLoader in 1.17, and I can't work out how to get jQuery to load.
> I've tried the example at
>
> http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/ResourceLoader/Migration_guide_for_extension_developers
>
> and tried adding it directly,
> $out->addModules( array( 'jquery.ui' ) );
>
> But nothing I do will actually get the script to load and become
> available, can anyone tell me the new syntax to get jQuery there?
>
> Thanks,
> Aran
>
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Aran Dunkley | 1 Aug 13:55 2011
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Re: Loading jQuery

Yes I'm using both jQuery and jQueryUI in some of my extensions and
they've broken in MediaWiki 1.17 because neither of them are being
loaded any more. I've tried many different variations of using
$wgOut->addModules and setting items in $wgResourceModules but no matter
what I do I can't seem to get the jQuery scripts to load. The browsers
error log just says that the $, jQuery and other functions aren't defined.

On 01/08/11 23:51, Jelle Zijlstra wrote:
> Are you aware that jQuery and jQuery UI are two different things?
> 
> 2011/8/1 Aran Dunkley <aran <at> organicdesign.co.nz>
> 
>> Hello, I'm trying to update some of my extensions to work with the
>> ResourceLoader in 1.17, and I can't work out how to get jQuery to load.
>> I've tried the example at
>>
>> http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/ResourceLoader/Migration_guide_for_extension_developers
>>
>> and tried adding it directly,
>> $out->addModules( array( 'jquery.ui' ) );
>>
>> But nothing I do will actually get the script to load and become
>> available, can anyone tell me the new syntax to get jQuery there?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Aran
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> Wikitech-l mailing list
>> Wikitech-l <at> lists.wikimedia.org
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Re: "Ask the Developers" panel at Wikimania

Fish bowl is easy. You have two concentric circles of chairs. The inner circle are the people speaking. When
someone in the inner circle has spoken their piece, they get up, and somebody from the outer circle can move
in. Less pressure on the speakers to say something. If you have nothing sensible to say, you get up!
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behalf of Daniel Kinzler [daniel <at> brightbyte.de]
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To: Wikimedia developers
Subject: Re: [Wikitech-l] "Ask the Developers" panel at Wikimania

On 31.07.2011 19:56, Brion Vibber wrote:
> I suppose I can make that :D
>
> -- brion

On 31.07.2011 17:21, Roan Kattouw wrote:
> I'm in!
>
> Roan

Thanks guys! Let's talk about the details during the Dev Days. And perhaps we
can shanghai one or two more folks for the panel. Any suggestions?

-- daniel

> On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 9:16 AM, Daniel Kinzler <daniel <at> brightbyte.de>wrote:
>
>> Hi all!
>>
>> Ask you may know, there will be an "Ask the Developers" panel at Wikimania.
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Vahid Ghasemian | 1 Aug 17:06 2011
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LaTeX Formula in Math Extension with Supporting Arabic Digits and scripts in Wikipedia

I'm one of the users of Farsi Wikipedia. I've been wondering to add
thesupporting of Farsi Digits and Scripts in Math Extension of MediaWiki (in
LaTeX mode).

Arabi, is a good package under LaTeX that supports Arabic or Persian
digits and scripts. this pacakge is available in MiKTeX 2.5 and newer pacakges
of LaTeX. For more information about this package, please read these links:

http://www.mail-archive.com/ctan-ann <at> dante.de/msg00778.html

http://www.tug.org/texlive/Contents/live/texmf-dist/doc/latex/arabi/user_guide.pdf

For testing a sample file, please go to

http://sciencesoft.at/index.jsp?link=latex&js=0&lang=en

and copy-paste this code to the blank Area and click the "Start LaTeX" button:

% Start of the Code
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[T1,LFE,LAE]{fontenc}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage[farsi,arabic,english]{babel}
\TOCLanguage{farsi}

\makeatletter
%due to a bug in ARABI in which the command \textRL is not
%changed to write Farsi though the main TOC language is Farsi.
\def\textRL#1{{\expandafter\ <at> farsi <at> R{#1}}}

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Daniel Kinzler | 1 Aug 17:54 2011
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Re: "Ask the Developers" panel at Wikimania

On 01.08.2011 15:50, Russell N. Nelson - rnnelson wrote:
> Fish bowl is easy. You have two concentric circles of chairs. The inner
> circle are the people speaking. When someone in the inner circle has spoken
> their piece, they get up, and somebody from the outer circle can move in.
> Less pressure on the speakers to say something. If you have nothing sensible
> to say, you get up!

yea, the mechanics are easy enough, but i have the impression that you need to
have a bit of experience to actually make it work. especially if the outer
circle is 50 people - or 200, who knows. Also, we'll probably not be able to
change the room layout too much, so circles may not be possible at all. I'll ask
dror about that if i see him tonight.

-- daniel
Magnus Manske | 1 Aug 20:18 2011

WOM

In case you missed it all the way over there in Haifa:-)

http://dirkriehle.com/2011/07/29/technical-report-on-wom-an-object-model-for-wikitext/

Gmane