HTTPS in SVG namespaces

I know JavaScript Review Tool warns you whenever it sees an http:// link in the script code, but https:// links in SVG namespaces are not what WDS icons are using and, as I mentioned here before, they are not going to throw Mixed Content errors as they are not used for schema retrieval. Did the Content Review team decide to keep changing these links nonetheless?

Cheers! -- Cube-shaped garbage can 16:52, August 15, 2018 (UTC)

Heh, mea culpa! Thanks for the reminder! Gotta learn to avoid dental work while doing JS Review! Reversions should have all gone through by now. -- CzechOut 21:08, August 15, 2018 (UTC)


How exactly does Notiplus violate GDPR? I don't think I've seen any explanation of it. -- Cube-shaped garbage can 22:51, August 22, 2018 (UTC)

JSRT team felt its cookie handling was concerning. -- CzechOut 22:57, August 22, 2018 (UTC)
So basically, if the cookie storage is changed to localStorage it won't be violating GDPR? There's absolutely no reason for Notiplus to be using cookies anyways. -- Cube-shaped garbage can 22:59, August 22, 2018 (UTC)
Hey, we're still mulling this thing over, but we presumptively think that localStorage (or just storage) is not any better, legally, than a cookie. So I've temporarily hit the "pause" button and returned the code to a blank state. Please give us some more time to investigate the issue, consult with other colleagues, and come up with a better alternative. Thanks. :) -- CzechOut 15:16, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
Hey again :) Thanks for your patience as we discussed this a bit more deeply. After some further consultation we think a solution like this would probably be the easiest way to satisfy GDPR and involve the least work. Please incorporate something like:
if ($.cookie('tracking-opt-in-status') === 'accepted') {
    // user opted in to tracking so do something here
...and then resubmit. Thanks! -- CzechOut 18:52, August 23, 2018 (UTC)

Rejection of MassRename

I noticed MassRename's revision was rejected recently (I'm assuming it was you to reject it, but please point me to the Staff member that did if you weren't) after several changes (not counting tidying ones). No reasoning was provided on the talkpage or user's Community Central Message Wall, so I was just curious why was it rejected. It has been approved after I made a security fix completely unrelated to any of the previous changes, as the security issue was in there since 18th August.

Kind regards. -- Cube-shaped garbage can 21:40, August 28, 2018 (UTC)

Sorry if I confused you! It was a quirk of having multiple submissions of the same script in the JS Review tool simultaneously. Since your revision came only a minute or two thereafter, I decided it would just be a lot faster and simpler to approve your revision, rather than explaining what had happened to a now-out-of-date revision. -- CzechOut 22:07, August 28, 2018 (UTC)
Oh, interesting. Thanks for the explanation. -- Cube-shaped garbage can 22:08, August 28, 2018 (UTC)


Just see right up of CSSForTheColorBlind--*Lac*() 09:48, February 25, 2019 (UTC)

Dude why did you deny my JS for Habbo Wiki?

has the same JS, but it's approved? I don't understand. Is this favoritism?

Or it because of the name has discord widget?

Either way. I'm going to keep submitting it until it gets accepted... 


I have left a reply on the talk page.
Andrewds1021 (talk) 21:23, May 25, 2020 (UTC)

Regarding Code Deletion Pages

I got to check my Wiki by curiosity yesterday on the afternoon, and it got me by surprise to see one of the codes malfunctioning, specifically Advisors. I got to check here for what was going on, and see if anybody did communicate this issue or any sort of maintenance announcement from their developers. Nothing was announced. I checked Special:RecentChanges, only to be surprised by the notice that the code was deleted without any previous warning.

I'm very interested to know if this kind of changes are supposed to be announced or not, and if it did get announced, please give me the link of the announcement to keep it and use it for other purposes. I'm very shook regarding this kind of deletion.

DiegoFire Network ¡Contáctame! 12:47, June 17, 2020 (UTC)

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