There seems to be something new, can you please add this lintercathegory to the tool? I have no clue what I should do to fix these errors jet. Lómelinde (talk) 08:47, 11 May 2023 (UTC)
- See Wikipedia talk:Linter. This tracking flag should not be added to the table, at least not yet. There is no "fix" for this condition, and the Linter code is generating a lot of false positives at this time. – Jonesey95 (talk) 23:34, 11 May 2023 (UTC)
it has stopped working yesterday. Maybe the last softwareupdate or serverproblem. Please take a look. Lómelinde (talk) 10:55, 26 May 2023 (UTC)
- Yup, still not updating. Hope it's something easy to correct. Zinnober9 (talk) 21:55, 29 May 2023 (UTC)
- It is running now, seems to be confused with some database updates/resets. --Lómelinde (talk) 09:07, 30 May 2023 (UTC)
Discontent Content Issue 7
Welcome, subscribers, to the seventh Discontent Content newsletter! Discontent Content is a newsletter aiming to collate and improve Wikipedia articles in need of more eyes and hands to get them in shape. Its unique trimodal structure allows editors to work where they feel comfortable -- with stubs and starts needing to be brought to standard, mid-quality articles with Good or Featured potential, or quality-assessed articles needing help to maintain their status.
Articles in this category are those that need to be brought up to a minimum quality standard. Some will be stubs; others will be longer articles that nonetheless have significant concerns putting them far below B- or C-class adequacy.
This issue's Category 1 articles are:
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Articles in this category have been assessed through a content review process in the past, but may require work to be brought up to current GA/FA standard. Editors can help bring them to a level where the star or plus near their names can once again shine.
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News and updates for administrators from the past month (May 2023).
- Following an RfC, editors indefinitely site-banned by community consensus will now have all rights, including sysop, removed.
- As a part of the Wikimedia Foundation's IP Masking project, a new policy has been created that governs the access to temporary account IP addresses. An associated FAQ has been created and individual communities can increase the requirements to view temporary account IP addresses.
- Bot operators and tool maintainers should schedule time in the coming months to test and update their tools for the effects of IP masking. IP masking will not be deployed to any content wiki until at least October 2023 and is unlikely to be deployed to the English Wikipedia until some time in 2024.
- The arbitration case World War II and the history of Jews in Poland has been closed. The topic area of Polish history during World War II (1933-1945) and the history of Jews in Poland is subject to a "reliable source consensus-required" contentious topic restriction.
- Following a community referendum, the arbitration policy has been modified to remove the ability for users to appeal remedies to Jimbo Wales.