Last modified: 2014-11-20 09:11:04 UTC
In accordance with Brion, I open this tracking bugzilla for MediaWiki plus
ENotif/Eauthent, starting with
Users, who are interested in ENotif are asked to add their address to the CC
list of http://bugzilla.wikipedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=454
# Bug 181 Assign lasting ID to latest revision of articles
# Bug 454 E-mail notification (EN) for page changes of watch-listed pages,
user_talk page, and for new pages
# Bug 536 For pages on watchlist save last seen version number
# Bug 581 treat user_talk pages as every other "normal" page
# Bug 603 Delete + undelete cycle doesn't preserve old_id
# Bug 727 Number of watching users per page to be shown on recent changes view
# Bug 782 User option "show only the current revisions of pages" suppresses
listing of all older revisions of pages in recent changes view
# Bug 804 create an LVR REPOSITORY for last-visited revisions until they are visited
# Bug 824 user preference page: do not show help for realname if "realname"
field is disabled by sysop
# Bug 866 Email authentication (EA) by mailing a temporary one-time password
# Bug 952 table user gets a new column user_emailauthenticationtimestamp
# Bug 959 address must comply RFC-822 (or RFC-2822 ?)
# Bug 1363 Enotif Reset Nofication Flags does not work
# Bug 1370 ENotif mails are not automatically reenabled after sent when watching
users visits watched and notified page
# Bug 1541 "mail me a new password" email has no FROM:
# Bug 1572 Add diff link to "You have new messages"
# Bug 1746 Subject of email-notifications must be quoted-printable.
# Bug 1855 waste through varchar in database
# Bug 1876 Show "You have new messages on your user or user_talk page" -- i.e.
both pages are notified
# Bug 1895 renaming "(diff)" and "(last)" on recent changes and hist
The title was adapted, because "EConfirm", "EC", "e-mail address confirmation"
is the new term for what was formerly known as EAuthent",
"EA", "e-mail address authentication".
See bug 866 for detailed description of EConfirm, wich sends a token now
Adding 'tracking' keyword.
Added a bunch more. This component needs some love, even if Echo will replace its functionality in the medium-term for Wikimedia, as I imagine third parties may wish to keep using it.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Added a bunch more. This component needs some love, even if Echo will replace
> its functionality in the medium-term for Wikimedia, as I imagine third
> parties > may wish to keep using it.
I don't think that Echo is useful and can replace E-Notif. E-Notif as a "push" method is essential for many of us.
Echo will include sending e-mails to users about events of different types; it will be configurable, but it will be a superset of ENOTIF's functionality, AFAIAA.
Probably of interest for people here: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Requests_for_comment/UserMailer_Refactor