Last modified: 2014-09-23 19:47:14 UTC
Translatable pages having a footer "This page was last modified on …" display a date/time unrelated to the translated content.
Better show the date/time of the last change of the most recently edited
component of a translated page rather than that of the (normally much older)
base page. I believe, users would interpret "latest change" pertaining to the translated text.
Changing component and summary.
This message is loaded in the "content language" by the core, not by the extension.
This affects multi-lingual wikis such as Commons as well.
The message is "MediaWiki:Lastmodifiedat" and, if there are no other problems, could simple be gotten got 'user language' instead of msgForContent.
Okay, found  it:
Adding keyword easy, but needs review because of possible parser cache consequences.
@ Krinkle: I think, you completely misunderstood the bug report. Reposting the
original as bug 27422
@ Siebrand: that's the reason why I did not try to solve the original issue -
I do not know enough of the workings of the parser cache to be sure, not to
screw it somehow.
Removing the "need-review" keyword because that is for bugs that have code patches that need review, and I do not see one attached. Adding "parser" per comment 3 -- I might be wrong there.
(In reply to Krinkle from comment #2)
For contributors (as there is the "easy" keyword): Skin.php is nowadays in git.wikimedia.org under mediawiki/core/includes. Credits.php might be mediawiki/core/includes/actions/CreditsAction.php nowadays.