Still it can be set to something (variable was not depracated if I
understand the page correctly) and potentionally be used by some extensions
and/or futher versions of core.
And if the value wasn't depracated, it should be set to working real email
address. If it is depracated, it should be removed. No matter what is true,
something should be done.
Note that I don't know if [hidden email] is valid contact. I did not try
send a mail to it - as it is "emergency contact" according to the settings,
I don't want to spam if it is working (and it can be, as there are mx
The question I'm raising is if we accept mail on wikipedia.org and if we
do, why we use wikipedia.org instead of wikimedia.org which is more
frequent domain for mail and which will make more sense for global setting
applicable to literally all projects WMF run.
Dne út 29. kvě 2018 22:48 uživatel K. Peachey <[hidden email]> napsal:
On Tue, May 29, 2018 at 10:09 PM, Martin Urbanec <
[hidden email]> wrote:
> The question I'm raising is if we accept mail on wikipedia.org and if we
> do, why we use wikipedia.org instead of wikimedia.org which is more
> frequent domain for mail and which will make more sense for global setting
> applicable to literally all projects WMF run.
As I understand, wikipedia.org still technically works as a domain for
email, mostly as a holdover from the really old days (I'm talking like
2003). So I think the most likely explanation here is that this field was
never updated and there was never a reason to if the address still