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rev-deleted-comment ("(edit summary removed)") should be changed to "summary removed", for consistency within the complete MediaWiki localization and the similar change done in revdelete-hide-comment ("Edit summary").

19:27, 20 September 2010

It's not always a comment, as far as I know. It can be an edit summary (if it was a regular edit) or a reason (if it was a log entry). I think we should leave it as is.

08:44, 27 September 2010
 

Should probably create a bugzilla issue for this. Takes too much time to casually look into.

ChangesList.php:                                return ' ' . $this->msg( 'rev-deleted-comment' )->escaped() . '';
EditPage.php:                           $data->log_comment = wfMsgHtml( 'rev-deleted-comment' );
FeedUtils.php:                          ? wfMsgHtml('rev-deleted-comment')
ImagePage.php:                  $row .= '<td>' . $this->msg( 'rev-deleted-comment' )->escaped() . '</td>';
Linker.php:                     $block = " " . wfMsgHtml( 'rev-deleted-comment' ) . "";
Linker.php:                     $block = " " . wfMsgHtml( 'rev-deleted-comment' ) . "";
logging/LogFormatter.php:                       $element = $this->getRestrictedElement( 'rev-deleted-comment' );
revisiondelete/RevisionDelete.php:                      $block = ' ' . $this->list->msg( 'rev-deleted-comment' )->escaped();
specials/SpecialUndelete.php:                           $this->msg( 'rev-deleted-comment' )->escaped() . '</span></span>';
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00:29, 6 August 2012

There are already many bugs filed for revdel messages confusion due to bad terminology and what not: what to do?

16:58, 6 August 2012

Send a mail to wikitech-l (?). If you do, ensure to make an indisputable case.

20:14, 6 August 2012

Nooo emails to wikitech-l are something I completely fail at (which is part of the reason why I'm subscribed with delivery disabled). I was just wondering if I should add yet another "reword revdel" bug maybe with some tracking bug, or just add to an existing bug. Either way, it's bound to be a bit confusing, not a trivial task for a dev as you noted.

21:41, 6 August 2012