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Salvidrim commented Jan 2, 2018

Until we can support IPv6 (#139) we should at least provide some instructions as to what users should do instead of having them jump through hoops in the more unconventional of ways (see ticket 20206.......); feel free to reword as desired.

The other thing that needs addressing is global blocks but these should be directed to Meta and not the mailing list and I think they should be detectable in the same way as enwiki blocks are thus it would require actual coding of that

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Until we can support IPv6 (#139) we should at least provide some instructions as to what users should do instead of having them jump through hoops in the more unconventional of ways (see ticket 20206.......); feel free to reword as desired.

The other thing that needs addressing is global blocks but these should be directed to Meta and not the mailing list and I think they should be detectable in the same way as enwiki blocks are thus it would require actual coding of that

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Ipv6 support #139

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dqwiki commented Apr 2, 2018

-1 I'm working on the actual coding for now and the list has not become the optimal place for issues anymore. So gonna go with declined.

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