Can I please have the following SQL commands run against the Codex Mediawiki database?
INSERT INTO interwiki (iw_prefix, iw_url, iw_local, iw_trans) VALUES ('wporgmake', 'https://make.wordpress.org/$1', 1, 0);
INSERT INTO interwiki (iw_prefix, iw_url, iw_local, iw_trans) VALUES ('wporglearn', 'https://learn.wordpress.org/$1', 1, 0);
This is designed to allow us to create external links and redirects to handbooks, which (will) live in WordPress on make.wordpress.org and learn.wordpress.org.
Seeing mixed reports over the past few days of 500 responses when visiting codex.buddypress.org.
Most informative report so far:
Others report it maybe specific to Firefox on Windows; I have not been able to reproduce.
Can we get the Codex cache flushed?
This is assuming that commit r3672 to the deploy repo was done to the “live” SVN tag (0006). If not, it will need to be ported to the current branch in use and then the cache flushed.
To reduce CPU usage, I have enabled file-based caching on https://codex.wordpress.org/ In theory, when pages are edited, the cache should automatically be invalidation and logged in users should not be shown cached content. If it causes problems, please let me know. Initial reports show CPU usage has been reduced by about 75%