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Opened 6 weeks ago

Last modified 5 weeks ago

#7558 accepted enhancement

Swahili /support and /team

Reported by: javiercasares's profile JavierCasares Owned by: tobifjellner's profile tobifjellner
Milestone: Priority: normal
Component: International Sites (Rosetta) Keywords:
Cc:

Description

Hello.

A few days ago at the WordPress Switzerland Community Day we had the opportunity to speak with @lumiblog about the possibility of empowering Swahili in the WordPress community, and we mentioned the forums and P2 for the team, which in Swahili Rosetta are not activated.

Would it be possible to activate the /support and /team, to activate the forums and the possibility of energizing the community? There is a lot of mobile knowledge there, and it is possible to get more contributors to the WordPress Mobile team, but they need the tools for it.

Furthermore, considering that @lumiblog is getting involved in the local community, I also propose to make him Locale Manager.

Ping: @mrfroasty, @ojagero

Props: @patricia70

Change History (3)

#1 @Patricia70
6 weeks ago

Thanks @JavierCasares!
For context, the notes taken during the Switzerland Community Day are available here Direct link to the conversation involving Patrick Lumumba

Patrick Lumumba @lumiblog is also in the "Noteworthy Contributors" of the 6.5 credits and an enthusiastic contributor!

#2 @tobifjellner
6 weeks ago

  • Owner set to tobifjellner
  • Status changed from new to accepted

Hi friends.
I'll set that up later tonight. I'll set @lumiblog as LM, /team admin and Keymaster in the forum.

#3 @dd32
5 weeks ago

It looks like something went wrong during the creation of these sites.

The sites were created, the options look correct, but the urls are completely wrong, which has caused some flow-on effects for other processes on wporg.

wp> get_blog_details();

class WP_Site#4095 (16) {
  public $blog_id =>
  string(3) "731"
  public $domain =>
  string(16) "sw.wordpress.org"
  public $path =>
  string(9) "/support/"
  public $site_id =>
  string(1) "6"

  public $siteurl =>
  string(31) "https://sw.global.wordpress.org"
  public $home =>
  string(31) "https://sw.global.wordpress.org"
}

wp> site_url();
string(31) "https://sw.global.wordpress.org"

While debugging, I cleared the cache for these sites, which resulted in site_url() returning correctly.
get_blog_details() still lists the incorrect URL, I suspect there's a cache that's not being cleared properly here somewhere..

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