tstarling at wikimedia
Aug 9, 2012, 9:13 PM
Post #4 of 6
There's an extension called LiveHTTPHeaders which allows the relevant
Re: Periodic updates from bits.wikimedia.org
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request information to be captured and saved to a file.
Open it from the tools menu, then do the things that are slow while
it's opened, then click "save all" and save it to a file. Don't post
the file publically, since it will contain your login cookies, but you
can send it to Krinkle as an email attachment, if he wants it.
-- Tim Starling
On 10/08/12 11:21, Eugene Zelenko wrote:
> Hi, Krinkle!
> I'm very sorry for beginner question, but how could get such log in
> Firefox 14? Is some extension available which could dump all pages
> with timestamps downloaded to view particular page? Or may be Firefox
> could do this itself?
> On Thu, Aug 9, 2012 at 7:59 AM, Krinkle <krinklemail [at] gmail> wrote:
>> On Aug 9, 2012, at 4:49 PM, Eugene Zelenko wrote:
>>> I noticed that content from bits.wikimedia.org (including WikiEditor)
>>> is updated quite regularly - ~ every 20 minutes on Commons.
>>> Such behavior is definitely creates problem for users with slow
>>> connections or with payed data traffic.
>> Can you elaborate a bit? (urls, timestamps, http headers, ..)
>> -- Krinkle
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