I only updated the default (en-US) search plugin in mozilla-central for
Firefox desktop and Android. When you have time, please test whether you
can update your locale's wikipedia.xml to work with Wikipedia's HTTPS
search like en-US:
My change landed in Firefox Nightly 35, though I may ask to uplift it to
Please do not change any other search plugins to HTTPS until we
coordinate with each search partner. The tracking bug for the other
search plugins (Amazon, Bing, and eBay) is bug 771788.
Re: Using Wikipedia's HTTPS search by default for Firefox desktop and Android
Il 18/09/14 02:32, Chris Peterson ha scritto:
> Please do not change any other search plugins to HTTPS until we
> coordinate with each search partner. The tracking bug for the other
> search plugins (Amazon, Bing, and eBay) is bug 771788.
Please hold on on this change until I send a message out on the correct
Reminder: searchplugins are subject to productization rules, don't make
changes without explicit approval or instructions from l10n-drivers.
1. Update Wikipedia URLs to use https instead of http, on both /browser
(Firefox Desktop) and /mobile (Firefox for Android). Make sure you
update all URLs (there are 3 for each .xml file).
2. You can add extra images for about:newtab like en-US did  in bug
1026298, *ONLY* on Desktop, *NOT* on mobile.
3. Land the update on mozilla-aurora and l10n-central (if you're
working there), referencing the tracking bug in your commit to make
sign-off reviews easier. For the same reason land this change alone,
don't mix it with changes to unrelated files.
4. Comment in the tracking bug adding a link to the changeset.