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            Bug ID: 58725
           Summary: Flow: moderated content inconsistencies
           Product: MediaWiki extensions
           Version: master
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Unprioritized
         Component: Flow
    Classification: Unclassified
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If I go to a history view, recent changes view, watchlist view, or
contributions view on and see a revision that was reverted or deleted, I
can see the name of the user who authored the reverted/deleted revision. If the
revision was deleted, I see a strikethrough on the timestamp, indicating that
the revision was deleted.

If I go to the RC, watchlist, or contribs view and look at moderated Flow
content, I see:

* the username of the person whose post was hidden, and a misleading
strikethrough on the timestamp
* "Username suppressed" instead of the username of a person whose post was
deleted or suppressed, and a strikethrough on the timestamp

I should be able to see the username of the person whose content was hidden or
deleted (and suppressed? need to ping an oversighter to verify this),
regardless of whether I have permission to view the actual change. I shouldn't
see a strikethrough on the timestamp of content that's been hidden, since this
is equivalent to reverting.

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