When I make a binding edit to a tag wiki or tag wiki excerpt from the revision history as a 20k+ user during the grace period (editing the individual portion rather than both at the same time), and proceed to save my edit, I get redirected back to the site home page rather than to the wiki I was editing.
Steps to reproduce:
- Go to a tag wiki description page of a tag that has a wiki (such as design). (This can be accessed by clicking "Learn more" from the general tag link).
- Click "History", then click the "Edit" button on the latest revision.
- Type up and save an edit. This will direct you back to the tag wiki page.
- Repeat step 2.
- Make another edit within 5 minutes of saving the prior edit.
The expected behavior is that one should be redirected back to the tag wiki page they were editing, which was at
/tags/[tag name]/info, as with the initial edit. However, instead, I'm directed back to the site home page. This is inconsistent with the behavior for questions and answers, on which I'm redirected back to the post I was editing on grace period edits. The above expected behavior is what correctly happens when I make a tag wiki edit using the "Edit tag info" form that edits both the wiki and the excerpt (which also incorrectly generates a new revision every time).
Can this please be fixed?
Update: This only seems to happen when performing the instructions in this post's first revision shortly after making another edit, to make a grace period edit. When making an edit that generates a new revision, I get directed back to the wiki page as expected. I thought it happened all the time, but was initially unable to reproduce on a (substantive) tag wiki edit I made today, then I remembered that my prior reproduction attempts were all grace period edits (which were to try and reproduce this other bug). As such, I've updated the instructions.