Adds the security_reports_mr_widget_prompt experiment feature flag

What does this MR do and why?

It adds a base experiment for a front end feature that hasn't been written yet. Part of https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/-/issues/333179.

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How to set up and validate locally

  1. Load any MR page and inspect window.gon.experiment and see that our security_reports_mr_widget_prompt experiment will be present and the variant will be control.
  2. Check the experiments_subject table to see that the namespace has been added to that table.
  3. Enable the experiment feature flag.
    Feature.enable(:security_reports_mr_widget_prompt, true)
  4. Load any MR page and inspect window.gon.experiment and see that our security_reports_mr_widget_prompt experiment will be present and the variant will be candidate.
  5. Check the experiments_subject table to see that the variant has been updated there.

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  8. If I am introducing a new expectation for existing data, I have confirmed that existing data meets this expectation or I have made this expectation optional rather than required.

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  2. I have informed the Infrastructure department of a default setting or new setting change per definition of done, or decided that this is not needed.
Edited by Jeremy Jackson