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WLM lists in (it,it) use year-specific templates
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The current design implies that one configuration (country, project) has one row template and only one. The it competition uses a different template every year.

The config uses WLM2013-riga. As a result, all monuments using WLM2014-riga and WLM2015-riga are *not* parsed. This also explains the problems with categorisation: the bot does find the monument in the database and thus cannot infer categories.

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JeanFred created this task.Sep 3 2015, 11:10 AM
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As as stop-gap measure, I’ll just update the WLM config to have only WLM2015-riga to be parsed.

Change 235703 had a related patch set uploaded (by Jean-Frédéric):
Update (it,it) config for 2015 data

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/235703

Change 235703 merged by jenkins-bot:
Update (it,it) config for 2015 data

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/235703

Would a sensible extension be to allow multiple row templates but require that they use the same parameters?

Alternatively one configuration per year for it

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