When I was trying to import a page to betawikiversity, this happened:Please help.
Okay, I was worried that that page might have had a massive history, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Can you import other pages from Chinese Wikipedia? Can you import this page with the "copy all revisions" option turned off?
The import process was still fetching the pages over HTTP, and after recent changes requiring clients to use HTTPS, the internal import requests were being denied with HTTP 403 Forbidden errors.
To fix this, the interwiki map has been updated so that all interwiki links now use https: URLs instead of protocol-relative URLs (which are always expanded to http: URLs by the import process).
Thanks to @Legoktm for looking into this so quickly.
This was caused by the change to break HTTP POST requests to the API, we just didn't notice that transwiki import was still going over HTTP. Since it used the interwiki map, which had proto-rel URLs, it was assuming HTTP. We made the interwiki map HTTPS, so that transwiki import will use HTTPS as well. Confirmed by importing an article from enwp to testwp.
CC @BBlack because I'm not sure why we didn't notice this in the logs he was looking through for bots...