enable citoid on yue.wiki
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Mvolz created this task.Thu, Mar 1, 1:34 PM
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deryckchan added a subscriber: deryckchan.EditedThu, Mar 1, 4:19 PM

Hey thanks for opening a ticket for me.

At this stage I'm not sure if I've been importing TemplateData correctly. As a first attempt I tried to do this copying of en.wp TemplateData onto the equivalent documentation page on yue.wp. At this time yue.wp doesn't have a {{csdoc}} equivalent yet so if you can clarify which parts of the documentation pages are crucial and which parts aren't, that'll be useful.

Do we really need 5x different cite templates to get this thing to work?

Roy17 added a subscriber: Roy17.Thu, Mar 1, 4:58 PM
Elitre added a comment.Thu, Mar 1, 5:37 PM

Which cite templates, if any, does your wiki use? The page does mention only importing the generic Template:Citation and sticking to it if that works for you.

Actually it seems that all 5 "trunk" citation templates (citation, cite news, cite web, cite journal, cite book) are used by articles on yue.wp. @William915 and @shinjiman imported the whole Module:Citation and the standard templates. So I guess the question is, what's the fastest way to get the other settings ready (I've already done Citoid-template-type-map.json and Visualeditor-cite-tool-definition.json| earlier this week) for Citoid to start working.

I believe that your next step will be copying the TemplateData for cite news, cite web, cite journal, and cite book. That's the only part of the /doc page that is truly needed for citoid (everything else is for humans). Then do a null edit on each template (NB: Not the /doc pages!) to make sure that the software has noticed the addition of the TemplateData.

Mvolz moved this task from Backlog to Zotero & External on the Citoid board.Mon, Mar 5, 12:50 PM