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Display a list of the entries the most linked over all Wiktionary in the Wiktionary Cognate Dashboard
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I copy a message I let on T166487.

I propose to add a new tab on Wiktionary Cognate Dashboard in order to display a list of the pages that are the most linked over all the Wiktionaries.

Wiktionary contributors might be interested to know which entries are the most popular so as to improve these pages first (add pronunciation, synonyms, etc). Since these entries exists on a large number of Wiktionaries, they might find a lot of information to add trough all the Wiktionary editions.

This list might also be used by Lingua Libre in order to identify which "popular" words do not have yet any audio pronunciation.

What would be even more interesting would be to have a list sorted by language, but this is the same problem as the one mentionned by Lea previously.

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Pamputt created this task.Aug 14 2018, 5:16 PM
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@Pamputt Thank your the reminder.

@Lydia_Pintscher @Lea_Lacroix_WMDE I would really need to focus on Wikidata and WDCM related tasks until the end of the month. However, this is really not to demanding and shouldn't take me too much time to develop the requested feature. If you agree, I would take care of this sometime during this month (Aug 2018).

Yeah that makes sense to me.

@Lea_Lacroix_WMDE @Lydia_Pintscher

  • A new tab on the Wiktionary Cognate Dashboard - Most Popular - is implemented;
  • The tab generates a table of most popular Wiktionary entries, constrained to show only entries that are shared across at least 10 Wiktionaries;
  • The table can be downloaded (csv) or browsed on the dashboard;
  • @Lea_Lacroix_WMDE I apologize for using Google Translate to translate the instructions for this tab to French from English.
Lydia_Pintscher closed this task as Resolved.Jan 7 2019, 10:29 AM
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Yay :)
Thank you, Goran!