Hello. Perhaps this was discussed earlier. I propose to create a gadget for exporting words from Wikisource to Wiktionary. The principle is simple (the word is highlighted) and is exported to the Wiktionary (indicating templates, source, fields, category, etc.). I think this will help two projects. Thanks!
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We had a gadget at English Wikisource that did (have?) a enWiktionary word lookup.
One of the issues that I have seen when I have found words at enWS that could be citeable at enWikt has been that I am transcribing in the Page: namespace, and it can be weeks+++ before the work is ready to be transcluded into the main ns, and by then I have forgotten, or have to go and find where the word was. So in the end they get poked onto my user page, and never progress.
Based on the Wikidata Lexeme Forms extension?
The interaction is as follows: when you select a word, a panel opens to fill in the required template for the Wiktionary. And fill in the source and other required templates. Press export - redirect to create a page in Wiktionary.
If the article has already been created in Wiktionary, then it should simply be possible to indicate the source from Wikisource.
Test gadget to find simple forms of a word (for example, in the singular) + used templates in Wiktionary.
Hi, which exact Wikisource and which exact Wiktionary is this about? What does "export" mean and do exactly?
Please see and follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug - thanks!
Hi. Thank you. I read it. I would like to offer developers to export tools a word to Wiktionary from Wikisource. Honestly, I don't know where it is better to write such things. Friends advised Phabricator.
This sounds similar to the 2020 wishlist proposal Insert attestation using Wikisource as a corpus, which references: