Hi, @Isaac! Could I ask for any kind of feedback on my analysis? It would be very useful to know what I need to pay attention to next time.
May 8 2019
Mar 26 2019
@Isaac, I am trying to get Public Link of my Jupyter Notebook on PAWS but it gives an error 'Not Found'. (After I've clicked on "Public link" button). Did anyone have this problem before?
@Isaac, could you help me with one thing? How can we programmatically define the topic/category of the translated article? I don't see this option in MediaWiki API. Should I use some another API?
Mar 18 2019
I am trying to access Page History for the translated page, but it doesn't work. It works as planned with the source page though.
Hey @Cherrywins : a few things going on:
- My guess is that you have your host for the session set to English Wikipedia instead of Russian Wikipedia. For certain API calls, this wouldn't matter, but given that you're looking up a page's revisions, this information is language-specific. You'll want the code to look something like this:
- session = mwapi.Session(host='https://ru.wikipedia.org', user_agent='mwapi (python) -- outreachy content translation')
- The other thing to note for that particular example, is that after the page was translated, it seems it was decided that there was a better name and so the page title you are using is actually a redirect and most of the content etc. is under this title: "Мендес, Камила"
- To automatically resolve these redirects, you should be able to add "redirects": True to the API parameters
@Isaac, could you help me with one problem? I am trying to access Page History for the translated page, but it doesn't work. It works as planned with the source page though.
Mar 13 2019
If I have some comments/suggestions about mwapi API work, can I include in it my report?
Mar 12 2019
Hello! @Isaac, I also have a similar question regarding this task. Do I need to access History and Talk pages programmatically and then analyze them, or I can do it manually?
Mar 11 2019
My name is Ekaterina, I am from Russia, St. Petersburg. I really like this project and the tasks it involves. This is the exact skills I want to develop. I have some experience of using Jupyter Notebook during my studying process on Udacity and I will be super excited to practice in a real project which brings real benefit!