I just stumbled over a use case that woud perhaps also benefit from structured diffs.
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Sep 29 2018
@Aklapper I was unsure where to post this. Do you have a suggestion. Definitely could be a talk or discussion at the next Hackathon.
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May 22 2018
@Aklapper I think we can close this. FYI: I opened this issue mainly as a project idea for the hackathon, but then we prioritized some other things.
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Feb 17 2018
@Chicocvenancio I don't know. I don't think it was on the official schedule and there was so much going on :)
May 21 2017
Mar 30 2017
WMCON is using a buddy system to introduce new people to the community and make people feel welcome. Maybe something we could introduce at the welcome desk?
Mar 26 2017
The postgis database backend of Django is based on psycopg2. Probably it would need to be re-implemented in py-postgresql. Not sure how much effort that would take. Will think about it or maybe look for another hosting solution.
Mar 24 2017
It would be nice to see instructions on using the shared MariaDB/MySQL database servers as the data store instead.
@bd808 I would still like to leave this task open until the workshop at the Prague and Vienna hackathon is over to see how well the tutorial works with a live audience. Are there any things you you think the task still needs?
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Feb 28 2017
Possibly related to Task T76229 (and https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Infobox_Tutorial), where we would still need some more examples of pure Lua infoboxes. But the page (and talk) page already have gathered a lot of expertise and would be worth expanding.
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Feb 24 2017
@bd808 I will create that tutorial.
Feb 20 2017
Not sure what this task is about, but I inquired about JUFA Vienna internet connection and got an answer:
Feb 16 2017
@scfc Should we perhaps close this issue. It seems the issue I had with the paths has been solved and it is now also documented on the wiki: https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Tool_Labs/Web/Kubernetes#Django
It might be helpful if we had a dedicated person for these issues, that can also be contacted privately and also during the event.
I think that a dedicated skill-learning room would be good. People can look at the schedule and choose what they would like to learn. Maybe in a 2 hour cycle. 15 minute introduction. Then the people that want to work on something stay in the room with the instructor. That also means that each instructor is just 2 hours away from their main project.
Jan 28 2017
The patch was accepted. Thank you for all your help!
Jan 24 2017
Thank you both for the review. I will see what the maintainer of the library has to say and will close this when it is merged and no other questions arise.
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Jan 12 2017
Thank you all for you help! I contacted @akosiaris
Jan 5 2017
Sorry. I forgot that I registered like this: https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Tobias47n9e
@akosiaris That would be great if I could get an account and the information on how to access the database from wmflabs.
Jan 3 2017
Dec 29 2016
@bd808 Thanks for the pointer. This time I finally got it to work. I still had issues with the ~ path. Using the absolute path works:
Dec 28 2016
I now defined that static URL like this in Django's settings.py:
Oct 28 2016
I now used this for the app.py:
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Here is some information of the range of values the API accepts: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Help:Statements#Quantitative_values
Jun 20 2016
Will work on this on Wikimania 2016 Wednesday Hackathon (22. June). I would especially like to create some demo infoboxes for Wikisource.
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Oct 4 2015
Another question is how we identify items of isotopes. There seems to be no consensus how to use p31 and p279 for isotopes (Including some poorly thought out edits by me). Right now I would favour constructing the tree like this example:
Feb 9 2015
@TheDJ: Thanks for the comment. I know the ecosystem is large and complex. And the best way to keep everybody on the same page in such a system is good communication. I am being extra outspoken about this, because there are many people, that were users of that app, that never knew what happened to the app, don't know what Metawiki is, and certainly will not comment in a bug tracking system.
Feb 5 2015
I think it should be more a discussion about the needs of the community. If the community wants a certain app or a certain function in the app, then WMF should allocate funds to such a project.