In the case of |urlmorto=no|deadurl=sì (or |urlmorto=sì|deadurl=no) we need a bot (like InternetArchiveBot) that visits the website and removes the parameter with "no" if the site is broken, "sì" otherwise. It would be a matter of fixing a mistake made, so I don't understand why someone else should take care of it.
Oct 18 2019
May 13 2019
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Jul 6 2018
Any news? I don't think it would be such a difficult fix.
Jun 21 2018
After six years, any news on this?
Nov 28 2017
Apr 27 2017
@Horcrux92, installing latest Pywikibot version (git master from gerrit or the github mirror) should fix this issue for you.
Mar 2 2017
Hi @ChongDae, first of all thank You for your bug report, that's pretty well described issue. In future if You will find another, don't hesitate - just raport it here and attach to Pywikibot project (as @Aklapper did).
And the second issue here is that I'm closing this one as a duplicate of T150210 and adding You to subscribers of the other one. There's already patch in code review that resolve this isssue waiting for successful review.
Apr 5 2016
Apr 2 2016
Oct 21 2015
Yes! The problem was in JS page it:MediaWiki:InterProject.js (called by commons.js), that dinamically takes data from the html generated from the function RenderLeftBar of the module Interprogetto.
Oct 20 2015
I believe it is https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modulo:Interprogetto ? Since it's a Lua module it should not be hard to add fetching from WD. Actually it should work entirely basing on WD imho. Both for commonscats and galleries. If it doesn't yet. I am bad at both Italian and Lua.
Oct 19 2015
https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vittorio_Emanuele_II_di_Savoia links to https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q168691
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Victor_Emmanuel_II_of_Italy links to https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q7367480 which defines Q168691 as "category's main topic".
The two pages do not have the same name if you strip the namespace.
https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domenico_Tarsitani links to https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q3713260
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Domenico_Tarsitani has no "Wikidata item" shown under "Tools".
Both pages have the same name if you strip the namespace.
Oct 18 2015
Jun 2 2015
I'm referring to the possibility to automatically delete the existing destination page and replace it with the one you are moving.
To understand this better, is the operation that causes the automatic message MediaWiki:Delete_and_move_reason.
May 21 2015
Feb 12 2015
It was difficult to understand because I assumed you want to potentially display three labels. Initial description wasn't entirely clear. Alright then, thanks for clarifying and your patience :)
Sorry but I'm getting lost here (plus I don't know implementation details as I'm not a developer).
Could you please edit the task description here and finish these two sentences:
- When VE is off: Show these labels in this order: ...
- When VE is on, show these labels in this order: ...
plus for the case of just displaying "Edit", please also explain what "Edit" would do (either wikitext or VE).
That might things less confusing here. Sorry. :-/
Because "edit" is ambiguous. Why the basic "edit" should be the VE-mode?
The problem is that we cannot turn the label "Edit" in "Vidual edit" without changing the same label for who has got VE off.