Sorry if this has come up before, but SSE actually does allow for event type specification. Currently you send your events like so:
Feb 9 2017
Oct 29 2016
@Spinster I'm closing this task :-)
To reflect the changes, I have renamed the add-on to "Wikipedia and Wikidata Tools for Google Spreadsheets" :-)
Alright, this is now fully working. You can as of now say…
I am now actively working on this and have just updated the GitHub issue accordingly: https://github.com/tomayac/wikipedia-tools-for-google-spreadsheets/issues/12#issuecomment-257088707.
Oct 12 2016
I see around 60 msgs/sec there, which isn't much.
Oct 5 2016
(Sorry, I am on a flaky train Wi-Fi, it seems my comment got double-posted despite one failure message, removed one of the two).
Sorry, chiming in quite late based on Andrew Otto's ping 13 days ago via email…
Sep 26 2016
Thanks for the realworld example (I have created a copy
that I could edit). So, there is a solution for your column D
(=QUERY(WIKIDATALABEL(B2, "en"), "SELECT Col2")) and with a couple of
hops for your other columns, but I can see how this can be tedious. I
have created https://github.com/tomayac/wikipedia-tools-for-google-spreadsheets/issues/10
and will work on this in the near to mid future :-)
Sep 20 2016
I believe what you envision is already possible with the latest version of the add-on. Please see the WIKIDATA* functions, namely WIKIDATAQID, WIKIDATAFACTS, WIKIDATALABELS in the documentation.
Mar 1 2016
Perfect, thanks for the Pull Request. Merging now! Could any of the admins deploy the gadget?
May 8 2015
I fixed this with commit https://github.com/google/primarysources/commit/cc2da3c08b7663a24343d7dd94b34410e7d84d68, the user script should be testable now on test.wikidata.org and beta.