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For legibility, I would prefer single quotes rather than escaping, but if there are some queries where single or double quotes matter (I wasn't ware it could be), then escaping is of course a better solution.
Yes, for example this one that relies on a query which uses several ' : https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mall:Maplink/Lista_%C3%B6ver_kommun-_och_regionstyren_i_Sverige
Jun 6 2022
I was trying again, and it seems to actually only load twice. But on the other hand, there is a lot of scrolling to even get it to load the first reload, so it seemed infinite. In fact, my screenshot app reached maximum image limit before even hitting the first reload (screenshot attached). I suggest that to change the behavior to reload automatically.
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An alternative would be to crop the images so that they can't be recognized. I don't think the important part is seeing them in use, but just getting an understanding of how the clothing look like to inspire others.
May 13 2022
Yes, I can confirm that this somehow has been resolved. Not only in the small example in the description, but also this larger map finds all municipalities: https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lista_%C3%B6ver_kommun-_och_regionstyren_i_Sverige_2018%E2%80%932022#/map/0
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Perhaps this should go as a new feature, but if it's not too late to get it right from the start, this thumbnail should also be used on search result pages.
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Related, when I go to full screen with the square bracketed button in the top-right corner of the map, and then close the full screen view, the map totally disappears.
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It happens a couple of times every day, but not every search. And I haven't figured out what it is triggering it. So yes, seemingly random to me. But I think I have caught in on stream about every other time I've been doing regular manual editing.
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Dec 21 2021
Just curious, which patch fixed this?
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Oops, that was a sloppy mistake. Thanks for pointing it out!
Oct 18 2021
Fair. When I filed it I thought it was an official service from the Wikimedia Foundation (that is the impression the page looks on IFTTT gives).
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Sep 25 2021
Regarding the first open question. I imagine this would be a manual opt-in. I wouldn't want to be signed up somewhere unless I specifically asked. For me, there might be 5-10 such pages on Swedish Wikipedia (and possibly similar on other wikis), but once set, I don't think it will ever change. With an exception perhaps for Meta, where these kinds of pages pop up regularly.
Sep 10 2021
I can report that it has been a smooth setup and that the dashboard is public at: https://matomo.wikimedia.se/index.php?module=CoreHome&idSite=7
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The time correlates to the last edit on https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Special:AbuseFilter/37
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Thanks for adding that perspective Nikki. I guess it is too hard to configure variabilities for different languages. Instead we could start with a simple control on import: "We found several forms spelled exactly the same on some lexemes. Please uncheck the ones that are not pronounced the same as the first one." This would also probably be helped by showing grammatical features so that it is easier to know if they are pronounced differently but I think we could try it even without that.
Jun 11 2021
Which is this one (and variants are linked from it): https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wikimedia_Accessibility_logo.svg
Jun 5 2021
Jun 4 2021
If that is common, then the ExternalTools that feeds the word list need to be remade, because when I tried to load all the forms for L46694 I only got the possibility to record six files out of the eight possible forms. However, at least in Swedish I don't think it occur at all.
May 31 2021
May 24 2021
I got sidetracked but intend to finish this soon. I got to starting the tool: https://toolsadmin.wikimedia.org/tools/id/shuffle
The only(?) thing left is to move the files.
May 23 2021
Here is my draft if anyone wants to improve it. I submit it under CC 0.
May 19 2021
Should this perhaps move to the Social events column on the board?
May 16 2021
Opt-in or opt-out seems like a small deal, since whatever the default is, it is so easy to change it. I would prefer opt-out because that means that people might get aware of the feature (not everyone go look at the notifications settings regularly).
My take is: yes, yes, very.
May 11 2021
My perception is that two hours is the total timeframe for solving the queries. The fun and challenging part was to solve them under time pressure. To make questions that will take days to solve will be unreasonably hard. The kickstart could be 5 minutes long.
May 9 2021
The test in the timeless skin doesn't work (but I don't know why).
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Apr 6 2021
I was so confused by this news. Isn't it a template that can be collapsed (which contains sections), rather than actually collapsing sections?
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Well, then we need a new field for the caption. They are not meant to solve the same problem and should almost always be different from each other. So for every image it would be very useful with two separate text fields.
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Feb 13 2021
It can certainly be done as a subtask as it would be valuable even without the following addition. But I guess this task is dependent on such a query to be able to know the exact forms to add the files to, so it needs to be connected as a blocker.
Feb 11 2021
The simplest solution that would still be hugely valuable would be to feed LinguaLibre with forms of lexemes (preferably through a query), get to record the forms in the regular interface, and then after they are uploaded the files get added with pronunciation audio (P443) on the respective form.
Jan 25 2021
Should this be reopened since Space has been abandoned?
Jan 17 2021
PeerTube got support for live streams in its latest release a week ago! Since it is open source, this is a possible way forward.
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Wouldn't it be better to edit this through the API than a bot? The tool already asks for Oauth. This has a few advantages, I can get credit/blame more directly and I can also immediately inspect the edit (If I have to wait for the bot, I might forget it).
Dec 10 2020
Nov 16 2020
How about I add a table to the results section? It could have a column per "channel" and try to fill it with as much analytics data the platforms let me retrieve.
Oct 28 2020
Suggestion: remove all points that are better suited in an email. We don't need a meeting just to share information.
Oct 23 2020
It doesn't really matter what the English Wikipedia Manual of Style says, since this is something that affects all the projects and anything added could be overwritten locally. If it's has an argument of great weight, that should be added into this thread so that no one need to guess what on that page is vaguely referred to.
Oct 22 2020
Then please explain why then in this thread, because that's what the English Wikipedia manual of style seem to suggest.
@Pigsonthewing Are you arguing that making sure that there absolutely is no alt-text is better than one which is easy to locally override and that only might be slightly off-topic?
Oct 21 2020
Oct 16 2020
Our Teahouse was set up to have new messages at the top, but the help panel questions are appended to the bottom. Is that possible to change?
@Aklapper Meet doesn't store the video for later viewings, and also don't allow anyone to view without being part of the meeting. So Jitsi is great for a many to many conversation (well, except "many" only applies for very small values of many, meetings with over 30 people usually break down). This is meant to be more of a broadcasting, where one person livestreams to potentially thousands of viewers.
Oct 1 2020
Sorry, I was too caught up in some other things so I missed to understand the deadline. We could really have used some more time since we haven't really discussed when to enable it yet. I'll make some announcements and we'll have to take it from there.
Sep 29 2020
Pretty cool! Can we get a few photos on Commons?
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Not sure if on purpose, but the linked document is not publicly available. Perhaps it can be copied to the wiki if it's finalized already?