Tue, Oct 6
My case was not a common one but let me put it as an example here. In ukwiki there is a traditional template for talk pages of articles translated from another language, with editor ideally putting the id of version the article was translated from. I once had to correct a bunch of incorrectly used version ids. My workflow on desktop looked like this: open the talk page in ukwiki, observe the problematic id → go to the article tab → go to the article history page, look up the creation date → go to article tab → switch languages → go to the history of that page, look up the respective version id → switch languages back → go to the talk page, edit it. (Without the last two steps if using different browser tabs).
Sep 14 2020
Can I help with something at this stage? I have not received other feedback from users since last comment.
Aug 18 2020
I did a translation today and did not see this issue.
A project page about licensing can have different names in different wikis, e.g. the link https://uk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project:Licensing leads nowhere because the correspondent page to Commons:Licensing is called Вікіпедія:Авторські_права in ukwiki. In ukwikisource it has slightly different name, Вікіджерела:Авторське_право. Therefore, while translating the unit, I can neither leave the original "Project:Licensing" nor use a translation that will be common across wikis.
Aug 17 2020
Aug 16 2020
There wasn't a formal voting on Discord server, but there weren't any objections from server members during a discussion either.
Aug 11 2020
Google was default one before, it would be ok to make it one again.
Aug 4 2020
Jul 28 2020
Users Mr.Rosewater and BogdanShevchenko pointed to these articles:
- Літопс (articlequality) – GA > II > FA > І;
- Комптонівське розсіювання (articlequality) – ІІ > GA > І;
- Квадратний метр (articlequality) – ІІІ > І > ІІ
and are asking whether it is ok for probabilities to go down like this.
User Rar also asked if it is possible to list levels in order, either descending or ascending. Since IV=stub, current order is a bit confusing.
Jul 24 2020
All right! I'm taking this to the village pump for people to see.
Jul 23 2020
Jul 17 2020
I was approached by two users of ukwiki this week about persisting "invalid CSRF token" error.
Could it be that the issue, described in this task, continues to happen?
Jul 16 2020
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May 30 2020
Yes, ВС = Featured Article, ДС = Good Article.
There are 223 Featured Articles and 739 Good Articles in ukwiki as of today, and not all of them have a project template on a talk page. I cannot say right away whether the numbers you got are exactly true but they do seem plausible. (The lack of article class recognition is a known issue in the wiki.)
May 27 2020
Yes, almost all templates starting with Стаття проекту, Стаття проєкту, Вікіпроект, Вікіпроєкт, Проект or Проєкт (spelling differences) are labeling templates.
Of those, that are not, some are used in ns:0, ns:4, ns:14, but not ns:1 (I guess they won't interfere here), and a few are in ns:1 and belong to old Wikipedia Education Program (namely templates Проект:ВікіСтудія, Проект:КНУ, Проект:КПІ, Проект:ЛНМА, Проект:НАУ, Проект:НДУ імені Миколи Гоголя, Проект:Переяслав).
May 26 2020
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May 21 2020
As an owner of a newly created bot I am cautious to not do any harm — and thanks from other users would make me sure that I'm on the right track. Also, as a contributor I am often grateful to bot owners for running the tasks, but I have no instant way of thanking them: switching to the owners talk page in order to compose a wikilove message requires time that I might not have at that very moment.
May 8 2020
Apr 30 2020
What do the infobox template names look like? … In English Wikipedia, all Infobox templates start with "Infobox". Is it the same in Ukrainian Wikipedia?
No. Initially there was a prefix Картка: for Infoboxes, but it was deprecated in some templates in order to shorten the titles.
I see several ways of identifying the infoboxes (from a user's side):
- Special:PrefixIndex?prefix=Картка:&namespace=10 (minuses: includes /documentation pages, doesn't include templates with no Картка-redirect existing)
- Special:WhatLinksHere/Template:Картка&namespace=10&hidelinks=1 + the same for templates Chembox and Taxobox (minuses: doesn't include templates that are not based on these infobox meta-templates; those are supposed to be migrated but not all have been)
- ns=10 pages in Category:Templates:Infoboxes with subcategories (this provides the most complete set of infoboxes, probably)
I see no way of judging if template is an infobox just by it's name, there has to be a comparison with the list of template names believed to be infoboxes.
Does Ukrainian Wikipedia use any "Main article" templates -- e.g. when summarizing a full article in the section of another article?
Mar 20 2020
Feb 8 2020
@Krinkle do I understand correctly that T222533 suggests a message to be shown to users who try emptying/editing their watchlists, notifying them that it might take a while?
My suggestion is to show something that will prevent users from adding too many pages to their watchlists in the first place, before they face T41510 bug. Let users know about the limitations in place.
Feb 7 2020
If this bug is persistent, can we add a suggestion line "Consider maintaining your watchlist at less than 5k pages" or a warning line "Your watchlist exceeded 5k pages and Edit button might not work" somewhere? I mean, being honest is appreciated.
Jan 22 2020
Yay, thank you all! I'm glad it's officially a known bug/feature =)
Jan 20 2020
My apologies, @Lea_Lacroix_WMDE, do you by chance know whom should I ping so that this task gets triaged? I'd be grateful to know whether it's an issue or it's nothing to worry about :)
Nov 26 2019
This task wasn't resolved in its intended form but there were interviews with Wikipedians who teach:
Nov 15 2019
Nov 14 2019
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Oct 29 2019
I expect the number to go down later on. Some mentors will be away for some periods of time and some people, I suppose, may later change their minds about being mentors at all.
What I have worries about is that not all the people who signed up to be mentors will actually be good/active mentors. But that is not something I can surely predict or avoid with my knowledge of community.
Oct 28 2019
Oct 14 2019
Well, yes, but I would not suggest Growth projects wait until ukwiki is done updating all the help pages. There is no certainty in how long that might take. For now I'm happy to have 5 basic pages and a bunch of mentors.
Oct 13 2019
What Piramidion described looks like one and the same issue for me: he is not able to save his edit because there is no change to save: the content of the unit is already correct (to assume that page history of the translation unit is correct); there is no edit in page history of the translation unit that corresponds to the wrongly shown content, we just 'see' it.
Oct 12 2019
- Piramidion is our backup contact here.
- Thanks to the clarification, I consulted with some users and we didn't come up with other namespaces that should not be monitored (apart from mandatory ones).
- As for the help links, there is a complex situation with help pages in ukwiki -- they are mostly about editing in wikitext mode. I assumed, that it's ok when the first link of the five leads to the page where a newcomer is immediately informed about the two possible editing modes, and then there is a page about VE. Most newcomers I've seen (unreliable source for the generalisation, I know) use VE anyway.
How is a mentor determined as 'away'? By presence of Template:Wikibreak on their page, being inactive for several days, some other sign?
Oct 5 2019
I'm not sure I understand the parts about namespaces. Isn't it decided in the project already which namespaces to cover with help panel etc.? Should there be a community discussion? I used example of T223619 when filling it in here.
Oct 4 2019
Sep 19 2019
@Anomie, thank you for pointing out to the exact problem of that page - as an end editor I find error message a bit too vague.
Sep 18 2019
@Richard_Nevell_WMUK dashboard looks fine to me now. Do you still have troubles?
Sep 8 2019
@Trizek-WMF, I need to get translations done first, it may take some time :|
Sep 3 2019
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Sep 26 2018
May 30 2018
I wonder, which part of the common signature needs it.
Mar 10 2018
Sep 27 2017
Not than I understand the details of the discussion ...but here I am as an uploader: if I have files affected with this exif-reading issue and no purging helped, can I give you (some mystical folks with the script) a list of files and hope for the better? Like, I've read a dozen of tickets on the rotation parameters from exif failure in Mediawiki and the corresponding dozen of discussions on Commons village pump... - just where should I go to have a bunch of files fixed, if possible?
Sep 26 2017
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Aug 17 2017
User:Dars faced the same problem in uk.wiki recently. "Number of edits to show in expanded watchlist" and number of days to show appeared to be zero. Though he swears that changed nothing in his preferences. Can it be some bug or more likely to be accidental change from user side?
May 20 2017
Any problems spotted in svwiki?
Apr 1 2017
Just to add a few trifles:
Random sample of groupings: Живите, живила, живить are forms of the verb to nourish, to feed for living, while живим is a form of adjective alive (btw, живимо would be a verb form as well). These are just different parts of language, so this is what was expected, right?
Unexpected groupings: Стели, стели, стелю vs шлем -- I don't get, why шлем is in this group.
Stemming splits: (beyond my understanding right now, sorry).
Jan 19 2017
Too bad to continue seeing "Server failure"
Dec 15 2016
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Oct 20 2016
The similarity I see among all the four users mentioned — they do not have enwiki in their SUL. I tested adding to the course users who went to English Wikipedia, it's working.
Oct 14 2016
Sep 20 2016
Sep 9 2016
Так, я маю закинути .zip на wikimediafoundation.org.
Sep 6 2016
Sep 1 2016
Aug 25 2016
@Ejegg, am I right: you abandoned the change because it allows not to fall back on Russian? Or was it just a description for the change? (what's the issue in there then?) Sorry, just to be clear :)
Aug 24 2016
Aug 5 2016
Aug 3 2016
Community consensus is not enough, linguistic researches which show that Russian is not the nearest language are not enough. What on Earth is needed to change the thing we ask to change?
Jul 21 2016
Jun 26 2016
I am completely a newbie and my first query thanks to this session is this. Now I have 43 entries of people born in Ukraine before year 1890 with no death date which I will need to check :) Thanks a lot for the session.