Mon, Nov 18
Hi there, noticed too the template SPARQL bug. Isn't it simply because the page is too large ?
Shouldn't we break it into subpages ? Simple Queries Showcase Queries etc
Mon, Nov 4
Looks the graph has been build with a Lua code and a module here :
Oct 3 2019
Very odd as https://www.openstreetmap.org/search?whereami=1&query=45.9326%2C8.6095#map=9/45.7848/8.3661 shows an accurate blue lake.
Sep 17 2019
I believe it's an important issue : an encyclopedia without graphs... well ... plus it contributes to reducing interest on Wikidata
Aug 28 2019
Hi there, it looks like the problem has become general : even graph with raw data no longer appear to work. Like there : https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Template:Graph:Lines …
Jul 12 2019
Jul 3 2019
Hello, it's all the more bizarre as it's working here https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modèle:Aéroport-Statistiques/Sandbox (with a play button : it's linked to a Wikidata query and not calling templates Graph, calling directly extension graph). This case is all the more puzzling as https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modèle:Aéroport-Statistiques/Sandbox2 is a very simple Vega graph with raw fixed data and a play button : not working ….
Jul 2 2019
Vega is already 5.4.0, isn't it?
Besides, graph are no longer working in wikipedias ...
Jun 22 2019
Jun 21 2019
In any wikilanguage, the code won't work and the image will link to something like ""https://mediawiki.org/wiki/HyperSwitch/errors/unknown_error"".
Do you see why, when you modify something minor, you hit "preview", the graph is built and seeable, and when you save, you have a blank image?
Hi, you can find the bug there https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Template:Graph:Lines for instance
Jun 20 2019
Interested in the solving of this pb. What I can say is that a common template (https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Template:Graph:Lines) whichever wiki it is used (de, fr, it, etc), does not render the graph if linked to a wikidata query.
What is funny, is the fact that if you hit "preview", the graph is viewable. But when saving the changes, no graphs, only a bad square/blank shown.
Thanks for your work!