Fri, Dec 6
Ok cool, thanks @WMDE-leszek ... is there a ticket for that so I can subscribe to it?
Weird. Works fine on test-commons afaics. I also don't get the expected preference on production commons, and I do on test commons. I can't see anything wrong with the config code. @Jdforrester-WMF any thoughts?
Thu, Dec 5
Wed, Dec 4
I'm gonna take this out of the backlog as the commons app is already working around it and it's not high on our priority list
Tue, Dec 3
Wed, Nov 27
FWIW that query also looks sensible to me. Unless someone can point out something wrong with it I think this is probably accurate?
Tue, Nov 26
@Multichill is it important that we allow users to add "no value" values when they're editing, or do you think it'd be sufficient to simply display "no value" values that have been added some other way?
Mon, Nov 25
Thu, Nov 14
Notes from discussion at TechConf2019
As a staff job there is a student who wonders if they can add interactive content to a wikipedia article in order to augment prose.
Examples of interactive content:
- Compare https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moons_of_Jupiter with observation guide for Jupiter's moons on https://www.skyandtelescope.com *
- pages in eswiki that use wikiwidgets (https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hormiga_de_Langton and https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juego_de_la_vida)
- jupyter.org used for physics simulations (https://myphysicslab.com/)
- wdqs output can be interactive, but can't be embedded in wikipedia
Nov 7 2019
Thanks @Aklapper I didn't really have a clue who might be responsible
Oct 21 2019
Oct 18 2019
With wikipedias users are typically looking for a page, so it makes sense to redirect to an exact page match.
Oct 17 2019
On the File page setting uselang changes the language of the labels.
Oct 16 2019
@Marostegui do you have a position on which index would be better?
Oct 14 2019
Oct 11 2019
Oct 10 2019
The interdependence of the ids can't be changed without some very deep refactoring, and the parent bug is resolved, so resolving this
Oct 1 2019
(FWIW the answer is "no", and CPT *wants it done* in a generic fashion - they haven't actually volunteered to do it)
Sep 25 2019
So ... if the CPT is going to do this in a generic fashion instead of it being done in MediaInfo, can I remove the Structured Data tags?
Sep 23 2019
Sep 18 2019
So say we add a 'structured-data-mediainfo' tag to every revision that has a mediainfo slot - would that be adequate? @EBernhardson ?
Sep 11 2019
Sep 10 2019
Can this be closed?
Ok great, closing
Sep 9 2019
That'd mean we'd (potentially) have to edit the json blob for slots when a page is deleted/restored
So ... @zeljkofilipin can we close this now?
The reason for this is happening is the following code in MediaInfoHandler.php
Sep 6 2019
Yeah, same here - it's been introduced recently
Sep 5 2019
The "you" in that comment is myself - I tried to federate wikidata from my local env many times, so I needed a comment to remind me why I shouldn't :p
It seems like the dependency between the page_id and the MediaInfo item id is baked in at a very deep level
@Mholloway here's the section of my local config where I turn federation on:
Decided not to do it, at least for now
Works for me on beta, except for this bug
This approach means that if you have MediaInfo content in a slot on the page, and someone edits the wikitext to make the page into a redirect, then the MediaInfo content becomes inaccessible.
Sep 4 2019
@alaa_wmde I'll take a look tomorrow