So? Which name should we choose?
Sun, Feb 16
Sat, Feb 15
Other live wikis with MW 1.14.0 we can try our tests on:
@Zoranzoki21 Try pipdeptree and share your result please!
mwoauth needs any requests-oauthlib (per https://github.com/mediawiki-utilities/python-mwoauth/blob/master/setup.py)
I don't think this is Pywikibot related issue, I have got oauthlib 3.1.0 in my PC after I run pip install -r requirements.txt
Thank you for your report and feel free to open a new one if any other issue occurs
(ipaddress is surely installed in Toolforge at least)
One issue down! :D
Fri, Feb 14
Hmmm, API write action attempted as IP u'Z\xe9roBot' seems weird. Another newly occurring login/logout issue lately.
Sure it is! But core_old_python2 seems too long to me
Thu, Feb 13
PWB dropped support for Python2 in its master branch few weeks ago.
Wed, Feb 12
Not only en:wikipedia, also metawiki
Today tgr on IRC claimed OAuth 2 is supported by Pywikibot. Weird. Anyway, we need to solve issues with OAuth, botpasswords and standard password login first, becuase since logout tokens Pywikibot login produces weird results (broken login status, issues with re-login, etc.)
Perhaps we should solve T137805 first
Does it have something in common with those warnings all over tests:
WARNING: No user is logged in on site wikipedia:en skipped 'TestUserWatchedPages: Not able to login to wikipedia:en'
Then self.logged_in() does not work as expected
No, site.user() is empty even when logged in. self.site.username() still retrieves Pywikibot-test
probably the user-config.py contains usernames['test']['test'] = 'myUsername' instead of usernames['wikipedia']['test'] = 'myUsername' but I've no glue where this can be set.
Currently only on enwiki
Currently it fails on enwiki and testwiki.
After last version for Python 2, it should be changed like for compat: move core_python2 files and folders to public_html_static folder and stop its generation
Tue, Feb 11
Mon, Feb 10
@Lea_Lacroix_WMDE I'm really sorry, but I don't understand your request. Could you read the description of T242081 (there is an explanation, how Pywikibot works and why it does not work with Wikidata currently) and specify, what "limit" do you mean and in which way should we "remove" it?
Sun, Feb 9
Any other similar really old script we could remove in the next release?
Sat, Feb 8
I see, the only weird thing then is that it shows on text content model page, where wikitext cheatsheet is not much helpful
Fri, Feb 7
" is the last character added to the list. Be aware, that Pywikibot's aim is not to produce filenames adjusted for your OS and your filesystem needs - this is your own responsibility. So if your OS or filesystem has got some additional rules, you would still have to use convert_to_acceptable_filename() or convert_to_portable_filename()
In my opinion, POSIX compliant filenames would be too much there as modern OSes and software can handle Unicode filenames just well
I did some research and it's correct: Only one Windows illegal filename character (") has been missing from our list. I fixed it then with detailed explanation.