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This issue is solved by the patch I commited, however it would be interesting what should be do with the another datatypes. Should it be supported by Semantic Drilldown?
At least in my possible use cases and the ones I am interested, I think it is very useful to allow filter by:
(Before that the filter worked, but the error message was displayed).
Oct 10 2020
I will take a look, @Krabina!
Oct 9 2020
@Kghbln, I think this issue should be marked as resolved due T265059#6533166. The patch provides backward compatibility with SMW < 3.2, so I think it isn't necessary to remove the reference from .phpcs.xml.
With your permission, @Yaron_Koren, I mark this bug as resolved. If it needs something more, just tell me. Thank you for your reviews in the patch!
Oct 8 2020
This one is my first contribution to MediaWiki and Semantic Drilldown, so I hope it accomplish with all the requirements. There is another reference to $smwgContLang in .phpcs.xml but I prefer to not remove it in this patch. I think it is better to have this one merged, and then remove the another reference, linking the patch to T246581.
Jan 14 2020
May 15 2019
But to enable these rules is necessary to know which options you want, check htmllint options. tag-close is the only which works when I set to true.
May 9 2019
@Urbanecm, this is my first contribution to Gerrit, so I hope I have done everything correctly.
Mar 13 2019
Feb 21 2019
@Urbanecm, what about a message like this one:
Feb 10 2019
Feb 9 2019
You're welcome @Urbanecm!
Hi @Urbanecm. I have doubts about this task and T213173. I searched the socialauth package and I only find its documentation page and all its related stuff (PyPI, GitHub, etcetera). It isn't seem to be related or developed for Wikimedia projects, nor nothing tracked here. And the most strange is that I don't understand where is the MediaWiki method you are using, because it isn't in [authentication.py](https://github.com/emilyhorsman/socialauth/blob/master/socialauth/authentication.py) neither in other files.
That's a nice idea and easy to implement. I would do it, but as @thiemowmde and @Jan_Dittrich note, it is necessary to have a concern about it. Could we agree a basic style and then request comments about it?
If I am not wrong, the easier way to add a link to the JSON, RDF and Turtle is to modify [Mediawiki:Pageinfo-footer](https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=MediaWiki:Pageinfo-footer&action=edit). I wanted to do it, but I think this has some issues to keep in mind:
Feb 7 2019
@Chicocvenancio, what's necessary to fix this task? I understand the main issue is to make easier to know that Pywikibot is available in PAWS, no?
Feb 6 2019
Ha! Didn't remember I made that.
Feb 4 2019
Feb 2 2019
Thank you for the information @Dalba! If I find time to check this task, I will claim it.
This is an easy task because can hide it as Framawiki suggested. But I would like to know how we can contribute to this kind of tasks. Is it explained in some page in Mediawiki or Wikitech? If someone explain me that, as you @Chicocvenancio, I could claim this task.
I would like to help with this task, that doesn't seem very hard to apply, but I have an important doubt with the source code of this script. In the line 188 there is a call to the method run() from the class MispellingRobot but, where is that method? I don't see it in the source code. I understand everything except that. Could anyone clarify me this?
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May 5 2018
I will check it tomorrow to know if my knowledge I am able to do this or if I can learn to do it. For the moment, I am going to claim this task.
All right @Romaine, excuse me because I was confused after the conversation. I think that @Krishna_Chaitanya_Velaga won't have any problem to let you claim this task. He also claimed T193939. There is work and tasks for everyone!
Okay, I have read now T193952. Tomorrow I will check it fine.
May 4 2018
by removing them from Wikidata, or by some other solution yet to identify.
May 3 2018
@Psychoslave, not exactly. The final goal is: