Wed, Sep 26
@Ramesh2744 Thank you very much for the information.
Tue, Sep 25
@Ramesh2744 Given a title (multimedia file) retrieve author/license (ideally title/description with corresponding language if available) in a machine readable format.
Sat, Sep 22
@daniel Thx, any clue about a specific task on Phabricator? Commons:Structured_data is a promising project but seems to be quite big and running already for quite a long time. It seems difficult to me to know (be informed) at which time the feature I need will be/has been implemented?
Thu, Sep 20
Detected using MWoffliner and reported here too https://github.com/openzim/mwoffliner/issues/185
Any news on this?
I have restarted the Web service manually and it is back.
Tue, Sep 18
@Krenair How is the procedure to wipeout the old ubuntu and get a 18.04? Can I do that on my own?
Mon, Sep 17
What does it means for me?
Should I do something myself?
Can we plan it around the end of the year?
Sep 12 2018
@bd808 Thx, works fine now.
Aug 28 2018
I do not have setup 2FA in the past and if Id it was inadvertently. I'm not interested in this level of security for wikitech. I for sure do not have complete any 2FA setup and do not have any scratch codes in my email box. I simply did not want this and still do not want this.
@Quiddity No, I use my Wikimedia/Wikipedia password. Whatever I use, I do not want that. How to deactivate the 2-factor authentication?
Aug 27 2018
@Aklapper I have no token and if I give a random string it says "Verification failed".
Aug 9 2018
@Jhernandez I understand that priorities need to be set but this is quite sad and a really concrete problem for offline projects. Parsoid output is the only one output which allows to properly re-render our textual content. Not providing a proper mobile version seems to me quite a problem considering how people access the content these days. For openZIM/Kiwix problem, it means higher maintenance costs (if possible at all) to try to maintain a mobile rendering similar as online. CC @atgo.
Jul 11 2018
@Legoktm Thank you for your solution proposal. How would that behave if users want to download an image file? Would that mean that they get a file name with something like hash_value.jpg ?
Jul 9 2018
I have open a ticket related to this here https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T199140
Jun 29 2018
After having migrated to nginx (from apache), it seems to work!?!?!
Jun 13 2018
@Aklapper Yes, you can close the ticket, there is nothing more I can do on my side.
May 15 2018
I just go an email with subject "482 Wiki-offline-reader-l moderator request(s) waiting". Please remove me from the list of owners (see my last comment).
May 12 2018
@MarcoAurelio I would be more comfortable if the messages were kept in an web available archive.
Apr 17 2018
@bd808 perfect, will remember for next time. Thx.
@bd808 It works now, and if I understand right you have restarted the webservice on enwp10 side itself? Do you confirm? What is the exact command you have run?
Apr 14 2018
I confirm the problem but I have almost no clue why it does not work. I do not have touched anything on the system recently. On the other side, I'm not sure how the stuff should work as I do not have built it myself.
Mar 31 2018
Mar 30 2018
Thank you all for the quick and adapted answer. It works well and we finally have been able to create the ZIM of ba.wikibooks.org successfully.
Mar 29 2018
Feb 1 2018
Nov 15 2017
I have archive the openzim (related) projects on phabricator. So basically, what is needed on the mirror, is also to archive it there... whatever it means removal or close all tickets/PR (I have moved/merged them) and put the project in read-only.
Nov 7 2017
My Github account is "kelson42"
Nov 6 2017
Nov 5 2017
The idea has evolved a bit. Here it is how it looks like now:
Issue moved to https://github.com/openzim/zim-tools/issues/6
I changed the status, this has been implemented.
The whole bug has been moved here:
Ticket moved to https://github.com/openzim/libzim/issues/73
This has been fixed (a long time ago)
Should be fixed soon, Bug has been migrated to https://github.com/openzim/zim-tools/issues/5
Ticket moved to https://github.com/openzim/zim-tools/issues/4. Might be fixed next week.
Nov 4 2017
The whole compilation system has been changed (we use now meson/ninja) for the libzim. I suspect this bug is not valid anymore therefore. Please reopen it if needed.
This is currently almost finished and will be merged to git master within a week.
The review process is finally almost done and this will be merge to git master within a week. Sorry for the so long delay.
Sep 21 2017
This has been fixed AFAIK.
This finally has been fixed by introducing Xapian to manage a list of title.
Aug 10 2017
@Mholloway yes, of course.
Aug 9 2017
@Mholloway OK :( It's available on recent versions of Ubuntu, so it is also probably for Debian.
Please do not assume this for any feature, let us discuss this together before if possible.
I confirm, currently audio and video are treated together.
Here is the solution we are currently developing at openZIM/Kiwix. https://github.com/openzim/zimfarm. As far as I can see, this would fit to your needs. We plan to release a first beta in a week (fingers crossed).
Why not using a standard like OPDS? The WMF is granting development to develop OPDS in Kiwix (both client/server side)...
Why creating a fork? Please collaborate and make PRs. This is how opensource works?
What is the problem with libgumbo-dev? Would not be an option to adopt and help to finish quickly a first version of https://github.com/openzim/zimfarm?
I see you have a tight agenda, but there is in the (Wikimedia) community people who have been working for a decade on this, have an agenda, know-how, tools and regular meetings on this. You should talk to together "before re-inventing the wheel".
I'm not sure exactly what should be done here... in particular what is an "interceptor". But the kiwix-lib already provides a method to load a random article.
Jul 1 2017
Yes, please. My multiple labs instances run out of space in /var and this basically blocks "dpkg". As non-puppet expert, this took me a bit of time to figure out what to do to solve this pb. If I have a look to the solution Mozilla has implemented, this sounds quite trivial.
Jun 17 2017
Just want to confirm that thx to this work we have been able to support video/audio in ZIM files for Kiwix.
We have achieved thanks to various feedbacks from the WMF developers to get something similar to the WMF mobile output in ZIM files. That said, our code is full of hacks and I predict might be relatively costly to maintain over time.
Jun 11 2017
May 26 2017
May 8 2017
This has been fixed in Xapian 1.4.2.
Apr 30 2017
@Anomie Thank you for the quick answer and clear explanation.
Apr 24 2017
FYI, Kiwix has published a first version of a Web app on the Chrome Web Store
Apr 19 2017
@atgo Thx for asking. It's not as this is not formally a part of the grant. That said it's pretty obvious that having a mobile friendly rendering for ZIM files is pretty essential to offline offering.
Apr 13 2017
@ssastry @cscott @Arlolra We are pretty much stuck by using Parsoid to create a nice - mobile friendly - offline version of our Mediawikis because of that bug and a few other ones (see related bugs). @Skylsmoi is pretty much in standby and Kiwix investment in that feature is put in danger. I would be really thankful for your expertise to help us to find a path to make offline user also enjoy a nice responsive layout.