Thu, Nov 15
Sat, Oct 27
@Vogone Because some of the words (form, sense) can be used both to define and to describe the data types, we decided to have them upper case. Otherwise the senses would not make sense if we keep this form, same for the forms :)
Mon, Oct 22
Announced to the Wikidata admins
@Lydia_Pintscher Can be bring this to Camp soon?
Live and announced 👌
Sun, Oct 21
It seems to happen again, example
Oct 19 2018
The issue was mentioned again here.
Oct 18 2018
@Addshore The thing seems to happen again with Senses. Some users ran into a "Handling of "wikibase-entityid" values is not yet supported." error message while adding the translation statement to a Sense.
Spotted another one: "add sense" link on a Lexeme page haz no capital
Oct 17 2018
It's live and announced
Hey @Nikki , this should be fixed on wikidata.org tomorrow. Let me know if you encounter other issues!
Oct 16 2018
Oct 12 2018
User:Jason.nlw told me that during the effected period, he was in the middle of a batch upload, and some data was not restored yet.
Tested here, it works well \o/
Tested here, it works well \o/
Tested here on L5-S3, it works! \o/
Oct 11 2018
Oct 2 2018
Oct 1 2018
@Addshore Could you have a look?
Sep 27 2018
@Jonas That looks good! I just reordered the paragraphs and changed a bit of formatting.
Later when the beta feature is enabled, we should probably add a section "how to enable it", just in case someone finds the page and wants to try it.
Sep 26 2018
Sep 19 2018
Sep 17 2018
@Addshore I just made an edit on L5600 and now it appears on Special:WhatsLinksHere. I guess for the oldest Lexemes, purging is not enough ^^
Sep 11 2018
Sep 7 2018
@Pamputt Could it be a difference between pages that never existed, and pages that have been created in the past and then deleted? Since I don't have admin rights on simplewikt, I can't check the deletion history.
Sep 6 2018
I think this ticket is only about display/reading, but yes, we should also think about a better way to select "mis" and then select the relevant item.
- Having the lemma: provide a human-readable way to identify the page
- Having the ID: provide a simple way to make the difference between two pages that would have the same Lemma
Sep 5 2018
Thank you very much for your feedback.
Sep 4 2018
Aug 31 2018
Aug 30 2018
@bd808 Yes I do. Sent to your email.
@Lydia_Pintscher I think that's pretty important.
Aug 24 2018
@Yurik Yes, we're going in that direction, also because having items+Lexemes in one dump would be waaay too big :)
@Lucas_Werkmeister_WMDE Good point - let me create another ticket :D
Aug 23 2018
In order to track more easily the new feature requests for the dashboard, I created T202610. I also created T202613 as a subtask for the translation issues. If you have any other request, new feature, suggestion for improvement, etc, feel free to create a subtask of T202610.
Both ideas (normalize the titles or add a magic keyword) will request the Wiktionaries to agree on changing something in their titles on a big scale. I guess these discussions will take some time, therefore it would be wise to start them as soon as possible :)
Aug 22 2018
Yay the problem is gone. Thanks :)
Aug 20 2018
Hey @WMDE-leszek, while testing stuff for Senses we encountered this weird bug. Could you have a look?
Aug 14 2018
@Pamputt Thanks for your request. Feel free to create separate tickets for the new features that were not in the initial list. We won't be able to make them happen immediately. We will need to prioritize and estimate the amount of time that is needed for such new features.
Aug 13 2018
Aug 9 2018
Hey @Noe, the dashboard should be officially out and announced at that time, and I'd be happy to help you with writing or reviewing if needed :)
From our side, now search have been improved, we're ready to add the link to Special:NewLexeme in the menu column :) I'll let a community member take care of it.
@GoranSMilovanovic Yes, I translated everything just to be sure. But if the instructions are translated, it's already very fine.
Aug 8 2018
@GoranSMilovanovic Thanks! I added the link of the datasets on the documentation page.
No worries @GoranSMilovanovic, and thanks for letting us know :)
Aug 6 2018
Thanks a lot! I understand, and I'm fine about an announcement next week.
However, if the "translatability" of the tool is an issue that could block the process for longer, I'd choose to announce it anyway. We can say that it's a first version, that the board will continuously be improved, and people can already translate the documentation and the interface onwiki.
Let's see how it goes :)
Aug 3 2018
@GoranSMilovanovic Here we go :)
- The documentation is now translatable (by clicking on the small link "translate the page")
- The interface content is also ready for translation - I added every small piece of text, but if not 100% of the interface is translated, I guess it's OK.
- I made the French version of the interface content! You can include it in the dashboard.
- In order to give more visibility to these features, I think it would be interested to have some new buttons on the dashboard, for example on the top right corner, displaying:
- a menu to select the language of the interface
- a button "Documentation"
- a button "Help translating the interface"
@GoranSMilovanovic I mean, copy paste all the content that you use on the dashboard, so other people can provide translation :) So for example, the small explaination texts that are at the top of the pages.
@GoranSMilovanovic Thanks, it looks good! I'll reorganize it a bit (keep the "using" instructions at the top and moving the more technical ones at the bottom. Then I'll prepare it for translation.
Aug 1 2018
@Lucas_Werkmeister_WMDE Just a question for the announcement: how people are supposed to generate the link? Is there something clickable somewhere? How are they supposed to find out the part at the end of the URL?
Let me know if you need help for this. I'll also take care of announcing it on the community channels.
Jul 31 2018
Hey @GoranSMilovanovic, I went through all the pages of the board, everything sounds fine. Before publishing officially, the next steps would be:
- provide documentation on meta.wikimedia.org (if you want to share a draft with me beforehand, so I can help you, feel free to! Also if you need help with setting up the meta page and the translation tags.)
- provide the content paragraphs of the board on another wikipage, so people can help you translating (same comment as above)
Thanks a lot for your work :)