Developer at Wikimedia Sverige (WMSE). Also known as Lokal_Profil when I'm not wearing my WMSE hat.
Another good change would be to append #P18 to the links. That way it's easy to see if someone has already added an image.
Note that the description at Commons:Monuments_database/Unused_images would need to be updated to reflect the changes in the structure.
en:User:Gnangarra/Unusued_images_Australia is an example of what a sparql list looks like (before T117327: Sort and group "Unused images" and "Missing commons category links" by the page name )
Woho the first real sparql harvest in production =)
Sun, Sep 24
Does this sound like a sensible thing to do @Effeietsanders @JeanFred? It would tell local organisers what these cryptic reports mean and how simple typos can be fixed. The stats would give wikignomes a starting point for helping out.
@Effeietsanders It looks like one of the id's went wrong. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:List_of_National_Cultural_Sites_in_Western_Region,_Uganda#Wrong_id
Unsure where this fits but https://www.wikimedia.org/ should be updated with the new names (at least in the mouse-over)
I've now added these as sub-pages to the contact's (@Gnangarra ) user page on en.wiki. If you want them somewhere else let me know.
If the page now updates it is fine. Just wasn't sure what had triggered the abuse filter
Sat, Sep 23
Created a patch to add the link to the top of all reports and added a section about the /header subpage to the landing page.
Primarily created this to discuss which is best. There is a TODO in the code which should be removed if we decide to not implement a different format.
@LilyOfTheWest: could you investigate why we hit the abuse filter? Just to make sure future updates happen ok.
Thu, Sep 21
Tue, Sep 19
Updated the descriptions since some of these suggestions were already implemented
Mon, Sep 18
Thu, Sep 14
Resolving this. Hidden categories now ignored
@Bachounda Could you give a suggestion where in ar.wiki we should put the "unused images" and "images without id" report pages?
Before closing this task we should (possibly as a subtask) reach out to the local organisers of the skipped countries and explain what they need to do to get of the list and why it is important that they do (i.e. the way to find things in commons is through categories)
Wed, Sep 13
For which run/country did you get this?
Sounds like a category name, rather then a pywikibot.Category object, made it's way into the list
The report pages for "unused images" and "images without id" are still missing.
I'll review the patch but we should leave this task open afterwards so that we can update the config with an "unused images" and "images without id" report page.
Tue, Sep 12
Sorry for being unclear in the request. VisualEditor is already active in the namespace, what we wish is for the signing icon to be activated for this namespace.
Sat, Sep 9
@LilyOfTheWest Follow up question on street addresses. Are these mainly real addresses or also "how to get there" descriptions? If there is a mixture is there some pattern to isolate the real addresses (e.g. they always contain a number).
We'll move them either way. The main decision is if a new item is always created or if, when there is a blue link, the statements can be added to that item instead of creating a new one.
Fri, Sep 8
@LilyOfTheWest Are you guys fairly sure that the majority of the auto generated links (on the name field) goes to the right article? Wondering since we can either migrate the data with that assumption or ignore any such links.
A note for the future. In pywikibot the way to detect if a disambiguator is needed is to try and save the description then
try: #save description except pwb.data.api.APIError as e: if e.other.get('messages')['name'] == 'wikibase-validator-label-with-description-conflict': #add disambiguator and save again
Can this be abandoned with Yarls import of the Ireland data?
This should be updated with the chemical status import
Hi @Mehman97 uploading the data to Wikidata is now almost ready. d:Wikidata:WikiProject_WLM/Mapping_tables/ge_(ka)/types still contains some fairly common terms which would benefit from being mapped to Wikidata though. The talk page has some suggested mappings but having a native speaker doing the mapping will go along way to avoid importing erroneous information.
Meeting today decided to move forward with:
- Swedish sources for Citoid with Automatic formatting of url refs done as part of this if time allows
Builtto do the processing
Thu, Sep 7
@Effeietsanders @LilyOfTheWest Finally got time to write down the text that I have been composing in my head every day when cycling to work. It's on Drive (commenting is allowed but currently not editing, I'm happy to add you though). Let me know what you think and if it's useful we can figure out where a natural home is.
Ping anyone who helped out in the mapping or who was contacted when looking into the country so that they have a chance to comment before this goes live
Is there any tooling which needs to be activated on svwiki (or ported to svwiki) for editors to start consuming the scores? (e.g. on latest changes etc.)