Fri, Jun 15
@Addshore did you already remove the abuse filter?
Has it been added to the Lua documentation page?
Wed, Jun 13
This is not about new languages for labels. This ticket and its subtickets are (almost all) explicitly about new languages for monolingual text values in statements. And Léa and I get asked a lot why this is being held up and we don't have a good answer. I don't want to do this but if this process isn't working I have to find another way in the interest of the project.
And also: I want to test :P
Hehe good job, @Esc3300 ;-)
And yeah let's turn them on as they are. I'd like to let people see where we are and how we make progress and give feedback early.
And yes this should be done but Rqaz and Leszek wanted it explicitly captured.
Good point! But then the language field would always be invalid when you create a new Form initially? Or is there a nicer way?
So right now it only takes into account the label?
Tue, Jun 12
We discussed it today and concluded that we don't know enough from the users yet and will therefore only pre-fill it for Lexemes with one Lemma. For the Lexemes with more than one we don't pre-fill.
Mon, Jun 11
See also https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T195755#4258676 for where the "spam" is coming from.
Correct. The text you quoted is not compatible with Wikidata.
Sun, Jun 10
Sat, Jun 9
Thanks for the clarification!
Thanks for filing the ticket. I have a hard time understanding this still. What are people doing with KNIME? How would they use Wikidata in it?
Let's take the spelling variant for the first Lemma in this case.
Thanks for paying attention, Pablo! We're doing the same for items. No-one asked for a change to that afaik. And it could be argued that the most recent label/lemma is what identifies the item no matter what it's been in the past.
Thu, Jun 7
Closing this then. We have T195701 for the new labeling campaign for Wikidata.
Wed, Jun 6
Tue, Jun 5
Campers: Could you please have a quick look if this is something burning?
At this point this should be fine without any announcement. We've made it clear that things are going to change and no-one should rely on Lexeme UI or API being stable.
@Lea_Lacroix_WMDE probably worth a note in the weekly summary.
I think we can close this now. We are working on the ticket for including the dispatch lag into maxlag. Once that's done we can reduce the limit from admins and bots.
Mon, Jun 4
Yeah that's my assumption as well.
Pablo and I just discussed this and to be consistent with all the other places we could find (Form representation, statements, term box) we should disable the Lemma widget's submit button when there is invalid input.
Is there a case where a Sense without a Gloss would be meaningful?
Yeah. Like in other places when there are several Lemmas we show them all separated by the i18n-able separator.
Yes that sounds right.