Sat, Nov 18
Thu, Nov 16
So the issue here is we aren't using dates from crossRef at all. This was because crossRef dates from this particular API have only the year, so for the time being we were trying to get the date from other sources. If the date *used* to be in those publications, they could indicate a broken translator, but broadly speaking this is also an issue.
Mon, Nov 13
That's okay, better to do it this way anyway :)
Thu, Nov 9
Sat, Nov 4
Oh, the text one is much nicer. Why was it reverted?
Fri, Nov 3
If you've got a formatted citation already you can click the "manual" tab, select the "basic" option, and then paste it in.
Hi @MichaelSchoenitzer_WMDE, did this help at all?
Wed, Nov 1
Tue, Oct 31
Which templates to use are set in a configuration message here:
Mon, Oct 30
Tue, Oct 24
Mon, Oct 23
@Mine0901 can mentor this one maybe? :).
Oct 20 2017
Well, I agree a priori that it seems unusual. But the fix for this bug
before was a config change, and that fixed both problems :).
Oct 19 2017
So, I think this one actually *was* resolved, it was actually this one where only 1 of the issues was resolved: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T162468
Related to T144155 I think?
Oct 16 2017
This issue as originally reported is still ongoing - should I create a separate issue since it seems to be two different issues and it mutated halfway through?
Oct 10 2017
Oct 8 2017
Hi @Uchup19, thanks for reporting- sorry it took so long to get back to you. I've temporarily removed the mediawiki namespace message (https://su.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=M%C3%A9diaWiki%3ACitoid-template-type-map.json&type=revision&diff=530936&oldid=528478) until the template data is fixed, since it is not currently working.
This is deployed now.
Oct 4 2017
Oct 1 2017
Dependency Exec[git_clone_mediawiki/core] has failures: true
Sep 28 2017
Another thing I've come across: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Adminstats
Sep 26 2017
Sep 24 2017
Sep 13 2017
Sep 12 2017
This is a dupe, but it's an issue with service. <> are stripped for
Sep 10 2017
i.e. found this little script that sort of does that already (with very basic info):