Tue, Jul 17
Mon, Jul 16
Thu, Jul 12
Have you tried purging the page manually as a quick fix for this? https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Purge
Tue, Jul 10
This is now done. Books don't come out too great because they're using Cite journal, but looks good for most everything else!
Mon, Jul 9
Sun, Jul 8
Fri, Jul 6
FYI @Smirkybec and I are at Celtic Knot Conference 2018 together and made some progress on getting template data added to two templates that already existed, https://ga.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teimpl%C3%A9ad:Cite_journal and https://ga.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teimpl%C3%A9ad:Lua_idirl%C3%ADn
Thu, Jul 5
I've copy pasted the en wiki template data into https://gd.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teamplaid:Iomradh
Resolving, enabled: https://cy.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWici:Citoid-template-type-map.json
Mon, Jul 2
Conversation from IRC about modelling citoid ontology in wikidata and using that:
Sun, Jul 1
Declined in favour of T197242
In this specific case there might be an issue here, which is that last1 is an alias of last, as well as author, so someone might be adding the full author to last1 and not need first2 at all. This could be modeled by separating out author into a separate parameters though.
Thu, Jun 28
This is part of next year's annual budget for WMF (starting July 1st, in 2 days!) - @aude we should probably schedule a time to talk if possible, is there anyone else you think should also be involved from Wikimedia DE? Particularly for the extension bit (T196353) there are some fairly important infrastructure decisions to be made, so I'd like to discuss those with at least a few folks who are very familiar with wikibase since I'm not familiar with it at all. In particular, we need a system to match citoid parameters to wikidata and I need to know if there's a practical way to do this using existing infrascruture (properties/items) or if new infrastructure needs to be built.
Wed, Jun 27
Re-opening because this is only fixed for en wiki, i.e. fr even *has* a chapitre template but isn't using it.
Tue, Jun 26
Mon, Jun 25
Sat, Jun 23
To replicate on he wiki, try inserting "citation" template manually, and then re-open it - it will open the reference dialog. But on sd wiki, depsite having the MediaWiki:Visualeditor-cite-tool-definition.json not defined, it opens the template.
I just tried this on he wiki, same bug. It's plausibly a RTL bug!