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Thu, Feb 25
@Yug, could you elaborate a bit more? From the title I understand that you would like the LanguaImporter gadget be able to import such list? If so, I disagree I think it should be done by another gadget or be improted by hand and/or bot. We should not add more features to LanguaImporter other than creating an item for a language. So could you retitle?
Tue, Feb 23
I did it.
Mon, Feb 22
I have updated the LinguaImporter gadget code in order to take into account the new property.
Yug, since you are a subscriber, it means you get a notification (by email for example), so no need to write a comment to say that you read the last message. So suscribe to all taks you are interested in or you can watch the full LinguaLibre project to be aware of all changes happening in any task.
I've created P26 to link to Commons category relative to a language.
By the way, the code is not necessary the same as the ISO 639-3 code because some language/dialect does not have ISO 639-3 code (for example: Martinique Creole). Currently, all recordings for languages with no ISO code are in Category:Lingua_Libre_pronunciation-other. The problem about the category for language/dialect that do not have ISO code is described in T208641. So once we will have found the category name, we will be able to link to that category name with the new property.
If such possibility exists, it should go further. For example the Record Wizard should limit the number of recordings in order not to record more words than the limit.
I have created P25. So go ahead :)
Sat, Feb 20
Could you describe a little bit morewhy you want to add a limit? This is policy that is decided one a project basis. For example, for now, the French Wiktionary community decided not to limit the number of audio pronunciations. If one day, the community think there are too many pronunciations, it will decide what to do. It is not really relevant to add an function to disable addition of audio on wiki page. For example, if we set a limit to 10 and there are 10 pronunciation from the same region, it would be interesting to keep only 2 audio recordings from this region to allow recording from other regions. To be useful, this job can only be managed by humans, so that the community, Wiktionary project by Wiktionary project (because the rule may be different from one project to another.
Fri, Feb 19
I know many files hosted locally (mainly screenshots for have not been migrated during the deployment of the V2 version (see T264332). I think these files are lost definitely but not sure. So I do not know whether it is linked but if there is some mess in the file database, it would be nice to clean all.
Wed, Feb 17
What has to be done now is
- Display a clearer error message when the rate limit is reached
This message should explain what is the problem and what to do (wait until the user has uploaded 500 files, or 1 month after the account creation).
The current message
Thank Michael for the ffedback. Let us close this report for now. Feel free to reopen if the problem shows up again.
To "test", we just need to write something in MediaWiki:Sitenotice. This text should appear somewhere (usually at the top of all pages). We should test again after the deployment of MediaWiki 1.35.
Of course, because this message is visible (or should be visible) by everyone on Lingua Libre, we should not test too long (or at least write a comprehensive message).
Agreed with @WikiLucas00, let us wait the fix be deployed in the actual code (not only in MediaWiki:Common.css).
Tue, Feb 16
Mon, Feb 15
It is not solved because even if we understand the origin of the problem, we still need to "think about a workaround or at least a clearer error message".
I think it is done. We can close it.
Sat, Feb 13
Fri, Feb 12
This would be nice indeed. Actually, I do not remember how it did work before because the possibility to get a list of lexemes or forms should be implemented in the Record Wizard (Details step). I think we should open a new ticket to ask for this feature.
Thu, Feb 11
I am not aware that Translatewiki is linked to the "Commons captions".
Difficult to answer precisely. So I would say the best would be to ask on Wikidata talk:Lexicographical data to see what the "Wikidata lexicographers" expect from LinguaLibreBot. I think what is listed in the description is still valid but it's worth to ask to the current community. I think @VIGNERON may have some opinion about that since he is quite involved in lexicographical data.
Wed, Feb 3
Jan 19 2021
@Bouzinac, could you point to a page on enwp that still suffers this issue?
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Nov 10 2020
Hmm makes sense. That's said, the code of the bot is public so even if the official bot is not running you can run your own on your server
Nov 9 2020
You can still copy a list of words in plain text; the Record Wizard is able to parse them if words are separated by the # character. Concerning Lingua Libre Bot, it seems it does not add anymore pronunciations on Lexeme since some time. Currently there is noone to debug or restart the bot so Lingua Libre Bot will probably not work in the coming weeks (months?).
Actually, this feature dissapeared in the new version of the Lingua Libre website. So the documentation should be updated. Meanwhile, this task remains open to ask for this feature comes back.
Nov 5 2020
@Capmo, I think your comment is not related to what is described in this task. It is about teh RecordWizard, a tool used on Lingua Libre.