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There is also a Chrome extension to do this (I haven't used it): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wikipedia-ipa-speaker/jkgihpigffcfeebgedpklldebdibbnne
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Diffs are also broken; see examples in T292869
It's not just old articles; I created this one in March this year, but the "oldest" link gives:
On further examination the "oldest" link for the latter page :
Sep 27 2021
Sep 19 2021
Sep 13 2021
The "fix" at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Olympic_rings_-_SuperTinyIcons.svg added 40 bytes - defeating the point of having a "SuperTinyIcons" version of the logo.
Sep 2 2021
Aug 24 2021
And yet commons, which has bots, also has VisualFileChange.js
Aug 23 2021
There is (now) an H2 heading for "Sitelinks" (not "Sister links").
Closing; on renewed inspection, it seems that we now have an H2 heading, albeit hidden.
Tagging Lydia for delegation, please (this is an accessibility and usability issue).
The task into which this was merged is unchanged since 17 August 2020.
Closing this as stale; the file has just been successfully uploaded via https://ia-upload.wmcloud.org/
Aug 20 2021
Aug 19 2021
When the user enters some other PID, such as a DOI, ISBN, or PubMedID, Citoid should check whether there is a corresponding QID, and if so then proceed as above.
Aug 18 2021
T285668 may be related
Aug 17 2021
"add any information" clearly implies that such information is optional.
Aug 14 2021
Aug 13 2021
Jul 25 2021
Noting here, as I have just noted at T277505 (which is not a duplicate of this ticket): Northwestern Ojibwe, "ojb", is not the same as Ojibwe, "oj".
Jul 24 2021
Not a duplicate; Ojibwe (oj) is not the same as Ojibwain (ojb).
In what way is this task "Resolved"?
Jul 21 2021
Jul 19 2021
Jul 3 2021
The link should be pre-populated with the search string from the user's search, for example:
May 12 2021
May 11 2021
Maybe the recent renaming of the task and rewording of the description hasn't helped?
May 6 2021
The requirement "[the image's] attribution should be displayed" is not met.
Apr 30 2021
Mar 30 2021
Mar 25 2021
These issues have been addressed via community deliberations; depicts statement should be at the most specific level possible.
I have concerns about this approach. Structured Data on Commons is meant to be, well, "structured". It is not for "tags".
Mar 15 2021
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Feb 20 2021
@Lydia_Pintscher Please can you kindly delegate to someone who can move this forward, or at least tell us what is needed to do so?
Feb 19 2021
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Dec 9 2020
I agree that this should not be a low priority. SDC is a WMF priority, and is supported by the community at large.
We should cater for cases where the uploader is stating "own work", and can tell us that they are the subject of a Wikidata item; or that the work is that of a third party who is the subject of a Wikidata item.
Nov 22 2020
Oct 22 2020
There are good reasons for not having a default "alt" attribute for images; and for not using machine-generated values such as those copied from media legends or file descriptions. These are already referenced in part in T21906.
Oct 16 2020
Confirmed working. Thank you, all.
Oct 12 2020
The whole page cannot apply, since the two quotes I gave involve mutually exclusive outcomes.
@Aklapper You refer @Rich_Farmbrough to https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Bug_management/Development_prioritization - but that's a very long essay with multiple claims. Which of them do you think applies to this bug?
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Aug 4 2020
a database field that isn't tracked and is not capable of being sourced to verify its contents...