Sat, May 13
...and likewise for categories
Thu, May 11
Sun, May 7
Fri, Apr 28
Apr 12 2017
At your next event, as soon as possible, ideally one at least week beforehand, you can open a task on Phabricator for that (we need outgoing IPv4/IPv6).
Apr 6 2017
Feb 24 2017
Feb 12 2017
See also T157897
Feb 7 2017
Or the upload tool(s) could just resolve the short URL to the full one. Or issue a "shall I convert URLs, or abort" warning.
Feb 6 2017
Removing the Firefox add-on fixed this for me.
Original report at:
Jan 11 2017
See also this property proposal:
Jan 10 2017
This is a response (but not is mutually exclusive) to the property proposal I made at:
Oct 31 2016
Relevant "oldid" URLs:
Sep 28 2016
Sep 9 2016
(for example) causes a set of links to GB specific maps to be at the top of the GeoHack page.
Jul 28 2016
What if the creator is none of these? For example, a non notable individual who puts images on their own website, with a CC licence?
Has anyone considered the alternative of having a "creator type" property, qualified by one of the three kinds of ID discussed above?
Jun 22 2016
Jun 3 2016
Dec 18 2015
The "account creator" right (which I hold, for en.WP) does not do the same thing.
Nov 5 2015
It would be handy if an item's URL - e.g. https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q123 - could also be parsed.
Sep 12 2015
Aug 26 2015
This seems to have been done without the consensus of the editing (and image uploading) community. Please restore the import of time from EXIF, ASAP. Even if it is wrong, such data is useful for sequencing sets of images correctly, where image names do not facilitate this (perhaps Task T109589 is related?) It has always been editable.
Aug 19 2015
Jun 19 2015
Please credit me with some intelligence. This has nothing to do with "deployment to WMF sites". The proposed solution /when deployed/ will not not resolve the issue described.
Reopened - this is not resolved by "throttleoverride", according to https://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikimedia-l/2015-June/078309.html
Jun 11 2015
Jun 4 2015
Edit conflict as I modified my last comment; sorry Bene ;-)
Thank you for the notification. Having looked at the examples produced by the query shown above, I am concerned that removing some my impact usability for people editing or adding to Wikidata manually.
Jun 1 2015
Are we planning a party for this bug's *sixth* birthday?
May 23 2015
May 6 2015
either way we need to have a discussion in the community to agree that "anything in brackets can be stripped" is ok
Apr 30 2015
Apr 12 2015
Mar 25 2015
Mar 14 2015
How would "throttleoveride" be of use to event organisers, trainers, Wikimedians in Residence, etc, who are not sysops?
Mar 12 2015
This would be very useful; and in training sessions run in-house by Wikimedians in Residence, too. I've had a lot of valuable training-time wasted dealing with the issues described.