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Aug 22 2022
A nice to have @Marcelo.castillo would be to be able to do this same process easily in the future. We imagine this type of testing will become much more common as credibility signals "grows" and designing this to be repeatable would be helpful.
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Jul 13 2022
Sure - I'm not actually that sure on the size, so fair point. Some of my assumptions here came from @ArielGlenn on their past experiences working on those dumps (and since they're on the ticket, I'm tagging them). Do we have an idea of # of HTML entities in commons?
I like it - flagging with our team.
Hey @Mitar, it is in the future plans and will be a part of some of the work we have coming around "credibility signals" particularly. I'll follow up as we get to what this will look like timeline wise in the dumps themselves.
Hey @Mitar sorry for late response. We are working through some process oriented work to make sure we triage this type of stuff more quickly.
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May 19 2022
Yes sorry @BPirkle - I wrote this ticket much more prescriptively of the solution than I should have. The bug report on our side can be found here on the Wikimedia Enterprise phab board. We are hardcoding "Article" since its returned empty and at the time confused us when in fact it is "(Main)", oversight on my part.
May 18 2022
Hi - yes thanks for the clarification. On our side, we'll map canonical "" -> "Main". Do you know if it is called something other than "Main" across language projects (beyond the language translation) - is that queryable / accessible somewhere in documentation?
May 11 2022
May 5 2022
Hey @Nemo_bis - thanks for this - helpful feedback. Further investigating...we're using this Action API endpoint which appears to leave namespace 0 out which I believe we are hardcoding as Article...let me check with some teams about that and get back to this, but we should definitely rename according to language.
Apr 25 2022
Apr 8 2022
Thanks for adding this @jberkel - we'll look into it!
Mar 14 2022
This makes sense. Thanks for sharing that ticket, it makes sense to me. We'll change them all to http:// , we are intending to use them as identifiers. Thanks @Addshore for catching this, this wasn't on my radar.
Mar 9 2022
Hey @Addshore - Thanks for flagging - we actually use https for our output, could you elaborate on the main differences actually, we could change this.
Feb 22 2022
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Feb 7 2022
Added more context to this description - if any questions, feel free to ping me.
Feb 2 2022
Wooot! Was this ticket exactly one year?
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Jan 12 2022
This is interesting - thanks for posting interest in this. I think this makes sense and I'm glad you're finding the JSON schema useful! It might take a little bit to plan this sort of thing out but I agree having this available does make sense especially sitting alongside the dumps.
Hey @Mitar - thanks for making this ticket and appreciate your response on the wikitech-l thread. Super helpful feedback.
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Amazing :), excited to see how it does!
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Aug 5 2021
Hah meant to add @Protsack.stephan as a subscriber not owner
Jul 5 2021
Jun 23 2021
Update here - we are onboarding folks at the current moment - DevOps focused Sr Software Engineers. Some of which will take pick this ticket up, moving this to the backlog for now.
Jun 22 2021
@Sashah2 - checking in here, were you able to allow-list these IPs? After that we should be good to go?
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Jun 14 2021
Nice, sounds good. @ArielGlenn - does that feel like enough space on your end?
Jun 9 2021
Jun 8 2021
@Protsack.stephan, maybe we can repurpose this ticket with our comments from today's standup? I'll tag relevant people.
Jun 3 2021
No problem, thanks @BBlack!
Checking in here @Eugene.chernov, any blockers?
Checked in with @nskaggs this morning. Looks like we are in good shape to get this moving.