May 12 2021
I assume there are legitimate reasons for this, along the lines of: 1) nothing is making bureaucrats check to make sure 2FA is enabled for interface admins before granting 2) bureaucrats also are not required to have 2FA at present.
Sep 1 2020
As a point of order, if this request came from a wiki that only had 10 admins and 2 bureaucrats, I don't think it would be taken seriously even if there was consensus. Especially after https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requests_for_comment/Userrights_on_Hindi_Wikipedia.
Aug 31 2020
Phabricator is not the right place to "evaluate" consensus that has already been evaluated by the community.
This is done all the time; proper community consensus is required to handle all site requests on Phabricator. See https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requesting_wiki_configuration_changes and https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Limits_to_configuration_changes. (As a disclosure, I did oppose this proposal.)
Feb 27 2020
Sep 18 2019
As a note for the future, the Main Page should remain as-is with the warning to wait to edit until importing has taken place. It should probably be reverted right now.
Sep 14 2019
Seems to be a duplicate of T232753
Jul 12 2019
Jun 22 2019
I'm not sure, I know Erwin's tool worked that way but I'm not sure if mine did.
@MarcoAurelio It actually works for me, it is just super slow.
Jun 15 2019
Jun 1 2019
May 12 2019
Apr 27 2019
Mar 9 2019
I got it working. I had to do the following:
This doesn't seem to work. This works:
Jan 18 2019
Nov 28 2018
Nov 23 2018
It was an Echo notification - "A page you created was linked to on Wikimedia Commons"
Nov 22 2018
Oct 14 2018
Maybe some sort of rate limit/captcha on high-visibility items?
Mar 15 2018
So far so good, some of the pages are working again, and others are working after a purge. I'm still monitoring the script errors category.
Mar 4 2018
In fact, https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Wikidata:WikiProject_Roads/United_States/California&oldid=276427363 was working as of November 2015. Something changed in Wikibase between then and now, more likely closer to now (I only noticed this in the last few weeks).
Aug 24 2017
Apr 21 2017
I lost track of whether it was possible to create the property yet or not.
Mar 17 2017
I worry that this would quickly turn into https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requests_for_comment/Userrights_on_Hindi_Wikipedia.
Dec 20 2016
Nov 16 2016
Maybe not on test wikis, since there might be a legitimate purpose there?
Sep 12 2016
@Yurik "Yes, the rules are slightly different, but I doubt there will be many fundamental disagreements about the data." How do you know this for sure? I can think of several cases off the top of my head where it would be different. Take California state highways: sometimes the road still exists, but is no longer a state highway. One of the fundamentals of good programming is accounting for corner cases, rather than trying to shoehorn everything into one paradigm/user story.
Sep 9 2016
Isn't this relying on OpenStreetMap for data though, outside of our control? I don't think this is the right way to go.
Aug 18 2016
@putnik Any updates?
Jul 6 2016
This would still be helpful so that other operators could run the bot.
Mar 5 2016
@MarcoAurelio I've given you access to hat-collector on toollabs so you can copy it over.
Mar 4 2016
I believe everything was copied over to the stewardbots project before I stepped down, though unfortunately I don't remember the details and I suppose it could have gotten broken in the labs chaos.
Feb 14 2016
Mar 5 2015
Enforcing a conversion to a geodatabase format without any migration path is not a good idea, however, and will lead to the loss of data or a reluctance to migrate data to Wikidata.
Feb 17 2015
It is hard to say, since this is (according to my understanding) a security issue, and because it is not clear how Wikidata will affect this.