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Folks, just a heads up, the Application submission phase ends at 6:00 pm UTC (11:30 pm IST) today. Make sure to submit your final proposals in time at https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com
Apr 2 2021
@Iamumangg The error in question is due to the fact that you are probably running the script inside Git Bash (which has some weird quirks that may be causing issues with the bash script). If you want to do stuff using fresh-node on Windows, try using either a Linux VM or WSL2.
Mar 31 2021
@Languageseeker The error is shown 'cause indexing individual images via <pagelist /> syntax is not supported by ProofreadPage. If ProofreadPage decides to support individual image indexing via <pagelist /> syntax, Pagelist Widget could possibly be modified to support it.
@Divrthor345 Thanks for taking an interest in the project :) I'd suggest you try and setup the MediaWiki-Docker development environment (as per the instructions given here) and then setup the ProofreadPage extension (per the instructions here) and then start working on the micro-task/proposal. (It's quite late, so you'd better hurry up)
Mar 30 2021
Mar 29 2021
Folks, just a heads up, the student application phase of Google Summer of Code will start in ~ 6 hours (23:30 IST today (29th March 2021)).
Mar 27 2021
Mar 24 2021
Or should it be like a separate housekeeping parameter
@Inductiveload @Languageseeker This is certainly possible. But it will probably require some more hashing out... For example, which characters should be added based on the parameters on the Index: pages.
I had this exact error when installing MediaWiki-Docker on Windows a month ago. It seems the cache/sqlite directory isn't readable by the MediaWiki inside the MediaWiki Docker container (chmod o+rwx cache/sqlite fixed it)
Mar 23 2021
Mar 22 2021
@Apoorv-Nsut Yeah, you can... Currently, all tasks are taken (have assignees)... I'll add some new ones soon.
@Sourabh112112 @Apoorv-Nsut @Sanket9162 @Shailesh_Patro! Thanks for taking an interest in the project :) I'd suggest you guys try and setup the MediaWiki-Docker development environment (as per the instructions given here) and then setup the ProofreadPage extension (per the instructions here) and then start working on the micro-tasks.
This is deployed in production. Thanks @Yash4357 for working on the task :)
Mar 21 2021
Mar 20 2021
@Khr2003 I'd say stick with table for now, Wikimedia tends to support a lot of really old browsers (think IE8,9), so it's probably not the best idea to break compatibility all of a sudden
Mar 18 2021
For context, in both of the models, the method updateCachedDataFromMainModel() is used to initialize the model with data, when the dialog is opened and unloadCachedData() is called when the dialog is closed.
Mar 14 2021
@Ashutosh2001 Here in TopPanel, data.text in the function setPageData() is being sent the following text <span style="visibility:hidden;">00</span>1`` (for the number 1)... The objective of the task is to remove the hidden zeros and only print the number
@Hadiya8149 To solve the issue you basically need to add a special case to this function that checks if the error is an HTTP error and emits a message informing users that the pagelist couldn't be fetched due to network issues.
Mar 12 2021
@Gaurav24072002 The fix mentioned in the task has already been made by @Yash4357. There isn't anything left to do on this task (besides waiting for the change to be deployed). If you're interested in the Google Summer of Code project "Adding zoom and pan capabilities to the Wikisource Pagelist Widget" then you should check out this list of tasks and work on one which hasn't been already claimed.
I've added a few good first task's for ProofreadPage. Once you guys have finished setting up your development environment, you can start with them :)
Mar 11 2021
@Ankit27Aggarwal You basically need to setup MediaWiki-Docker (pre the instructions given here) and then set up the ProofreadPage extension. Feel free to ping here (or on Zulip) if you've got any doubts/are stuck.
@Yash4357 @Kemsguy Thanks for showing interest :) I'd suggest you guys try and setup Mediawiki-Docker as your development environment and install the ProofreadPage extension as per the instructions here.
Feb 19 2021
This should work as expected now.
Feb 17 2021
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Jan 21 2021
Yup, it does work now on all Wikisources :)
Jan 18 2021
Made the changes, the bug appears to have been caused by some corner-cases that I failed to check in fc745f5dfb483766e12cf4123ef08cc1427d37a4.
Jan 16 2021
Jan 11 2021
@Gopavasanth I've rebased and uploaded a newer version of the patch. The main area I'm struggling with (and have been struggling for quite some time) is, getting the draggable interface to properly move with the mouse once the video is rotated. The draggable currently moves in the opposite direction to that of the mouse( when the video is rotated ).
Jan 7 2021
@Prernaswarna Feel free to ask any questions about the task if you need help...
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Dec 10 2020
Ah, okay, I must've missed that :)
Dec 7 2020
It's getting rejected with a 414 Error for the requested URI being too long...
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@Arjunaraoc My bad, I meant MediaWiki:Proofreadpage index data config
Nov 7 2020
@Arjunaraoc The MediaWiki:Index data config for te wikisource is doesn't seem to be right. You should replace all the English id values (like Pages) with the actual template parameter name (for the template at మూస:Proofreadpage_index).
I'll take a look.
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Oct 23 2020
@Gopavasanth Wrt to the crop area, should it change orientation with the video or should it stay in the horizontal state ?
Oct 19 2020
@Diwanshu885 I've left some feedback on the patch.
Oct 16 2020
This seems to be related to https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/skins/Modern/+/585834 . Pinging @Jdlrobson and @Ammarpad.
This report seems to be about the fact that the Languages section has vanished/is not visible in the Modern skin. Reproducible at this link (Observe the lack of the languages section in the sidebar as compared to the Vector skin).
Oct 15 2020
@DannyS712, my bad, it's on mediawiki.org