Ok! It seems solved. Thanks for the explanation.
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Mar 30 2020
Copyedit shoul be: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q6292692
Mar 25 2020
I think those are the most useful templates. We can try to populate categories adding them to even more articles if meeded.
Mar 23 2020
No, that's the best option. Smaller projects are not marking everything, so you can find now 27 articles because few editors are trying to make this effort.
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Mar 16 2020
I understand the risk of having something inappropriate, but I think the risk is really low and whenever a wikimedian or commonist find it it would be deleted or solved. I have been looking to the examples given in the description and it would be something really valuable to have at Wikipedia articles.
Mar 13 2020
Oopps! The user is me, so I get the notification. Thanks, I added the templatedata because I wasn't receiving it in the manual section. It may be a cache issue then, because now everything is working perfectly.
Mar 12 2020
Ezin dugu zure aipamena egin. Eskuz sortu dezakezu goiko "⧼citoid-citefromiddialog-mode-manual⧽" fitxa erabiliz.
Actually this is a very strange behaviour, because we have entered the prefix. Let's think in the people who is searching something in the help pages and gets a really weird search results page.
I would like to know if this is possible.
This have been somehow made with the authority template at the bottom.
Solved with change at Wikibase ,https://eu.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Modulu%3AWikibase&type=revision&diff=7728808&oldid=5866734
Feb 7 2020
Maybe @ElhuyarFundazioa can answer to this, but I think this is something as pronlex.
Jan 29 2020
Can it be activated sitewide while in Beta?
Jan 23 2020
Thanks for the idea. I will try, but not soon: I have a good queue of thing to do now.
Jan 15 2020
I have reset all the default options in my preferences and it works. I have enabled all of those I remember I had and it works. So there should be something that I forgot preventing me from seing the link.
Jan 13 2020
No ,sorry! It was automatically added. I have removed it.
It work for me in a private firefox window too and in Google Chrome, where I'm not logged in.
I can get the link in https://eu.wikipedia.org/wiki/E%3Dmc%C2%B2 working ONLY if I'm not logged in.
Is this only implemented at enwiki? Can it be used in other wikis?
Dec 18 2019
This was existing before, it is not related to the new model. It is weird for stub articles, but the catgories also affect to big articles.
Dec 11 2019
Redis-3.3.11, running on Windows CMD.
I have tried to to this using this Wikibase instance: https://arbaso.wiki.opencura.com/. I find a problem following the instructions here (https://github.com/wetneb/openrefine-wikibase) with Redis. It seems that there is an error with INCRBYFLOAT.
Dec 9 2019
Is it possible to allow every user, even if not registered?
Dec 3 2019
It was a Redis problem.
Nov 26 2019
Thanks @Amire80. My e-mail is galder158 [a] hotmail.com
Nov 25 2019
Can you guide me with this process, please?
No, the red underline is a guide of where the cursor should be in relation with the word. I have tried with Firefox and Chrome, logged in and out, deleting my cookies, with a secret mode tab and also from another computer, with the same results.
Nov 24 2019
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Any clue on this?
Nov 15 2019
Ok! Now there's nothing special happening at euwiki and there are not new merges happening, so it should be another thing.
Last days I have been heavily merging some templates, and it may be related.
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Nov 9 2019
Mm... I don't know if I understand your point. Currently, we can take whatever we want from Wikidata, this is being used masively on many Wikimedia projects.
Nov 5 2019
Hello again @Sebastian_Berlin-WMSE! Could I have any clue on how is this project, please?
Oct 30 2019
How could we train this? I add @Ksarasola to this topic, maybe he has some great ideas.
If it seems solved, we can close it, of course. I only wanted to note that strange situation.
Oct 25 2019
Oct 15 2019
A really important topic. Many languages are struggling with this, and even some existing languages can't create new projects when they have a couple of volunteers.
Thanks @TheDJ. I'm a bit lost about the topics here, but I think that this issue may be discussed at the Technical Conference.
Oct 12 2019
I'm not talking about "How to choose the best suited technical implementation (MediaWiki extensions, gadgets, "applets", etc) to provide functionality XYZ", but about "What is the path for things to be done". Imagine some kyrgyz university professor who wants to insert some interactive applets done in python at kyrgyz Wikipedia. There's not a Kyrgyz user group or even someone speaking the language at the WMF (as far as I know). What would the path be for this person?
That sounds like a very specific use case. Is there a dedicated task about this with more specific information? That task should also cover if "applet" implies "Java applet" and describe the wanted functionality in a way which allows others to potentially propose safer implementations, plus include links to previous discussions.
I don't know if this goes here, but I'd like to address one issue I thing we have to solve. Like twenty years ago I had a 3 1/4 diskette with a program to see how the planets where in the sky live, or what was the position of the moons of Jupiter right now. I could test with different times, places in the world (etc). Like ten years ago this could be a cool new feature for Wikimedia, something we could add to articles. Now is something we should have added ten years ago. But there is not a simple way to do it and every time I have tried to ask about that I find partial answers, mostly about security problems with applets.
I think this is pretty important for our movement. I have helped some newly created Wikipedias with their templates and modules and it is extremely lenghty and frustrating. They lack everything, and normally technical people is not among the wikimedians in that language. We should imagine a way in which every functionality is present (as images are in Commons) and you can override locally everything.
Oct 10 2019
The problem here is that new editors and not logged-in editors should have the visual editor for default, as the old editor is more difficult for them to understand.
Oct 8 2019
It makes sense, yes. Let's assume we have some good applets to learn physics running on python somewhere. What would be the steps to follow up so we can iframe them on any given Wikipedia?
I have finished the labelling campaing. There was a redirect in the list, so I said it was a stub, because I couldn't finish without it.
The problem is still the same: which is the correct way to implement this? We can have applets that make things interactive (for example, the position of Jupiter's moons) but for that it seems that we need some code review, isn't it? What would the correct jobqeueu be with this?
The article Lantanoide (https://eu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lantanoide) is a good example: structurally perfect, but with lots of wrong wording.
Hello! I have some queue to start with the labelling campaign, but I will follow up as soon as possible.
I have a student who is going to do her end-of-degree research adding content on advanced physics to Wikipedia and, at the same time, creating some widgets/applets to run interactivily those physical concepts, so the viewer can see how if you change some parameter you have different results. She will be working on Python.
On our side: translating all the legal documents can be really tricky for languages that lack a legal writing standard. And it is extremely lenghty.
Oct 7 2019
You can track the error if you click there: