Fri, May 14
After the recovery from the OVH fire... do we have any news on this? Thanks!
Mar 25 2021
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Mar 17 2021
We give students direct links to their program, and now they find a "Not Found" error. It would be interesting to point everyone to the main page so they can see that an error exists.
Feb 24 2021
Feb 15 2021
That's it. Getting a list of items and recording them is not difficult. Having the bot upload them to the correct form is the tricky part.
Feb 12 2021
There used to be a way to add Wikidata queries, get a list of lexemes or forms, record them and automatically upload to Commons and Wikidata Lexemes, but this functionality seems to be gone. If we could get that working, the change would be huge.
Feb 11 2021
Feb 8 2021
I don't know how, but it's solved now. Could be some caching error.
Jan 12 2021
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Dec 3 2020
Somehow, the local() wasn't working. So I get rid of it and now it is working. I have added woff2, woff and ttf formats. Thanks!
It seems that the correct code was:
This is claimed as resolved, but I have tried various computers that don't have this font installed and the typeface shown is Comic sans. Is there a problem with css?
Dec 2 2020
Nov 19 2020
All should be closed!
Nov 11 2020
Thanks! This can be interesting, though I think we'll wait till Lingua Libre adds the posibility to find random lexemes.
Nov 9 2020
My concern was the second one. We are trying to make a lexeme pronunciation edit-a-thon (suggestion?) but if the bot is not working, it doesn't make sense at all.
If a list of lexemes in plain text is given, will the bot upload the audio?
Yes, but professors still find the title. I don't know how, since everything here was moved to private.
Actually everything here. We are not tracking anymore using this system because of privacy concerns by professors.
Is it possible to mass close them?
It used to be possible to do this, and it is even documented here: https://lingualibre.org/wiki/Help:Create_your_own_lists
Oct 27 2020
Oct 26 2020
This does not occur if the Download as PDF option is used in modern mode
Oct 16 2020
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Oct 6 2020
Hello again. Some years ago we worked implementing the Basque TTS into this extension. Is it included in the current version for the beta cluster? Thanks!
Sep 26 2020
Aug 19 2020
Let's see if someone can handle this, as visitors are reading the text with Comic Sans (suboptimal solution). Thanks!
Jul 24 2020
That's why I'm not reinstating it, I'm trying to discuss it and find a solution, because that typeface is part of the project's visual identity.
This happened again, but it doesn't seem to be any problem: https://eu.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=MediaWiki%3AGadget-TxikipediaTab.css&type=revision&diff=7995779&oldid=6486369
Jul 12 2020
Jun 4 2020
Ok! It seems solved. Thanks for the explanation.
Jun 3 2020
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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.
Mar 18 2020
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