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Nov 25 2021
So given the above, what are the best steps to take next? Is it best to work through the issues identified by the Security-Team or make a smaller custom extension that can populate <meta name="citation_.*"> tags from wikidata?
Nov 15 2021
@Urbanecm Thanks for the clear reply - this is really useful for refining what info is needed.
Nov 12 2021
Is there capacity for someone to make a dedicated extension? Essentially all that needs to be done is to pull relevant fields from the wikidata item linked to a particular page and add a set of standardised <meta name="citation_.*"> tags. For example:
Nov 3 2021
Jun 24 2021
Thanks! In general, it'll be useful to be able to control both relies and new discussions in similar ways, especially via the URL. The use case on this page is probably extreme, but there are plenty of pages where replies expect to have templates in (or around) them. The most common is probably voting, where it'd be useful to have three buttons support/oppose/comment that add a reply with one of those templates (similar to Template:Vote_below).
Oct 27 2020
+1 to the comments above
Jul 28 2020
Oct 29 2019
See also community wishlist survey 2020:
Oct 14 2019
Sep 30 2019
Other interested members on phabricator may include: @Bryandamon , @jeblad , @Daniel_Mietchen, @Faendalimas.
From a WikiJournal User Group point of view, these would also be very interesting (technical wishlist). I'm pretty unfamiliar with Phabricator. What'd the best way to restart this? Especially:
Aug 1 2019
Since the main use case for shotening long urls within wikimedia is 99% for query.wikidata.org, could that page instead include an option for the query to be piped straight to the url shortener (or compress its url)?
Jul 25 2019
Just a note to say this would be extremely valuable for WikiJournals, since almost all links in them are interwiki links pointing to wikipedia articles. (discussion, draft technical wishlist)
Jul 24 2019
+ 1 on increasing length. Indeed long wikidata queries are probably the single most valuable use-case for the w.wiki url shortener.
Jun 14 2019
I love the idea of this module. I'm trying to get Template:WPX_member_box functional in WikiProject_Molecular_Biology. It seems to work fine in other wikiprojects. Is there page that I need to create that I'm missing?
Jun 3 2019
What would the process be for deciding whether the character limit can be raised?
May 24 2019
I'd be happy to see it raised an order of magnitude. Is there a possible negative application or security risk that it is aiming to avoid?
Additional note: In mobile mode, I also get the warning "The URL is too long, the maximum size is 2,000 characters". This doesn't appear in the desktop version.
May 20 2019
Jan 7 2019
We're currently looking at moving off godaddy. Eventually we hope to have the Wikimedia take over hosting of the domain name (meta:WikiJournal).
Jan 3 2019
Jan 2 2019
Dec 4 2017
Although requested for distinctly self-serving reasons, I think date ranges will be generally useful in the same way that they are in the pageviews tool.
Nov 30 2017
It is used for listing all contributors to a WikiJournal article (e.g. Rotavirus journal article) using a hyperlinked "et al" in the author list.
Oct 17 2017
May 10 2016
Copied from a short conversation at link.