Thu, Dec 5
@Aklapper I changed the task to be more adapted to newbies. As of Wikibooks, I created the project there myself: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Wikibooks:Correct_typos_in_one_click
Wed, Dec 4
@Aklapper the backlash was needed when I ran it since it had space in the file name, I changed the description to instruct to use file name without spaces so backlash is no longer needed.
Tue, Dec 3
@Aklapper thanks for the instructions, I edited the task. Let me know if something is still missing.
@Aklapper anything missing?
Mon, Dec 2
1 Download "Articles, templates, media/file descriptions, and primary meta-pages." from https://dumps.wikimedia.org/enwikibooks/20191120/
2 Running the program requires compiling, which can be done by gcc command. I'm not sure about the students prior knowledge in coding.
3 Creating the project page can be done by searching "Wikibooks:Correct typos in one click" inside en.wikibooks.org and clicking on the red link of "Wikibooks:Correct typos in one click" on the top of the results. It is preferred to edit on Wikibooks with an account, which can be created by clicking "Create account" on the top menu.
4 enwiki is en.wikipedia.org and the same project there is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Correct_typos_in_one_click
Sun, Dec 1
The task requires two things:
1 copying user script from enwiki to enwikibooks
2 downloading the c program, word list and dump of enwikibooks
3 running the c program to scan the dump file for the typos on the list
4 creating project page for the output and adjusting the script to run on that page
5 testing by correcting typos using the new buttons the script adds
Sep 8 2019
Sep 7 2019
Sep 6 2019
"each revision must have a "main" slot that corresponds to what is without MCR the singular page content." (Requests for comment/Multi-Content Revisions)
Aug 30 2019
https://dumps.wikimedia.org/hewiktionary/20190820/ All pages, current versions only.
I am using MediaWiki 1.33.0
You can see the error here: https://meaning.wiki/h/index.php?title=%D7%90%D7%A7%D7%98%D7%95%D7%A4%D7%A8%D7%96%D7%99%D7%98&action=edit
I'm not sure how should I check full stack trace of it.
Aug 26 2019
May 19 2018
May 28 2017
Mar 25 2017
Mar 19 2017
The bug just happened on my Galaxy S6.
Mar 10 2017
Just bought Galaxy s6, Android 6.0.1, Chrome acts OK on this phone, couldn't reproduce the bug.
Feb 24 2017
The phones I tried are 4.4.4 and 6.0.1
Feb 23 2017
Chrome on laptop and IPad didn't have this bug.
I tried 3 random phones in three random articles and all of them made this bug consistently. Can't you find an android with Chrome and try it yourself?
I tried safari and firefox and it didn't happen.
I tried Chrome on Samsung J5 and One Plus 2 and it happened.
I tried Chrome on IPAD and it didn't happen.
I tried Chrome on my laptop with m. in the url and it didnwt happen.
Feb 18 2017
On android, mobile view, editing any wikimedia page, using backspace or cut for deleting text, makes the screen scroll up to almost top of page. For example, I try to edit https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwoodite top paragraph, backspace to delete the dot on the end scrolls me back to | class... in the infobox.