Aug 25 2020
Jul 19 2020
FYI, a notable software library to extract metadata from PDFs is grobid: https://github.com/kermitt2/grobid
As of July 2020, I confirm that citoid does not handle PDF links, eg https://en.wikipedia.org/api/rest_v1/data/citation/bibtex/https:%2F%2Fresearch.chalmers.se%2Fpublication%2F508693%2Ffile%2F508693_Fulltext.pdf
Oct 8 2019
I confirm that the error has disappeared.
Jul 21 2019
Works as a charm as follows
Jul 17 2019
perfect, I have everything to make a proof-of-concept extraction :-)
Thanks! I guess it's sqlite? is the schema documented somewhere?
Jul 16 2019
Jul 10 2019
ack, thanks for your feedback.
I needed this tag when I contributed my first bug report on wikibooks, thinking it may help the
Jul 9 2019
The wikibooks tag will be used by users of the wikibooks platform who find bugs in it.
Jul 3 2019
Done for wikibooks, see https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T227158
May 17 2019
The problem is that the feature is hidden behind a dropdown button.
I confirm that the namespace feature is a solution. It means it's not a missing feature but a UI/UX problem. I'm renaming this ticket.
May 16 2019
Thanks. What is a namespace filter?
Nov 7 2018
Timely! That's great.
My bad, I see that it works.
Nov 1 2018
I confirm that citation-bot calls the oadoi API, and adds the corresponding links (see function get_open_access_url() in Template.php).
Oct 25 2018
How to make progress on https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/mediawiki/services/citoid/+/459591/?
Oct 21 2018
RefToolbar queries Citoid only for ISBN and URL queries, see https://github.com/alexz-enwp/reftoolbar/blob/master/lookup.php#L328
Oct 19 2018
Thanks for your answer. We make progress.
In the editor, I lookup a DOI and get no result (10.1109/ase.2011.6100176)
Oct 11 2018
Sep 21 2018
For the record, OABot is also related to this task: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:OABOT
Sep 18 2018
Thanks for the suggestion, done:
The conference papers are rewritten as 'cite book'. However, the OA URL points to the article itself
(and not to the whole proceedings).
Sep 17 2018
Good to know, thanks @Smith609
Sep 16 2018
Thanks a lot for the insider insight.
Sep 14 2018
Sep 10 2018
Thanks for your feedback.
Sep 8 2018
A tentative fix to link to oadoi.org on wikipedia: https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki/pull/88
Aug 31 2018
It would be great to link to oadoi.org when a doi is present.
Something happened, I didn't mean to change this task' s status.
Duplicate of T174540?
Duplicate of T174540?
Dec 15 2017
Good, we're along the same line. Created https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T182971.
Dec 14 2017
OK, thanks for taking and documenting the decision.
Dec 3 2017
I notice that this task has moved from "Up Next" to "Backlog". Any hope to see progress on restoring plain HTML dumps?
The Collection extension is an interesting option.
Dec 2 2017
Thanks a lot for the fast answer.
Having a tag for "wikibook" would indeed be useful.
Nov 20 2017
In this case, you're looking for
Thanks a lot, this is the perfect answer!
Mar 21 2017
It's not clear to me whether resolving T133547 https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T133547 would
solve @martin.monperrus https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/p/martin.monperrus/' use-case(s).
as far as I understand, T133547 is technically related but does not address the problem discussed here.
Mar 20 2017
"Direct navigation" is what this task has in mind: you get a file, uncompress it and start
navigating HTML pages as on any website.
Mar 16 2017
The main thing that is missing is actually offering HTML dumps, but I know @ArielGlenn is working on making that (finally) happen.
Aug 16 2016
Are you saying it's impossible to make a cross-platform application like Kiwix work on them?
not possible without major hacking effort.
Aug 14 2016
To read Wikipedia offline on mobile e-readers with specific OSes (such as Sony DPTS1), the static HTML dump would be the only possible option.