Tue, Dec 3
If you want to count pages, then you are only looking at the current revision, right? And the current revision of a page is by definition never deleted/suppressed. So no need to check rev_deleted.
@Milimetric it wasn't being used to omit deleted pages (see inline comments about archive table), but to also exclude those RevDel'ed revisions.
I was thinking it made sense to exclude rev-deleted revisions: if a page only has (SDC) revisions that are partly restricted for most people, that we might not want to count those.
But one could argue that we should include them, and I'm happy to exclude that condition from the query! (though the number is likely extremely low, too low to even matter)
Mon, Dec 2
Fri, Nov 29
Current status: wbsetclaim fail silently, and (silently) restore the UI to the state it loaded with, in read mode.
IMO, when a change fails to submit, the widget should probably remain in edit mode, with (invalid) input untouched, and an error message.
Working on related: T239475: Validate input and inform the user about violations
I've split up this task. This ticket is not solely about enabling statement-level support for quantities.
I've split off the units-related work into T239474
Tue, Nov 26
Mon, Nov 25
I don't really know much about how mediawiki_history gets populated, but wbcreateclaim & wbeditentity (in addition to wbsetclaim) could also be used to create (or edit) statements IIRC, so this last set of results is likely incomplete.
Fri, Nov 22
As far as I can tell:
@mpopov's queries (wbc_entity_usage based) include both MediaInfo items, along with Wikidata-items pulled in via Lua.
@Addshore's queries are stricktly the amount of MediaInfo items.
Wed, Nov 13
Tue, Nov 12
federated-commons.wikidata-federation.eqiad.wmflabs & federated-wikidata.wikidata-federation.eqiad.wmflabs have been deleted
Fri, Nov 8
Thu, Nov 7
Nov 4 2019
Patch has been updated:
@Cparle also no longer needs them.
I suspect no-one else needs these anymore, but speak up if you do! I'll wait another week before removing them.
Oct 31 2019
Oct 30 2019
federated-commons and federated-wikidata can be probably removed.
There's one more instance on there that is still being used (not on Jessie, though): sdc-test-runner - this one should stay.
Rate limits have been increased for registered & confirmed users.
Oct 29 2019
We have been using it in the past - unsure if we plan to use it anymore - let me ask around
Oct 28 2019
Currently being used in production: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=File%3AJodrell_Bank_Mark_II_5.jpg&type=revision&diff=371864746&oldid=149735587
Closing this one - let's open other more specific tickets for additional work (T236691, T236692) or issues once they arise.
Oct 24 2019
Same as with T236372, these happened at the exact time these changes were being scapped, and stopped immediately after: https://logstash.wikimedia.org/goto/cfd3017e60a6be127c9673fd9ff53536
These all happened at 11:10 UTC, when the change was being deployed. This stopped immediately after: https://logstash.wikimedia.org/goto/39611d534c6b97d76c367f4e4878ab15
I'll doublecheck, but I think these only happened the minute the patches were being scapped, and then stopped.
What other wikis have structured data enabled? 😃
Oct 23 2019
That copy change in the confirmation dialog is a great idea, I'll go make that change.
Mmh - didn't see anything - what channel was that in? (or DM?)
Oct 22 2019
Commons is group 1. Let me know if you'd like me to deploy these patches once merged, or help in any way!
There is no magic involved.
Term lookups are performed differently for different entity types (because the data lives elsewhere), but in a non-hacky fashion (and it doesn't really matter where the data comes from or how it's retrieved anyway)
Oct 21 2019
AFAICT, most operations seem to be working fine.
The one that don't are either:
- irrelevant (e.g. resolvePropertyId - MediaInfo's aren't properties; or getDescription - it works, but MediaInfo's don't tend to have descriptions...)
- use SiteLinkLookup (getEntityIdForTitle and getSitelink) - I'm not even sure we'll need these for MediaInfo's - if we do, we can implement that later on!
Other lookups seem to work just fine!
Oct 17 2019
Oct 16 2019
Oct 11 2019
Oct 10 2019
Update: while above patches got merged, Lua still won't work by next week's deployment (at least not until some more issues are straightened out, but they may require some more work)
Oct 8 2019
Oct 7 2019
Sep 27 2019
Sep 24 2019
@OlafJanssen It's not immediately clear to me exactly what's going on.
Did the new user start seeing this error message immediately, when the very first thing was being submitted? (in which case this is probably some yet unknown bug)
Or was it only after having already submitted a few things that it showed up? (in which case I suspect the user was rate limited - only a certain amount of edits are allowed in a short period of time for new users)
Sep 23 2019
Sep 10 2019
Sep 6 2019
And unassigning myself - I don't want to claim this. Anyone can pick this up, work on any number of the acceptance criteria, and pass it on.
I've spun this off into multiple tickets - one per "category" - and I'm pulling this first one into "current work".