Feb 19 2021
Oct 30 2020
Huh, ok, closing as invalid. Looks like we just happened to notice that now. Sorry about that!
Oct 28 2020
The issue still happens, even after purging the page with ?action=purge.
To add to the original report, it looks like the error is affect logs as well. We blocked a user and it shows up in the block list, but no in the Special:Log/blocks page.
Aug 13 2020
Sure! This is the script:
import pywikibot site = pywikibot.Site("en", "nbdb") repo = site.data_repository() item = pywikibot.ItemPage(repo, u"Q165") claim = pywikibot.Claim(repo, u'P15') target = pywikibot.ItemPage(repo, u"Q6") claim.setTarget(target) item.addClaim(claim, summary=u'Adding claim')
Jul 1 2020
Correction: it does search the local wiki... sometimes, and when it does, it doesn't seem to show all the files that match the search term.
Jun 11 2020
Noted, thank you. Just wanted to make sure!
Re-opening in case my previous comment went unnoticed
Jun 8 2020
@AmandaCath hi! sorry, could you change it to https://static.miraheze.org/? It's not working now so I guess it needs the full thing. Sorry about that!
Jun 7 2020
Jun 3 2020
Ok, it seems to be working now, so I'm assuming it needed some time. Sorry for my "wikibase spam" and thank you for all your work! Closing the task.
Oh, that's awesome. Thanks!
@John I see you have resolved this task, but I don't see "Wikibase (Client)" enabled in the managewiki page. Is the extension actually installed?
May 19 2020
Awesome, thank you!
@Reception123 the checkbox is greyed out
Got it. It's not a big deal, just a nice thing to have, so don't worry if it's not possible.
May 15 2020
I still don't understand why people keep using this Task for questions and issues not related to the task itself. It's a little bit frustrating, to be honest.
May 6 2020
Any news on that? A simple "yes, it's possible" or "no, it's not possible" will be helpful for me to know.
May 1 2020
@MavropaliasG yeah, well, that changed recently, as you will see if you go to your wiki's manage extensions page (it's no longer resitrcted). I don't want to sound rude or anything, but if anyone has questions not related to this configuration change, it's probably better if you ask on Discord, IRC, or the community noticeboard. Thanks.
Apr 30 2020
@AmandaCath that's correct, but it requires the repository. I want to install it to connect to a repository installed on another wiki, that's why I'm opening the task.
Apr 13 2020
Apr 9 2020
@Reception123 Makes sense! Yes, I would be interested; after talking with the other active administrator, we have decided to go for Yandex (I'm assuming that the options are Apertium, Microsoft, and Yandex).
Apr 6 2020
It works now, thank you both! :)
Apr 5 2020
@Paladox yes, but this is a DOI (for scientific papers, and I think magazines too, etc). ISBNs are for books and look like 9780395595114.
Apr 4 2020
Thank you! I tried with a URL, and it worked, same with titles and DOIs. However, ISBNs keep causing the same error (I tried with different ISBNs to make sure it wasn't a problem of a specific book).
Apr 3 2020
Update: After some more tinkering, I get this error on the console when loading the editor: Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 () (coming from https://nonbinary.wiki/api/rest_v1/data/citation/mediawiki/9780415908979?action=query&format=json).
Mar 21 2020
I should add: there's no error and translations seem to work, but I don't see the typical machine translation help I see when I use Translatewiki or the same extension on Wikimedia wikis. Not sure if that's a Miraheze limitation or if it has to be specifically enabled.
I re-enabled the extension, marked the page the had the issue for translation (https://nonbinary.wiki/wiki/Nonbinary) and now it works. Not sure what changed (if anything).
Feb 27 2020
Feb 21 2020
Nov 28 2019
@Hispano76 Oh, I see it now too. I guess it needed some time. Thanks!
@Hispano76 hi! While the interwiki itself works, it does not display in the sidebar under the "in other languages" section
Oct 27 2019
Oct 25 2019
Got it, feel free to close the task, then. I wish this was possible, but I understand the reasons, so no problem. Thank you for everything! ^^
This requires us to install the "blaze" service. Which we have no resources for.
Oct 22 2019
Ok, I thought that having the base domain set was enough. I've told the administrator who manages our domain to follow the instructions. Thanks!
Oct 21 2019
Mar 8 2019
No, it's not resolved yet. It shows four letters, no numbers.
Mar 7 2019
Re-opening because after some days, the problem persists.
Mar 2 2019
@Reception123 I've tested it and, while the option appears in the drop-down, the statistic is empty:
Feb 13 2019
Jan 11 2019
When I open the console, I see the following messages:
Aug 8 2018
That's awesome! Thank you so much. It certainly needs polishing, but I love that your made that... much quicker than expected!
Aug 2 2018
Hi! I'm so happy you are making progress with this task! I checked the link and I miss individual page views, like a top-ten or something similar. Also, the most-searched words using the wiki search field would be interesting in order to see which are the most user-wanted articles.
Jul 7 2018
May 21 2018
Oh, I'm such a noob. Closing!
Right, closing because the bug is in my brain, not in ManageWiki ?
Whoops, ok, sorry about that. Removed this part of the original report.