Someone knows about a tool or someone who can help with getting articles
stats from csv file?
Next week is the election day in Israel and I'm looking to get articles
stats of the parties and the candidate. to do it one by one will take too
much time. If there is any tool which can get CSV file with the article
names and return CSV file with the data - will be great.
Does anyone know how to find or generate a list of the most frequently
edit Wikipedia articles in a certain category? We received a question
from a large newspaper who is interested in learning which topics from
their country received the most editor attention on the English
There are tools like http://www.wikistats.co/ (most edits during the
past 24h hours) and Wikirage
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wikirage , seems currently
defunct though). But they don't offer restricting the list per
I guess I'm looking for something like
http://toolserver.org/~magnus/ts2/treeviews/ with edit counts instead
of page views, and capable of handling large category trees like that
for a country.
Hints about related results are appreciated too (e.g. articles most
frequently edited *from* a certain country).
Senior Operations Analyst (Movement Communications)
I can't remember who to contact about this, It looks like DB replication
on db1047 halted on Jan. 8th. Specifically, the last event in the
recentchanges table is 20130108215551*. *
What's the current protocol for giving it a kick?
Third issue of the MediaWiki community metrics monthly report!
We have added a section with social media stats. Hopefully next month we
will show mediawiki.org data to reflect the documentation work.
There is a big increase in the total amount of lines of code and active
contributors. The addition of Kiwix and MediaWiki Editor Engagement
Experiments has something to do with this. Probably Ohloh crawled more
of the hundreds of repositories we have on file. But underneath this
there is the main factor that the MediaWiki community is growing
As a contrast, MediaWiki core got the lowest amount of commits since
June 2010 - probably related with the post 1.20.* releases + holidays?
Technical Contributor Coordinator @ Wikimedia Foundation
I would like to know the top Wikipedia articles in music category for a
country ( lets say India ). Is there a way I can get access to this data.
If this data is not readily available can I get the per-article PV data for
a given country, so that I can infer my desired outcome.
At the request of the Wikipedia Zero folks, we have finally merged and deployed this change:
This adds two new fields to the end of all webrequest log lines.
1) Accept-Language HTTP header. This will support the Internationalization and Language team with creating new metrics.
2) X-Carrier HTTP header. This will simplify detecting whether a request was made through the Wikipedia Zero project
Accept-Language comes from the user's browser, so this will be filled in for the 15th field on many of the lines. X-Carrier is manually put in place by the mobile Varnish frontends, so most of the request will not have anything useful here. As usual, if any of the fields are blank, a single '-' will be in the field's position.
We've got a few upcoming changes too. We still want to change the field separator in these lines from space to tab. We are also considering geocoding all IP addresses by default, which would add a 17th field for the geolocation. We'll keep you updated if and when those changes get ready to go in place.