When list=allusers is used with auactiveusers, a property 'recenteditcount'
is returned in the result. In bug 67301 it was pointed out that this
property is including various other logged actions, and so should really be
named something like "recentactions".
Gerrit change 130093, merged today, adds the "recentactions" result
property. "recenteditcount" is also returned for backwards compatability,
but will be removed at some point during the MediaWiki 1.25 development
Any clients using this property should be updated to use the new property
name. The new property will be available on WMF wikis with 1.24wmf12, see
https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki_1.24/Roadmap for the schedule.
Brad Jorsch (Anomie)
Mediawiki-api-announce mailing list
I have posted a similar message on the Wikimedia Developer Support, but
I still can't get my code running, here is my original post:
"I am writing a code to use the MediaWiki web service API to login to
the system. Based on the online API documentation, I used “action=query”
to get a login token and “action=clientlogin” to post the login request,
but I got “Invalid CSRF token” error. I am not sure what I missed, is
there a clientlogin sample code, either html or php or any format?"
wants to take a look of my testing code.
I am trying to get articles belong to WikiProject Democratic Republic of
the Congo. I tried both API calls and Quarry (I guess they shared the same
data source), but did not get any articles back. I wonder if anyone has any
sense what's going for this project in the database? I just used
"Democratic Republic of the Congo" as the query input. Thank you!
I am trying to get the articles that are tagged to a particular project
using the API. My code was working like couple months ago, but not any
Below is the url request I make, and it seems that projectpages is no
longer on the API:Lists <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API:Lists> either.
I wonder if anyone would know what's going on, or point me to resources?
URL = 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=query&format=