There are strange people who make such links (kindof urlencoded?):
[[Második világháború#Partrasz.C3.A1ll.C3.A1s Szic.C3.ADli.C3.A1ban
.28Huskey hadm.C5.B1velet.29|Huskey hadműveletben]]
So the section title must have been copied from the URL.
Do we have a ready tool to fix these?
Hope I'm doing this right... First time using a mailing list... Anyway, So
I'm trying to make a bot for a third-party wiki, https://sto.gamepedia.com/
I should probably mention that I've never actually made a bot before. So
I've generated my family and user-config files via the generate-family-file
and generate-user-files commands. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary during
The problem I'm having is when I try to log in. Not only does it completely
ignore the fact that I've created a user-password file (I have set it up
in my user-config file as well), it also does not log in when I've entered
in my bot password manually. It says I've logged in successfully, but
whenever I try and do anything, it prompts me for my password as if I was
I have a suspicion this is because of the convoluted process users have to
endure to log in to the wiki. When users try to log in via STOWiki, they
are redirected to Gamepedia to log in there. However, because Gamepedia
merged with Twitch, users have had to create a Twitch account in order to
log in to Gamepedia, and any existing Gamepedia accounts (including the one
I am using for the bot) have had to be merged with a Twitch account.
There's more information about the merge here
As if that wasn't complicated enough, there's an extra hoop bots have to
jump through involving setting up a bot password (which I have done), more
info on which can be found here
To sum up, I have absolutely no idea what I might be doing wrong or how to
fix it, and could really use some help.
Thanks in advance!
Python 2.6 is not supported by PSF since 2013-10-29.
Python 3.3 reached it's EOL on 2017-09-19. Packages have already started to
drop support for it.
It's a burden for developers keep the tests passing for these python
versions. And, I believe, for contributors to keep the code backward
If anyone objects, or really needs to run pywikibot with these versions,
please reply to this email or leave a comment on T154771.
: [RfC] Abandon support for Python 2.6