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?
Hi Pywikibot folks,
Not all of you are subscribed to Wikitech or just missed this
announcement because of the high traffic of this list. The hackathon is
in about 6 weeks. Would be nice to have a lot of you at this event!
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Subject: [Wikitech-l] Wikimedia Hackathon 2017, Vienna: Registration Open
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2017 14:12:47 -0800
From: Rachel Farrand <rfarrand(a)wikimedia.org>
Reply-To: Wikimedia developers <wikitech-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
To: Wikimedia developers <wikitech-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Registration and scholarship applications for the WIkimedia Hackathon 2017
The hackathon will be taking place in Vienna, Austria between 19 - 21 May,
Scholarship applications are open until February 26, 2017.
- Register here:
- Event details here:
- If you have any questions, please email: hackathonwikimedia.at
Please forward this announcement along to any relevant mailing lists!
We hope to see you in Vienna!
Wikitech-l mailing list
Following the process described in the Code of Conduct for Wikimedia
technical spaces <https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Code_of_Conduct>, the
Wikimedia Foundation’s Technical Collaboration team has selected five
candidates to form the first Code of Conduct Committee and five candidates
to become auxiliary members.
Here you have their names in alphabetical order. For details about each
candidate, please check
Committee member candidates:
Amir Sarabadani (Ladsgroup)
Lucie-Aimée Kaffee (Frimelle)
Nuria Ruiz (NRuiz-WMF)
Sébastien Santoro (Dereckson)
Tony Thomas (01tonythomas)
Auxiliary member candidates:
Ariel Glenn (ArielGlenn)
Caroline Becker (Léna)
Florian Schmidt (Florianschmidtwelzow)
This list of candidates is subject to a community review period of two
weeks starting today. If no major objections are presented about any
candidate, they will be appointed in six weeks.
You can provide feedback on these candidates, via private email to
techconductcandidates(a)wikimedia.org. This feedback will be received by
group handling this process, and will be treated with confidentiality.
We want to thank all the people who has considered the possibility to
support the Code of Conduct with their participation in this Committee. 77
persons have been contacted during the selection process, counting
self-nominations and recommendations. From these, 21 made it to a short
list of candidates confirmed and (according to our estimation) a potential
good fit for the Committee. Selecting the five candidates for the Committee
has been hard, as we have tried to form a diverse group that could work
together effectively in the consolidation of the Code of Conduct. Selecting
the five auxiliary members has been even harder, and we know that we have
left out candidates who could have contributed just as much. Being the
first people assuming these roles, we have tended a bit towards more
technical profiles with good knowledge of our technical spaces. We believe
that future renewals will offer better chances to other profiles (not so
technical and/or not so Wikimedia veteran), adding a higher diversity and
variety of perspectives to the mix.
On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 12:30 PM, Quim Gil <qgil(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Dear Wikimedia technical community members,
> The review of the Code of Conduct for Wikimedia technical spaces has been
> completed and now it is time to bootstrap its first committee. The
> Technical Collaboration team is looking for five candidates to form the
> Committee plus five additional auxiliary members. One of them could be you
> or someone you know!
> You can propose yourself as a candidate and you can recommend others
> *privately* at
> techconductcandidates AT wikimedia DOT org
> We want to form a very diverse list of candidates reflecting the variety
> of people, activities, and spaces in the Wikimedia technical community. We
> are also open to other candidates with experience in the field. Diversity
> in the Committee is also a way to promote fairness and independence in
> their decisions. This means that no matter who you are, where you come
> from, what you work on, or for how long, you are a potential good member of
> this Committee.
> The main requirements to join the Committee are a will to foster an open
> and welcoming community and a commitment to making participation in
> Wikimedia technical projects a respectful and harassment-free experience
> for everyone. The committee will handle reports of unacceptable behavior,
> will analyze the cases, and will resolve on them according to the Code of
> Conduct. The Committee will also handle proposals to amend the Code of
> Conduct for the purpose of increasing its efficiency. The term of this
> first Committee will be one year.
> Once we have a list of 5 + 5 candidates, we will announce it here for
> review. You can learn more about the Committee and its selection process at
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Code_of_Conduct/Committee and you can ask
> questions in the related Talk page (preferred) or here.
> You can also track the progress of this bootstrapping process at
> PS: We have many technical spaces and reaching to all people potentially
> interested is hard! Please help spreading this call.
> Quim Gil
> Engineering Community Manager @ Wikimedia Foundation
Engineering Community Manager @ Wikimedia Foundation
I'm trying to move some of my scripts to PAWS. Without realizing, I
logged in to PAWS with my normal username, not my bot username, so
when I try to change the username from user-config.py, I get the
pywikibot.exceptions.NoUsername: Logged in on wikipedia:ro via OAuth
as Strainu, but expect as Strainubot
Is there any way I can change the username or do I need to create
another notebook? If the latter, how can I easily move my files
Per https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T152907, I have pushed a new release
to PyPI: version 3.0.20170403. As you may have guessed from the version
number, this is with the idea to essentially to 'timeboxed' releases, where
we just push the most recent version from git to PyPI. This means a little
less stability (releases may be broken inadvertently), but also means the
version om PyPI will be much more up to date.
If you require Pywikibot 2.x specifically as dependency, please take care
to specify it as such in your requirements.txt/setup.py.