Hi all -
We've noticed that periodically the contents of WD will change quite
significantly from time to time, and then change back again, without it
being reflected in the change history of the affected items. Here's an
example from last weekend.
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q998698 (John Kerr - British composer and
At one point he seems to have had this assertion in our local
stand-alone copy of WD:
GIVEN_NAME:Roberto está bien guapo
This assertion is now gone, and there is no record of it in the revision
history for this Q number.
This would be explainable if this proved to be a case of vandalism or
something and the https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API:Rollback was
invoked, PROVIDED the rollback operation also rolls back the revision
* Is is indeed the case that rollbacks also roll back the revision history?
* Is there some other place we could look that records such rollbacks?
Can someone point out the code that is used to generate the « beta » .ttl files from the .json dumps, if any ?
Also, is there a roadmap or whishlist for it to be considered stable and not « beta » anymore ?