Nice solution, I'll post a link at Wikipedia:Torget.
It is a bit like making a traffic statistic by using a road cam, so it
wasn't really what I was looking for..
On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 5:18 PM, Magnus Manske
I set up one of my tools for you (nowiki) for 
It doesn't give you a list (though I could add that), rather presents
with a random one and tries to find a matching item. Basically, what
need to do anyway for due diligence.
Not quite sure what else you need, too much "somehow" in your
On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 4:01 PM John Erling Blad <jeblad(a)gmail.com>
> We lack several maintenance scripts for the clients, that is human
> readable special pages with reports on which pages lacks special
> treatment. In no particular order we need some way to identify
> unconnected pages in general (the present one does not work ), we
> need some way to identify pages that are unconnected but has some
> language links, we need to identify items that are used in some
> language and lacks labels (almost like ,but on the client and for
> items that are somehow connected to pages on the client), and we need
> to identify items that lacks specific claims and the client pages use
> a specific template.
> There are probably more such maintenance pages, these are those that
> are most urgent. Now users start to create categories to hack around
> the missing maintenance pages, which create a bunch of categories.
> At Norwegian Bokmål there are just a few scripts that utilize data
> from Wikidata, still the number of categories starts to grow large.
> For us at the "receiving end" this is a show stopper. We can't
> convince the users that this is a positive addition to the pages
> without the maintenance scripts, because them we more or less are in
> the blind when we try to fix errors. We can't use random pages to try
> to prod the pages to find something that is wrong, we must be able to
> search for the errors and fix them.
> This summer we (nowiki) have added about ten (10) properties to the
> infobokses, some with scripts and some with the property parser
> function. Most of my time I have not been coding, and I have not been
> fixing errors. I have been trying to explain to the community why
> Wikidata is a good idea. At one point the changes was even reverted
> because someone disagree with what we had done. The whole thing
> basically revolves around "my article got an Q-id in the infobox and I
> don't know how to fix it". We know how to fix it, and I have explained
> that to the editors at nowiki several times. They still don't get it,
> so we need some way to fix it, and we don't have maintenance scripts
> to do it.
> Right now we don't need more wild ideas that will swamp the
> development for months and years to come, we need maintenance scripts,
> and we need them now!
>  https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spesial:UnconnectedPages
>  https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Special:EntitiesWithoutLabel
> John Erling Blad
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