2015-09-03 7:05 GMT+01:00 Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki(a)gmail.com>om>:
Jean-Frédéric, 03/09/2015 01:52:
Ok, here is the problem. The current design
implies that one
configuration (country, project) has one row template and only one. As a
result, all monuments using WLM2014-riga and WLM2015-riga are *not*
parsed. This also explains the problems with categorisation: the bot
does find the monument in the database and thus cannot infer categories.
Looking at the WLM201X-riga templates, they appear to be perfect
supersets of one another − all the fields of 2013 are in 2014, which are
themselves in 2015. In this case, could we just unify the template?
I did not set up the templates, but at worst a wrapper template can be
However, can the bot fetch multiple sources (multiple roots for the lists)
and merge data from multiple rows for a single ID?
No. I believe the latest crawl would replace previous values for the same
In the meantime, I have changed the config to harvest the WLM2015-riga
template. This has added some 3000 more monuments to the database  for
The bot also categorized hundreds of pictures from Italy, but I stopped it
because of concerns raised on my talk page. See column 'Bugs' in