Hi, Billinghurst,

I think that you have misunderstood the mentioned special page.

The Oai portion on [[Special:ProofreadIndexOai]] reffers to OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting), not OAuth =)

On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 2:26 AM, billinghurst <billinghurst@gmail.com> wrote:

I don't see it listed at
which is where all approved clients are listed at this time (though the
plan is to move the process to meta at some point).

Regards, Billinghurst

On Wed, 19 Feb 2014 18:54:18 -0300, Luiz Augusto <lugusto@gmail.com>
> I've just found [[Special:ProofreadIndexOai]] and loved it!
> Firstly, why this special page isn't listed at [[Special:SpecialPages]]?
> Second, [1] points to [2], that returns a 404 error.
> Oka, now I'll ask the most important thing: how to implement it!? =)
> The doc page [3] mentions a page stored in the MediaWiki namespace, but
> that page is almost empty on it.wikisource and don't ever was created on
> en.wikisource. Those domains contains DC fields such as title, creator,
> issued.
> The MediaWiki page was also ever created on pt.wikisource, but all
> that it returns to me is type and format.
> ----
> As a side note, I really love all efforts done in ProofreadPage
> It's amazing that a plugin developed entirely in a volunteer basis, with
> little or none input from the main product (MediaWiki) developer team,
> achieved such level of quality and complexity.
> But, please, give some love and attention to maintain it's
> Do it remembering that it will be crucial for small Wikisources, since
> of the time only one or two users retains all the very specific
> necessary to try to develop and atract new users for that subdomain.
> Reverse engineering to discover how something works is a time consuming
> task, like all the remaining core tasks. At the end, those local experts
> users ends in getting no fun contributing to Wikisource because firstly
> needs to do lots of additional and sometimes bureaucratic work if really
> wants to not being the only user in such wiki.
> We all are in the same boat, trying to colect works in copyleft or
> domain in a project that the main organization behind we (Wikimedia
> Foundation) neither try to help us or know how to help us (in fact,
> of us, myself included, don't know also on what can be helped), please
> each other on what is possible.
> [what a melodramatic message I just wrote LOL]
> ----
> [1] -
> [2] - http://mediawiki.org/xml/proofreadpage/qdc/
> [3] - https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Proofread_Page#OAI-PMH

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