On Sat, Jan 17, 2015 at 03:31:37PM -0500, John wrote:
> All dumps are scheduled to run once a month, some just take longer than others
> to run, and there are issues some time, not sure why the order really matters.
It doesn't (for us).
> The WMF dump all of their active databases (any database that is hosting a
> site, regardless of the status of the site) If you want dumps/wikis removed
> file a request on meta for the complete shutdown of the project.
Seriously? There is a difference between a closed project and a
deleted project. Many of the closed projects still remain with an
active database, because often the voting results in "close but don't
delete" And I agree with that, so I would not request a complete
My common sense tells me that dumping closed projects is just
wrong. The dumps waste resources like space, time and attention.
> Otherwise just use some common sense and ignore the inactive wikis.
You are aware that "use some common sense" in this case is targeted
at some mirror script/fetchbot? I'd love to see an implementation of
that in some formal programming language.
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