[Wikimedia-l] Wikivoyage project launch/migration update
roland.unger at soziologie.uni-halle.de
Mon Nov 12 06:46:19 UTC 2012
the Wikivoyage e.V. got the xml files of more language versions, I
think also for es, fi, hu, ja, pl, pt, ro and zh from user Wrh2.
I saw pt running. The initStats maintenance scripts for pt shows:
Counting total edits...77254
Counting number of articles...3109
Counting total pages...5873
Counting number of users...1770
Counting number of images...0
Counting total page views...1
But there were no users who helped us to check to contents.
I am also not sure if the databases are OK. Unfortunately I am
not so much familar with databases to give a more detailed
Gerard Meijssen wrote:
> How many original Wikivoyage projects exist that have not been
> automagically exported exist ?? With Portuguese as the example, it would
> make sense to have it started in its own wiki. The language committee has
> made an exception for existing projects. The Portuguese project exists and
> as such it can start there is nothing about what has been technically
> possible to export/import in this.
> The only thing we expect is a previously existing project. It will be nice
> to have a list of languages that fit this bill.
> On 12 November 2012 04:57, Erik Moeller <erik at wikimedia.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 9:13 AM, Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton
>> <rodrigo.argenton at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Soo... We need to restart de pt.wikivoyage.org? One of the biggest
>>> projects?????? This is true?? 2000 articles, importing by hand???
>> Hi Rodrigo,
>> we were only able to import languages from Wikivoyage where dumps were
>> prepared and pre-processed by the Wikivoyage-folks (who are, BTW, all
>> volunteers and have done amazing work on this). So all the languages
>> from wikivoyage-old.org were imported. We can't support additional
>> case-by-case dump imports and pre-processing because the process is
>> pretty complex and error-prone. Additional near-term tech effort we
>> spend on Wikivoyage will be focused on fixing remaining site issues,
>> of which there are quite a few.
>> So yeah, articles would have to be manually copied and attributed via
>> template. :( But perhaps LangCom would make an exception to quickly
>> approve blank wikis for languages where it seems likely that there's a
>> viable community, so at least the incubator step could be skipped.
>> Erik Möller
>> VP of Engineering and Product Development, Wikimedia Foundation
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