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Previous discussion was archived at User talk:SilentSpike/Archive 1 on 2019-03-26.

DerHexer (talkcontribs)

Hey, that might be partly correct. However, both pages which I edited do have Wikipedia articles connected. The description is shown as short summary of the idea behind the object on various places (e.g., Commons search). “Wikimedia compound page” might be an internal information but isn't useful for other users which likely see that even more often than internals. Since I do not want to start an edit war, I'm asking you to help me find a solution for both requirements. A comma? “Wikimedia compound page about XYZ”?

SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Hello!

Just to provide context for any future readers: pages in question are floor exercise (Q828144) and still rings (Q655318).

I also have no intention of edit warring here, I'm primarily a Wikidata contributor so was considering the description from a Wikidata centric point of view where is it useful for the description to clearly mark the item as intended to be a compound page.

As for resolution, this is a classic and long-standing problem (described at Help:Modelling/Wikipedia_and_Wikimedia_concepts#Compound_Wikipedia_articles) which I admit I don't fully have the answer to. In an ideal world I suppose the commons category would be linked to the item specifically for the event since it seems to be representing that over the apparatus itself, but I'm guessing that would break the direct link from commons to other wikis?

Perhaps, as you suggest, a description "compound page about the event and the apparatus" would be best. We may also get more experienced suggestions if asked at project chat.

DerHexer (talkcontribs)

Thanks for the hints. I was pretty sure that it was discussed before. I'll read through that when I find a bit of time and do as suggested. Best!

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Scraper for MusicBrainz genre catalog

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Summary by SilentSpike

Scraper added

Solidest (talkcontribs)

Hi! Could you please add scraper to mix-n-match catalog you created, so it could automatically update on its own?

https://mix-n-match.toolforge.org/#/scraper/new

Here's parameters:

Catalog ID: 3476

Press "Add keys level"

URL pattern: https://musicbrainz.org/genres

RegEx entry: <li><a href="/genre/(.+?)"><bdi>(.+?)</bdi>

id: $1

name: $2

url: https://musicbrainz.org/genre/$1

Press "Test scrapper"

If it gives 800 entries then press "Save scraper/catalog".

SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Hey, thought I originally had. Now done.

Property proposal/Tax Identification Number (Belarus)

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Summary by SilentSpike

Proposal reviewed

Aestrum (talkcontribs)
SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Hey there, I can take a look yeah! :)

Aestrum (talkcontribs)

Thank you! Please let me know if something needs to be improved before the property is created

UKRI Gateway to Research organisations auxiliary matches

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Matlin (talkcontribs)

Hello! I think that these auxiliary matches in UKRI catalogue are hilarious ;-) They are connected to cities, villages etc.

SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Hey there :) Yeah it's pretty silly, seems to just be matching the street name for some, I was trying to see if there's a way to just unlink them all so if you know of one let me know

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RolandUnger (talkcontribs)

What is the cause that you are removing the TripAdvisor ids (P3134)?

SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Hey, the property format was recently updated to be more correct (only the digits are the true ID).

So my Quickstatements batch should not be removing IDs, but replacing them with the correct format. If you've come across a case where the ID was strictly removed please let me know, thanks.

Eurohunter (talkcontribs)

Hello. Why is bot replacing Q48799541 with Q28378282?

SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Hey, that's to make the data homogeneous. You can see from the following query that the latter is preferred:

SELECT ?qualifiervalue ?qualifiervalueLabel (COUNT(?item) as ?ct) 
{
   ?item p:P2002 [ pq:P1552 ?qualifiervalue ]
   SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],en". }               
}
GROUP BY ?qualifiervalue ?qualifiervalueLabel 
ORDER BY DESC(?ct)

Try it!

I'd refer you to Property_talk:P2002#Representing_various_account_qualities where I've started a discussion on how to represent various account qualities.

Summary by SilentSpike

Interwiki links were to two different mountains. New item was created and links have been split appropriately.

Andrew Gray (talkcontribs)

I'm trying to figure out where Beinn Mheadhonach (Q20581792) should be located - the coordinates have it on the Western Isles, you made an edit locating it in Argyll (sourced to DOBIH) and the Welsh WP article has it in the Highlands, but with a description (between Loch Linnhe & Loch Etive) that would fit with very northern Argyll. I don't think I have a good map of either area, unfortunately!

Any ideas? It might be that there are two of them...

SilentSpike (talkcontribs)

Yeah I think what's happened is that the cebwiki and svwiki articles are about another mountain/hill with the same name on the Western Isles and have been erroneously linked to this item about the 715m mountain in Argyll (I would go with the DOBIH here, unless cywiki has another reference that corroborates it being in the Highlands, in which case both can be listed).

It's a common error to come across in my experience matching items from the DOBIH because there are so many repeat names and half the time the ceb/sv wikis actually have incorrect information. Looks like the Western Isles mountain is this one.

There also is another mountain by the same name in the Highland area.

Andrew Gray (talkcontribs)

Great, thanks - I'll split out items for each of the others and hopefully that should forestall future confusion!

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