Hi, I would like to start proposing properties for IDs which have Mix'n'match catalogues (for example: 2746) but for that I would need to see the formatter URLs, allowed values of the sites. Is there a way I can access these?
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Looking at some match it seems to be https://www.anthroencyclopedia.com/entry/$1 for the catalogue 2746
@Adam Harangozó can you post a list of these catalogues? I'll help
Thanks but there isn't a specific list yet, I just wanted to start adding some but I have problems figuring out the regex for the allowed values which is included in the proposals. For example I know that the URL pattern for 2747 is http://www.child-encyclopedia.com/$1 but I don't know how to describe the allowed values.
I examined the pages and the regex is
(lowercase letters and dashes, one or more). You can try such at https://regex101.com/
I have now added the external URL pattern underneath the catalog info (example), where one is stored in the autoscraper. Most catalogs don't have that information though.
@Magnus Manske That is great!
- The home page also has a useful link AC properties without Mix'n'match. Could you change the query link to https://w.wiki/E7x, which also adds Order?
- Is there a way to make a list of Mix'n'match catalogs without an AC property? Even better if we can add property proposal links to that list :-)
I have changed the AC properties link (that is actually done in the translation interface, in case you want to update it again later).
I don't have a list of MnM catalogs without AC property, but I have one without property (linked from the main page as "Catalogs without Wikidata property").
- Rename the latter to "external-id Properties without Catalog".
- And put counts in parens after these links
This way it will be more obvious to the community what work needs to be done at the catalog level.
For https://tools.wmflabs.org/mix-n-match/#/catalog/770 the URL is https://www.issr.org.uk/fellows/user/$1/
Thanks a lot, Magnus! Would it be possible to see the regex for the "allowed values" or is this something I should figure out myself for each?