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Tagishsimon (talkcontribs)

Hi Ladsgroup - is EasyQuery yours?

If so, you may want to know that it produces erroneous SPARQL if used on Q1763539#P1236 ...


Tagishsimon (talkcontribs)

And I should also say, if EasyQuery is yours - thanks a million. It's very useful indeed :)

Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)
Tagishsimon (talkcontribs)

Excellent; thank you Ladsgroup. That works very well indeed :)

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Inkbug (talkcontribs)
Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

I think I fixed the tool now. Keep me posted.

Inkbug (talkcontribs)
Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

I fixed most things now except the part for P31:Q5 because number of items having this statement is so large that I can't make the query to work...

I will work on it later.

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Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

ممنون انجام شد!

Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

درود از دقت شما. این هم انجام شد.

Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

ممنون. جفتشان را پنهان کردم. تام هست ولی کسی فارسی نمی‌داند برای همین ترتیب اثر نخواهند داد.

Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)

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این آی‌پی هم خراب‌کاری کرده. راهی جز خنثی‌سازی تک‌به‌تک بلد نیستم اما زیاد است و تاریخچه را به هم می‌ریزد

Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)

1 فاقد سرشناسی.

Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)
Darth Kourosh (talkcontribs)

اولی عمداً حذف نشد؟

Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

شرمنده. مشکل این بود که ریورت نشده بود.

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Dan Harkless (talkcontribs)

Dexbot did this way back in 2015, and it wasn't caught until now, but for some bizarre reason it added "health specialty: gastroenterology" to cherubism (Q568865), with no references. Cherubism is a genetic disorder of the facial bones, and has absolutely nothing to do with the digestive system. This error, which was showing up on the Wikipedia article, has now been manually removed from Q568865, and since it happened way back in 2015, perhaps whatever caused it has already been fixed, but since I see multiple recent posts about the bot adding strange inaccurate data, I thought I should mention this one too.

Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

I believe this is a question for User:Doc James who asked me to run the bot.

Doc James (talkcontribs)

So the bot was based on ICD 10 (or were they ICD 9 code). The ICD codes are group by topic area and as jaw pertains to part of the GI track I guess they listed it there. I have been reviewing these lately and finding that well this method was decent it was not perfect unfortunately.

Dan Harkless (talkcontribs)

Ah, okay — thanks. Glad it wasn't a case of a bot running wild. 🙂

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JesseW (talkcontribs)

Back in April 2013, DexBot added the Commons category "World War I recruitment posters" to military recruitment (Q451987) starting the conflation of the concept of "military recruitment" with "military recruitment posters" that has continued since. Not really anything for you to do to fix this now, but I wanted it recorded. JesseW (talk) 03:36, 16 February 2019 (UTC)

Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

Thank you for letting me know, I'm not running the bot anymore.

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Mar(c) (talkcontribs)

Hello Ladsgroup,

The user who created the articles in multiple languages for the band Ha*Ash, also added some badges to its wikidata item Q5494459. Deltabot removed the badge for enwiki 4 times, and I removed the badges for eswiki and ptwiki because I couldn't find any trace that the articles really have been granted the 'featured' or 'good' status on those projects. However, Dexbot readded the 'good article' badge for ptwiki. Do you have any idea why, or based on which information?

I'll also leave a message to our pt-colleagues on pt:Wikipédia Discussão:Artigos bons#Ha*Ash.

With kind regards, Mar(c).

Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)
Mar(c) (talkcontribs)

Thanks for the explanation. Last week I noticed the categorization but I couldn't find the source of it. pt:User:JMagalhães confirmed that it's actually not a good article. The article source text doesn't contain [Categoria:!Artigos bons] or {artigo bom}, so I think the categorization is based on wikidata, via some module (probably pt:Módulo:Categorização AD e AB de outras wikis, and the category wasn't updated after I removed the badge. I'll try again and check the category.

With kind regards, Mar(c).

Mar(c) (talkcontribs)
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Magnus Manske (talkcontribs)

I am playing with this now. Two things so far:

Got this:

{
  "code": "revision not found",
  "message": "Could not get metadata for revision 703990725. By clicking on \"Skip\" button, skip this task"
}

Why not skip this automatically?

Also, I get label changes in Chinese, and descriptions in Farsi. How the hell am I supposed to make decisions on that? The "are you sure" dialog on every single skip gets a bit annoying.

Ladsgroup (talkcontribs)

Hey, thanks for the report. For the first one, there is a ticket for it already phab:T161102

Regarding the second one, please make a ticket and I will handle it soon. Thanks!

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TomT0m (talkcontribs)

Hi, I just tried recently a few suggestions on the Kian Game, it seems many of the suggestions are outdated for example because the item has been deleted, or in the case of « human settlement », a more precise class has already been added. Is it possible to do something about this ?

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84.57.212.47 (talkcontribs)
Sjoerddebruin (talkcontribs)

Those were the sitelinks that day, they were "correct" that day. It's not this bot responsibility to process page moves.

84.57.212.47 (talkcontribs)

Those never have been French and Spanish titles, they are English titles. They only have been used as "workaround" because no French or Spanish titles did exist that day. So they have never been correct! There is a difference between English titles being used e.g. in France as "French" titles and programs that do not have a title in France (yet), but still need a name for a Wikipedia article. You should know this difference before you add hundreds of wrong labels. All these edits have to be undone. If your bot makes wrong edits but you are not willing/able to undo them, than this is not a helpful bot and should stop its work altogether.

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Peter F. Patel-Schneider (talkcontribs)

Dexbot added several non-directors to the directors of True Grit, pointing to English Wikipedia. But English Wikipedia doesn't have the information that was added by dexbot.

What happened? How can dexbot be upgraded to fix these obvious errors?

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