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Previous discussion was archived at User talk:LydiaPintscher/Archive 1 on 2015-08-10.

AlessioMela (talkcontribs)

Is possible to see the full list (or a specific edition) in Special:DispatchStats? Thanks!

LydiaPintscher (talkcontribs)

There is a bit more info in the links on User:Lucas Werkmeister (WMDE)/Dispatch queue debugging and (the graph at the bottom must be green for the lag to go down). I don't have more unfortunately.

AlessioMela (talkcontribs)

Thanks Lydia! I'm curious about this in order to make a reasonable interval for this tool that lists all the articles without a Wikidata item. And dispatch lag creates many false positives.

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Jura1 (talkcontribs)

Hi Lydia,

Is this just a mistaken assumption by a user rarely active on Wikidata or has the workshop mentioned on Topic:Tvx64y7zezv4rz4v somehow created the mistaken assumption that Wikidata is a dumping ground for statements that can't be referenced?

LydiaPintscher (talkcontribs)

There was no workshop. We met at the Wikimania hackathon because she had a question which I helped her with. And of course I didn't give the impression that Wikidata is a dumping ground. And she also never got that impression I am sure.

I'm sad we're not solving this with less flames.

Jura1 (talkcontribs)

Not sure what she's out for. If it wasn't part of a project or workshop, it probably doesn't matter either.

The same worked out quite well when I helped with

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MediaWiki message delivery (talkcontribs)

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Fixertool (talkcontribs)

Did you notice that you deleted Obama's place of birth from almost all the wikipedias? Ok, the hospital. But, to read Honolulu is more important. Of course I understand it was just a mistake. Thanks. ~~~~

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Please take part in the Flow satisfaction survey

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Hi Lydia am kelvine in kenya i own a technology company,i have a data security meeting in planning and i fill wikidata should be included my email is

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AVRS (talkcontribs)

Why did you remove them?

LydiaPintscher (talkcontribs)

Is anyone really searching for Firefox with these shorthands? And even if we don't need them in lowercase and uppercase.

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Checkingfax (talkcontribs)

Dear Lydia, Thank you for providing an edit summary when you deleted an instance from the Guy Kawasaki item. Summaries really help. I wish they were mandatory. Can you make that happen? Some of the deletions come across harshly if they are done without explanation.

As an aside, I find Wikidata to be painfully slow to add data to. It would be nice if we could have a text form to fill out instead of having to wait for each line item to save and refresh before moving to the next line item within a data item.

It would also be helpful in Flow on Wikidata when linking to an item like Guy Kawasaki if we could highlight Guy Kawasaki, click on the link icon, then have several Q items to choose from to link out to.

This is my first time creating a Talk topic in Flow! Whee! Cheers! (PS: I know enough about Flow to know that I do not have to sign my entries, and by clicking on the four brackets in the lower right corner I can switch to the wikitext editor).

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Lockal (talkcontribs)

Hi, I seriously disagree with your edits here and here. There is nothing wrong with providing *.onion links for websites, which officially support onion routing. If you don't know what does this mean, please read .onion. If you don't want to see such kind of links in templates and queries, set rank to deprecated (which I did for Facebook).

Disclaimer: my provider have blocked Facebook and various torrent websites. It also have blocked Wikipedia for few days; luckily the society response helped to stop such unthinkable act of censorship.

LydiaPintscher (talkcontribs)

You're right. Sorry. I clicked the links and they didn't lead anywhere. Should have checked more carefully.

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