Hi Ed, currently i came across Wikistream and Wikipulse that i both very like. Thank you very much for it. Did you also think about other visualizations? E. g. a visualization of the geolocations of the items that are edited or some other way of clustering. Actually would be a nice project for some students at a university to find expressive visualizations on the edit streams. Such visualization could be spread on a wide range from more art-like visualization to more scientific ones. Cheers, --Aschroet (talk) 11:48, 15 April 2015 (UTC)
Made label, description and aliases special pages easier to use
Bene* created a new Special:ListProperties special page to list properties by data type
Expanded our set of automated browser tests
Made language fallbacks work in more situations and more consistently. In particular, the entity selector now uses language fallback. This should benefit especially people who want to use Wikidata in a variant such as en-gb.
Continued work on the planned DataModel 3.0 release
Continued discussing and documenting future calendar model support
Continued work on our RDF generator
Continued work on usage tracking for labels on multilingual sites
Addshore worked on various issues regarding redirects
Addshore worked on a special page to turn an item into a redirect
Work on showing entity labels in edit summaries on history pages
Implemented change dispatching based on the new usage tracking mechanism
Fixed issue with page deletions on some Wikipedias not being reported to Wikidata
More work on straightening out date formatting and parsing
Fixed handling of scientific notation for quantity values
Term box: fixed bug causing stale info to be show, and another bug causing babel languages to be ignored sometimes.
Implemented access to other arbitrary items via the #property parser function
Bene* implemented check to make sure two properties can not have the same alias only differing in capitalization
There are a number of user boxes you can add to your user page to indicate interests and which wiki projects you belong to.
On Tuesday, we are deploying usage tracking (no arbitrary access yet) to Dutch Wikipedia and French Wikisource, and subscription tracking on Wikidata. There should be no noticeable changes for users. These are necessary steps towards enabling arbitrary access in clients.
Worked on making language fallback work in the suggester (when adding a new statement or searching for an item)
More work on RDF output and the query service
Added Special:RedirectEntity for redirecting items
Investigated and working to fix JS bug on items with “invalid” values (phabricator:92975)
Did work towards having entity ids in revision histories and in diffs linked with their label (like on watchlists or in the recentchanges)
We rolled out usage tracking on the first two wikis (French Wikisource and Dutch Wikipedia). Users should not notice anything. More wikis will follow in the next weeks. This is the remaining step for enabling arbitrary access on wikis other than Commons.
The students team is working hard to get a first release of the improved constraint reports and checks against 3rd party databases out.
Ricordisamoa fixed the issue with long descriptions being cut off.
We fixed the focus flow in the property selector.
We improved the messages on Special:EntityData to make it more understandable.
Hi, I a technician from Turkish Wikipedia. I have created 3 twitter account for anon: @TBMMedits (Grand National Assembly of Turkey), @TSKedits (Turkish Armed Forces) , @ODTUedits (Middle East Technical University). I have all key, tokens and secrets of accounts. I also have a access to WMF-Labs. Now I am collecting IP addresses and creating config file. I newer used Node. Whats next? Can I run it from my account or it should be in anon project. Can you help me? --Mavrikant (talk) 22:52, 19 January 2016 (UTC)
Hi, what is your username on tools.wmflabs.org? Edsu (talk) 18:53, 27 January 2016 (UTC)