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Alex Mashin

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-- Notify Bee (talk) 06:17, 16 March 2013 (UTC)

That was fast!

Thanks for trying out the new semantic usage capability! 🐝 thingles (talk) 14:57, 23 March 2013 (UTC)

Doesn't seem to work, though.
Alexander Mashintalk 08:48, 25 March 2013 (UTC)
Hmmm... parsing failed, will look into that. I noticed that you have collection set to every 1,440 minutes. 240 is the default. Was there a reason you wanted it that high? I'd love to move it back down to 240. I'm also seeing some name resolution issues but hopefully that was just intermittent? 🐝 thingles (talk) 14:15, 25 March 2013 (UTC)

{"parse":{"title":"\u0422\u0440\u0430\u0434\u0438\u0446\u0438\u044f:SMWExtInfo","text":{"*":"<p># This page outputs extended Semantic MediaWiki information # to be collected by WikiApiary http:\/\/wikiapiary.com\/ # Please make no modifications to this page outside of this comment block. # http:\/\/wikiapiary.com\/wiki\/WikiApiary:Collect_Semantic_MediaWiki_usage_setup generated: Sat, 23 Mar 2013 12:50:25 +0000 smwqueries: ....count: 10377 ....pages: 3981 ....concepts: 2 ....pageslarge: 6 smwquerysizes: ....Size 1: 1348 ....Size 2: 3519 ....Size 3: 1399 ....Size 4: 250 ....Size 5: 46 ....Size 6: 2210 ....Size 7: 1587 ....Size 8: 6 ....Size 9: 0 ....Size 10+: 6 smwformats: ....broadtable: 0 ....csv: 0 ....category: 0 ....count: 1269 ....dsv: 0 ....debug: 0 ....embedded: 0 ....feed: 0 ....json: 0 ....list: 6924 ....ol: 738 ....rdf: 0 ....table: 11 ....template: 949 ....ul: 485 __ NOCACHE __<\/p>\n\n<!-- \nNewPP limit report\nPreprocessor visited node count: 63\/3000000\nPreprocessor generated node count: 612\/1000000\nPost-expand include size: 98\/12582912 bytes\nTemplate argument size: 0\/12582912 bytes\nHighest expansion depth: 2\/150\nExpensive parser function count: 0\/300\n-->\n\n<!-- Saved in parser cache with key traditiowiki:pcache:idhash:117154-0!*!*!*!*!*!* and timestamp 20130323125027 -->\n"}}}

Well, this is the kind of thing I was hoping to test. Interesting, here is the output on WikiApiary:
<p>\n# This page outputs extended Semantic MediaWiki information\n# to be collected by WikiApiary http:\/\/wikiapiary.com\/\n# Please make no modifications to this page outside of this comment block.\n# http:\/\/wikiapiary.com\/wiki\/WikiApiary:Collect_Semantic_MediaWiki_usage_setup\ngenerated: Mon, 25 Mar 2013 17:19:02 +0000\nsmwqueries:\n....count: 51506\n....pages: 8622\n....concepts: 7\n....pageslarge: 2\nsmwquerysizes:\n....Size 1: 5243\n....Size 2: 5805\n....Size 3: 3305\n....Size 4: 16354\n....Size 5: 104\n....Size 6: 17780\n....Size 7: 2879\n....Size 8: 15\n....Size 9: 8\n....Size 10+: 11\nsmwformats:\n....broadtable: 0\n....csv: 0\n....category: 0\n....count: 29217\n....dsv: 0\n....debug: 0\n....embedded: 0\n....feed: 7\n....json: 0\n....list: 5237\n....ol: 0\n....rdf: 0\n....table: 2921\n....template: 93\n....ul: 0\n\n<\/p>

And here is the same wikitext on Traditio outputs:

<p># This page outputs extended Semantic MediaWiki information # to be collected by WikiApiary http:\/\/wikiapiary.com\/ # Please make no modifications to this page outside of this comment block. # http:\/\/wikiapiary.com\/wiki\/WikiApiary:Collect_Semantic_MediaWiki_usage_setup generated: Sat, 23 Mar 2013 12:50:25 +0000 smwqueries: ....count: 10377 ....pages: 3981 ....concepts: 2 ....pageslarge: 6 smwquerysizes: ....Size 1: 1348 ....Size 2: 3519 ....Size 3: 1399 ....Size 4: 250 ....Size 5: 46 ....Size 6: 2210 ....Size 7: 1587 ....Size 8: 6 ....Size 9: 0 ....Size 10+: 6 smwformats: ....broadtable: 0 ....csv: 0 ....category: 0 ....count: 1269 ....dsv: 0 ....debug: 0 ....embedded: 0 ....feed: 0 ....json: 0 ....list: 6924 ....ol: 738 ....rdf: 0 ....table: 11 ....template: 949 ....ul: 485 __ NOCACHE __<\/p>\n\n<!-- \nNewPP limit report\nPreprocessor visited node count: 63\/3000000\nPreprocessor generated node count: 612\/1000000\nPost-expand include size: 98\/12582912 bytes\nTemplate argument size: 0\/12582912 bytes\nHighest expansion depth: 2\/150\nExpensive parser function count: 0\/300\n-->\n\n<!-- Saved in parser cache with key traditiowiki:pcache:idhash:117154-0!*!*!*!*!*!* and timestamp 20130323125027 -->\n
  1. It seems the disablepp=1 directive doesn't do anything on Traditio, so I need to make sure to be able to ignore the embedded PP info in the comment.
  2. As I figured, the __ NOCACHE __ directive is coming through. You may want to remove that, but leave it for now.
  3. Most odd though is that the \n's are not output after each line. That one is a bit of a headscratcher and makes unpacking the YAML problematic. :-\ I'm very confused why the newlines aren't in the output.

🐝 thingles (talk) 17:25, 25 March 2013 (UTC)

I made some changes that I'm hoping will get the collection working on Traditio. Will see if it gets it tonight.
I completely redid the wiki page that this collects from. Since I can edit your wiki, I already updated SMWExtInfo on Traditio with the new format. FYI. 🐝 thingles (talk) 01:40, 27 March 2013 (UTC)

Thanks!

Barnstar Thanks for adding to WikiApiary!
Thank you for making WikiApiary better!
🐝 thingles (talk) 14:58, 23 March 2013 (UTC)

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