Erik Moeller | 4 Jun 20:06 2008
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Important new edit patrolling features available

As of today, the "FlaggedRevs" extension is available to any wiki
community that wishes to use it. FlaggedRevs is a tool for patrolling
changes, identifying high quality article versions, and changing the
default version shown to unregistered users. It's highly configurable.
As such, we're making it available in two configurations:

1) A minimally intrusive "patrolling" configuration;
2) Custom configurations per your request.

== Who needs this feature and where can I see it? ==

Larger wiki communities will probably benefit more from the use of
this feature than smaller ones. If you have problems keeping vandalism
in check, and/or want to experiment with new ways to identify high
quality content, you should look into this functionality.

You can see an English language demo installation of the feature at:
http://en.labs.wikimedia.org/

The feature is in production use on the German Wikipedia:
http://de.wikipedia.org/

The German Wikipedia uses a custom configuration where the most recent
vandalism-patrolled version, if any, is shown to unregistered users.
You can track the progress of their use of the patrolling feature
here:

http://tools.wikimedia.de/~aka/cgi-bin/reviewcnt.cgi?lang=english

== Patrolling Configuration ==
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Bryan Berry | 12 Jun 09:32 2008

having trouble downloading images and audio for wiktionary

hey guys, I am trying to set up a mirror of English Wiktionary for
Nepal's OLPC pilots and encountering some problems. I am using wikix to
generate the download scripts for the images and audio. 1) How do I
download the audio and 2) are the image and commons paths different than
that for wikipedia?

thanks for your help

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Systems Engineer
OLE Nepal, http://www.olenepal.org
Dennis During | 12 Jun 13:41 2008
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Re: having trouble downloading images and audio for wiktionary

You would want the tech list, I think. Good luck with the project.

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On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 3:32 AM, Bryan Berry <bryan@...> wrote:
> hey guys, I am trying to set up a mirror of English Wiktionary for
> Nepal's OLPC pilots and encountering some problems. I am using wikix to
> generate the download scripts for the images and audio. 1) How do I
> download the audio and 2) are the image and commons paths different than
> that for wikipedia?
>
> thanks for your help
>
> --
> Bryan W. Berry
> Systems Engineer
> OLE Nepal, http://www.olenepal.org
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> Wiktionary-l mailing list
> Wiktionary-l@...
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Test Pilot | 19 Jun 15:49 2008
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Firefox add-on that define words using English Wiktionary


Open source, GPL tool.

You can check it using Mozilla web site:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/7675 (registration required)
or or from public hosting: http://www.autohotkey.net/~TePe/WikiLook.xpi
(right click, Save Link As, and then open file using Firefox).

I'm looking for someone who can give a hand with development. 

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