Hello. I understand that this extension is supposed to interlink editions of the same work in various language wikisources. If so, it seems to have some problems. There is the item d:Q19525761 which is linked to editions at English Wikisource s:The History of the Bohemian Persecution and at Czech Wikisource cs:s:Historie o těžkých protivenstvích církve české and despite that the two editions are not interlinked by interwiki. Can it be fixed, please?
Does it work?
It seems that nobody follows this talk page, so I am trying to ping @Tpt from the discussion below if they know anything about the issue. Thanks very much.
Sorry for the answer delay. For now the extension only uses the "edition of" property. So when looking for interwikis for s:The History of the Bohemian Persecution, it is going to have a look at d:Q104554612 and d:Q104554889 but not at d:Q19525761. It is definitely something that should be improved.
@Tpt: Thanks for the reply. It would be great if it got improved. So is there any possibility how to interconnect the translations other than manual adding the interwiki at the moment?
Hi! For now I see no other way than using the "wikitext" interwiki or creating a "work page" connected to d:Q104554889.
@Tpt: Hungarian Wikisource’s Module:Wikibase follows has edition or translation (P747) as well. It works if any one or both of the two pages (local and target) are connected to edition items. It also includes some checks to return only a single best result; if there are multiple equally valid possibilities, it returns nothing instead of choosing an arbitrary one. Maybe you could reuse the algorithm?
Yes, it's definitely doable. I was planning to do it but I never took the time to implement this approach yet.
Hi Kaldari! This extension is deployed on all Wikisources. It currently only uses the Wikidata property edition of to fill the "in other languages" and "other projects" sections of the sidebar. The goal of this extension is to have a place to put MediaWiki customization that is shared by all Wikisources and would be better in a MediaWiki extension than in a global gadget.
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