XTools/API/Project

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The XTools Project API endpoints offer data related to a specific project.

Normalize project

GET/api/project/normalize/{project}

Get the URL, database name, domain and API path of a given project.

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.

Examples

Get basic access information about the English Wikipedia:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/normalize/enwiki
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/normalize/en.wikipedia
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/normalize/en.wikipedia.org

Namespaces

GET/api/project/namespaces/{project}

Get the localized names for each namespace of the given project. The API endpoint for the project is also returned.

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.

Examples

Get the namespace IDs and names of the German Wikipedia:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/namespaces/dewiki
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/namespaces/de.wikipedia
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/namespaces/de.wikipedia.org

Page assessments

GET/api/project/assessments/{project}

Get page assessment metadata for the given project. This includes all the different quality classifications and importance levels, along with their associated colours and badges.

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.

Examples

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/assessments/enwiki
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/assessments/en.wikipedia
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/assessments/en.wikipedia.org

Page assessments configuration

GET/api/project/assessments

Get a list of wikis that support page assessments, and the configuration for each. This includes all the different quality classifications and importance levels, along with their associated colours and badges.


Examples

Get the XTools Page Assessments configuration:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/assessments

Automated tools

GET/api/project/automated_tools/{project}

Get a list of the known (semi-)automated tools used on the given project.

Response format

For each tool, the some or all of the following data is provided:

  • tag: A tag that identifies edits made using the tool.
  • regex: Regular expression that can be used against edit summaries to test if the tool was used.
  • link: Path to the tool’s documentation.
  • label: Translation of the tool’s name, if applicable and available.
  • revert: Whether or not the tool is exclusively used for reverting edits.
  • namespaces: Which namespaces the tool is used in.

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.

Examples

Get all the known semi-automated tools used on the English Wikipedia.

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/automated_tools/en.wikipedia.org

Admins and user groups

GET/api/project/admins_groups/{project}

Get a list of users who are capable of making admin-like actions, and the relevant user groups they are in.

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.

Examples

Get administrative users of the French Wikipedia:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/admins_groups/frwiki
  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/admins_groups/fr.wikipedia.org

Admin statistics

GET/api/project/admin_stats/{project}/{start}/{end}

Get users of the project that are capable of making ‘admin actions’, along with counts of the actions they took. Time period is limited to one year (365 days).

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.
  • start – Start date in the format YYYY-MM-DD. Defaults to 31 days before end.
  • end – End date in the format YYYY-MM-DD. Defaults to current day (UTC).

The date range defaults to the past 31 days, and is limited to a 365-day period. If you need a wider range of data, you must make the the individual requests (synchronously), and do the math in your application.

Query string parameters

Optional query string parameters to further filter results.

If you are interested in exactly which permissions are used in the queries, please review the YAML configuration.

Examples

Get ‘re-block’ and ‘abusefilter’ statistics for every active admin on the French Wikipedia:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/admin_stats/fr.wikipedia?actions=re-block|abusefilter

Get statistics about all relevant actions taken by Spanish Wikipedia admins in January 2019:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/admin_stats/es.wikipedia/2019-01-01/2019-01-31

Patroller statistics

GET/api/project/patroller_stats/{project}/{start}/{end}

Get users of the project that are capable of making marking pages as patrolled or hold FlaggedRevs or PageTriage user rights (where applicable), along with counts of the actions they took. Time period is limited to one year (365 days).

Parameters

  • project (required) – Project domain or database name.
  • start – Start date in the format YYYY-MM-DD. Defaults to 31 days before end.
  • end – End date in the format YYYY-MM-DD. Defaults to current day (UTC).

The date range defaults to the past 31 days, and is limited to a 365-day period. If you need a wider range of data, you must make the the individual requests (synchronously), and do the math in your application.

Query string parameters

Optional query string parameters to further filter results.

  • actions – A pipe-separated list of ‘actions’ you want to query for. Defaults to all available actions. Query only for the actions you care about to get faster results. Available actions include:

If you are interested in exactly which permissions are used in the queries, please review the YAML configuration.

Examples

Get ‘patrol’ and ‘page-curation’ statistics for relevant users on the English Wikipedia over the 31 days:

  • https://xtools.wmflabs.org/api/project/patroller_stats/en.wikipedia?actions=patrol|page-curation