Opened 7 years ago

Last modified 7 years ago

#15314 new defect

Investigate why Wikidata "fetch IDs" doesn't work behind TR firewall

Reported by: nyurik Owned by: simon04
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Plugin wikipedia Version:
Keywords: Cc:


As reported by @katpatuka in , "Fetch Wikidata IDs" gives an error, but "Fetch coordinates in current view" works. If possible, we should figure out a way to work around this lovely limitation.

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comment:1 by Don-vip, 7 years ago

I suppose it might not be easy for those who don't live in Turkey. As you started to dig in the wikipedia plugin, do you have any idea what could be done?

comment:2 by nyurik, 7 years ago

Fetch all coordinates uses MW api - which technically should not work, so this is very strange. The APIs are and . I really don't know how TR is blocking, but wp is using https, and both hosts resolve to All three operations (fetch WD coordinates, Wikipedia links, and Fetch IDs) go to the exactly the same IP. I will ping the user again.

comment:3 by nyurik, 7 years ago

User response - they used service - probably for category and other fetching.

We could solve this problem by using instead of / This way if Turkey users can simply switch to the osm+wikidata service in the settings - which is a copy of the

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