2018 Linnks Search



Coming here a bit late, but note that if you want to get a request body from hub.toolforge.org, you can set format=json in the querystring, and get the Wikipedia article URL in the response body at .destination.url. Example: https://hub.toolforge.org/P3151:506262?lang=en&format=json

Moreover, in case there is no article in Wikipedia for the desired language, the URL will be one of another Wikimedia project in the requested language, if available. Example: https://hub.toolforge.org/P3151:506262?lang=en&format=json

If you would actually prefer to get a URL on a Wikipedia in another language (rather than a URL from another Wikimedia project), you can specify site=wikipedia. Example: https://hub.toolforge.org/P3151:506262?lang=en&site=wikipedia&format=json
Bijen in de moestuin- Shared screen with speaker view


This is part of the move to Amazon Open Data. Images that are Creative Commons licensed are now being hosted on a different server and we finally started deleting the duplicates on our old server. See https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/representative-pictures-not-showing-on-all-species-pages/25401/7 1

You’ll have to change the domain for each img_src URL from https://static.inaturalist.org to http://inaturalist-open-data.s3.amazonaws.com 2 eg https://static.inaturalist.org/photos/82822264/original.jpeg should be http://inaturalist-open-data.s3.amazonaws.com/photos/82822264/original.jpeg That should work, as long as the photo is still attached to an observation or other content.

As for the large blocks of text, that probably has to do with our switch to markdown, which happened about a year ago.

ik kan de vraag beantwoorden voor het europese model welke nu getraind wordt:
om als soort opgenomen te kunnen worden moet
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