- @LordProfo I'm not sure what you mean by "reversible edits". Also, patrolled edits is not a thing on English Wikipedia like it is on some other wikis. New pages are patrolled, however, if that's what you mean? Or perhaps you're talking about pending changes? — MusikAnimal talk 18:11, 8 April 2021 (UTC)
- @LordProfo Which one? Patrolling new pages, or pending changes? I'm still not clear on what you mean by "reversible" edits, either. Could you give an example?
- If you're referring to the Twinkle installed on Persian Wikipedia, I'm afraid we can't help you as that's a customized installation that might differ from the official version. You will need to consult whoever maintains the gadget on Persian Wikipedia. — MusikAnimal talk 19:53, 8 April 2021 (UTC)
In Persian Wikipedia, if an edit is reverted by Twinkel, the edit that is Reverted needs to be patrol by a Reviewer and it will not be patrolled automatically. I wanted to know if it is the same in English Wikipedia? LordProfo (talk) 21:52, 8 April 2021 (UTC)
- @LordProfo If you're talking about pages under pending changes protection – then yes, twinkle will try to automatically review the revert – though it works only if the user is a pending changes reviewer or admin. – SD0001 (talk) 12:26, 12 April 2021 (UTC)
Sorry, I just noticed the same problem happens with the main Template:User WP. I attempted to update the template categorisation and make another minor fix (no visual changes), but unfortunately I currently can't. Est. 2021 (talk · contribs) 03:18, 9 April 2021 (UTC)
Question on NYC Covid Deaths Template
Hi MusikAnimal, I was taking a look at a template you are maintaining that for the NYC covid article and I am seeing some conflicting numbers. On the NYC.gov totals page 31,694 is listed as the total number of NYC deaths to date (https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/covid/covid-19-data-totals.page) while the NYC template has 96,455 deaths. In addition, the number of deaths for NYC is not consistent with the template for all of NY state which has 41,028 currently. Is there something I am missing?
- Taking a deeper dive into the NYC.gov site I see they are storing some datasets on Github; looking at an upload with data thru 4/6 (https://github.com/nychealth/coronavirus-data/blob/master/latest/now-deaths-by-day.csv) I got 26,547 deaths and 5,070 probable deaths for 31,617 total NYC deaths (lining up well with the more up-to-date dashboard that has it at 31,694). Again, it is possible I am missing something here but I am not sure what it would be. --Jersey Devil (talk) 02:51, 10 April 2021 (UTC)
- @Jersey Devil Wow! It looks like this past December nyc.gov added a new column to their data set which broke my script. It was using the hospitalized count instead of the deaths, and all this time has passed without me or anyone noticing! A bit embarrassing... but it's fixed now :) Thank you for letting me know! Note it's showing confirmed deaths, not total deaths. It's also purposefully several days behind because they are slow to update figures. Thanks again, — MusikAnimal talk 02:59, 10 April 2021 (UTC)