Guillaume, at the moment, we download data from OSM once a day. Fairly soon
we should start downloading much more frequently. On top of that, there is
a Varnish cache for one day. So if the identical request is being made, it
might take up to a day for it to expire.

On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 8:55 PM Guillaume Allegre <allegre.guilla...@free.fr>
wrote:

> Hi Yuri,
>
> I have successfully used  <maplink> embedding objects in wikipedia-fr,
> of the both types :
> * raw geojson inclusion
> * references to wikidata objects via Geoshaphes service
>
> This is really great, and particularly the latest (geoshapes / wikidata
> tags).
> I hope this will motivate the 3 communities (WP, WD and OSM) to set the
> tag wikidata=*
> into OSM.
> But I noticed a strange behavior : when adding the wikidata tag on an OSM
> object,
> then including a maplink tag on a wiki page, the object is not available
> at once.
> There seems to be a delay of several hours, or maybe several days.
>
> I suppose there is a cache of some sort to wait for.
> Please, do you know where this delay comes from ? an OSM cache ? or on the
> geoshapes side ?
> And what is its typical duration ?
>
> For an example, on my test page :
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/User:GAllegre#Maplinks
> For the moment, the 1st maplink (Limites du PNR de Chartreuse)
> is displayed, as I created it a few days ago, but the following ones are
> not displayed.
>
>
> My questions are maybe odd, but I plan to largely advertise these new
> features
> towards the french WP community. I would like to be able to explain if
> sometimes
> it doesn't work well at once, in order to not discourage people who would
> like to try
> their first edit.
>
>
> Le 2016-09-09, Yuri Astrakhan a écrit :
> > Dear community, this week we enabled <maplink> support on all Wikipedia
> and
> > sister projects.  This means that now an article can have a link to a
> map,
> > and that map may contain highlighted regions and popups with information.
> > [1],[3]
> >
> > Our next step is to add an informational sidebar to the map, similar to
> > what is being shown on the "geohack" page (map link in the upper right
> > corner of most location articles).  Check out proposed screenshots [2]
> >
> > We now also have a geoshapes service. So if Open Street Maps community
> has
> > defined a region and assigned it a Wikidata ID, you can draw it on the
> map
> > with that ID. Or you can use Wikidata Query Service (via SPARQL
> language),
> > to query for those IDs and draw them on the map, coloring them and adding
> > popup information. [3] Geoshapes can also be used for the graphs. [4]
>
>
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