Re: [Offline-l] Offline-l Digest, Vol 101, Issue 3

2020-07-04 Thread renaud gaudin
Hi Tim, Yes you can read metadata, those are stored in M prefix so retrieving the tags for example would be fetching article at M/Tags. There's no way to query the list of metadata at the moment. Indexes are stored in X namespace. I'd suggest you loop down from File.article_count using

Re: [Offline-l] Rebranding: please give your opinion NOW

2020-06-30 Thread renaud gaudin
I am also in favor of signing it. On Tue, Jun 30, 2020 at 8:59 AM Florence Devouard wrote: > REMINDER for those who did not vote yet... please give your opinion > > Current status: 6 votes given > > > Flo > > > Le 28/06/2020 à 00:59, Florence Devouard a écrit : > > Hello all > > > > > > Sj and

Re: [Offline-l] Kiwix portable for Linux

2019-09-13 Thread renaud gaudin
Wilfredo, The latest Kiwix-desktop ( is portable-only at the moment and the process of having a debian/ubuntu package is ongoing. So please take a look at this version and check that it meets your needs. renaud On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 6:36 PM

Re: [Offline-l] [WikimediaMobile] Thinking about offline search within our native apps

2014-10-01 Thread renaud gaudin
Hi, Full text search engine was not left out for performance reasons but for practical ones. Yes, we don't want people to generate the index on their phone. Except for tiny tiny zim files, it would be too much CPU, battery and time consuming. But we do want to add full text search to Android. It

Re: [Offline-l] Best script for static html of a mediawiki

2013-11-20 Thread renaud gaudin
generated in that way appears to be rasterised, so the files are very large, not searchable, etc. Perhaps it's possible with pantomjs? Does anybody know? Bjoern On 19 November 2013 18:38, renaud gaudin wrote: From the link in the comments of Emmanuel's link : http://we-love

Re: [Offline-l] Best script for static html of a mediawiki

2013-11-19 Thread renaud gaudin
From the link in the comments of Emmanuel's link : On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 6:34 PM, Bjoern Hassler wrote: Hi Emmanuel, thanks - I don't think that will work for us. Because it