I've requested it's taken down using
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals so it should be updated
On Sun, 6 Oct 2019 at 15:20, Fæ wrote:
> Can someone explain how a vandalized version of the Wikipedia article
> about Henry Kissinger that was only
I remember hearing why this happens, and that it is a concern to Google,
but I don’t remember the technical details. They want to work with us to
fix this issue. I will reach out and get more information. Thanks for
On Sun, Oct 6, 2019 at 8:57 AM Dennis During wrote:
> Isn't it
I've had a few successes in the past with getting Google to remove
vandalised versions of pages from their cache/main search results using
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals?pli=1 - in this case it
appears in the knowledge panel but not the cached copy of the page, so it
Isn't it statistically inevitable that some offensively vandalized version
of some WP article will happen to be the version that Google caches? I
suppose they don't refresh the cache very often. Weekly? I know Google
doesn't make it easy to complain effectively about such blunders.
On Sun, Oct 6,
Can someone explain how a vandalized version of the Wikipedia article
about Henry Kissinger that was only visible for a rather short time
several days ago, is still being promoted in Google searches
The "zombie sex" vandalism was only visible for a few minutes, quickly
fixed by admin
I think concerning Wikidata, we should be fine, since all these articles
existed on the Russian Wikipedia before Wikidata was even created, and bots
must have moved there relevant information, but I will sample it.
Concerning the Africa project, I added quite some information to
Wonderful work congratulations .. I do appreciate your work, in my "Africa
project" I have a record for all the known administrative administrative
entities. It truly is a work in progress and it serves a few purposes.
- In Wikidata the links for the administrative entities exist and they
Now, what is making me happy this week is that yesterday I completed the
first step of my long-term project at the English Wikipedia. I finished
creating articles on all district centers in Russia. Districts are the
second level administration divisions in Russia (the first level are
The wishlist of course accepts wishes in any language, but in order to make
it to the accepted zone a wish must have several dozens supporters, which
is only realistically possible for English language wishes. (Supports can
also be in any language).
On Sun, Oct 6, 2019 at 10:51
> > the wishlist only reflects
> > the needs and perceptions of highly active contributors [at present I
> > it only accepts submissions in English ,which is another obstacle, but
> > could be addressed].
> The wishlist has explicitly accepted wishes in any language.
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