https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=60093

--- Comment #1 from Nathan Larson <nathanlarson3...@gmail.com> ---
What's the best way to push Wikipedia API-obtained data into Inclupedia? Import
it or POST it into a (as-yet-unwritten) API module?

Importing is already designed for bringing in revisions with timestamps other
than now. On the other hand, I also get the impression that importing is
inefficient, because it seems to take forever whenever you're trying to import
a lot of stuff. The API module would require either a lot of code duplication
in the extension, or a bunch of changes to be made to core functions that
currently lack timestamp parameters. Will people will be cool with making those
changes to accommodate Inclupedia's needs?

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