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New report for short non-stub articles #3

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legoktm commented Oct 7, 2012

Requested at WT:DBR.

Query was written by Topbanana

Settings are to fetch 1000 articles, and split it up over 4 pages.

Original request was to have this run weekly.

rows_per_page is a bit low currently (250). And I'd really like to not add new reports that are using subqueries.

Weekly would be great, but even monthly would be good. This is a companion to the Long Stubs report (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Database_reports/Long_stubs), documenting the flip side of the coin. The Long Stubs report finds the first 1000 articles that fit its criteria. 1000 articles would be sufficient for this report also. Is there a way we can get around the subquery issue without introducing a slew of false positives?


legoktm commented Oct 20, 2012

I fixed the query and changed it so it now only uses a single long page.

@mzmcbride mzmcbride added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 25, 2012

@mzmcbride mzmcbride Merge pull request #3 from legoktm/master
Added "untaggedstubs.py". Thanks, legoktm!

@mzmcbride mzmcbride merged commit 7a29bae into mzmcbride:master Oct 25, 2012

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