Citation Hunt is a simple tool for finding unsourced statements on Wikipedia in different languages. It is hosted at https://citationhunt.toolforge.org.
This repository contains the full server and client code. The scripts/ directory contains all the scripts used for processing Wikipedia dumps. Hopefully they will be illustrative and reusable for similar applications.
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There are three major components to Citation Hunt and they are each set up in slightly different ways in Toolforge:
All of them run on
Kubernetes configuration is in the
After logging in to
login.tools.wmflabs.org, run the following commands to
create the directory structure and enter the virtualenv:
$ mkdir www/python/ $ webservice --backend=kubernetes python3.7 shell $ python3 -m venv www/python/venv/ $ . www/python/venv/bin/activate
Now, clone this repository, point uwsgi to it and install the dependencies:
$ git clone https://github.com/eggpi/citationhunt.git $ ln -s ../../citationhunt www/python/src $ pip install -r citationhunt/requirements.txt
and start the webservice:
$ webservice --backend=kubernetes python3.7 start
Then, generate the Cron jobs for Kubernetes:
$ (cd citationhunt; ./crontab.py | kubectl apply -f -) $ kubectl get cronjobs # verify it
See scripts/README.md for more information about those jobs.
k8s/compute_fixed_snippets.yaml to launch
to detect snippets that get fixed:
$ kubectl create --validate=true -f k8s/compute_fixed_snippets.yaml