Why doesn't this trigger a slippy link at the Wikipedia article. What am I missing?

asked 05 Oct '14, 12:50

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edited 05 Oct '14, 13:10

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I'm not sure about the situation on WP:ET but maybe you need to add a specifc template to the article?

(05 Oct '14, 13:09) iii

Links to maps in wikipedia don't show up authomatically when an object gets tagged, you need to add the coordinates on the wikipedia page, something like this line: {{coord|59.3526163|N|24.1675862|E|display=title}}

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answered 05 Oct '14, 15:24

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What's the point of the tag then? Does it have anything at all to do with Wikipedia itself?

(05 Oct '14, 19:41) swaan
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Well Alecs answer is about WP -> OSM link, so show up an Article on the general (OSM based) WP article map. But there is also a inverse direction that you tried, by applying a wikipedia=* tag to an OSM object and then WP can highlight the outline (e.g. WP Schwerin castle click on OSM logo at top right).

(05 Oct '14, 20:14) iii
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