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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone knew if OSM makes the data behind the WikiMedia page available to the public? I would like to play around with my own wikimedia site with some of the OSM data as the starting point, but can't find the data publicly available anywhere.

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Are you asking about the OSM wiki database?

(15 Jun '16, 14:11) scai ♦
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Yes exactly. The database behind https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Main_Page

(15 Jun '16, 14:23) Cellington
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@Cellington: just to clarify, our wiki is powered by MediaWiki (not Wikimedia – the organization behind Wikipedia)

(16 Jun '16, 19:38) aseerel4c26 ♦

Should be at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Wiki#Wiki_Dumps_.2F_Export but one link seems to be a long time dead and the other is three years old. I have asked the admin who had added the link back in 2010.

By the way, over there are the Wikipedia dumps. You may want to use a small(!) Wikipedia (or Wikinews, …) language version instead for your test.

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answered 16 Jun '16, 19:12

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Thanks @aseerel4c26 I will give it a go.

(17 Jun '16, 12:52) Cellington
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For the record, there have been requests to bring back the dump on https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Talk:Wiki#wiki_dump, too. No reaction, unfortunately.

(28 Jul '16, 19:17) Tordanik
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There's now a ticket on GitHub for this, but sadly no solution for the actual issue yet. If any of you have helpful information or a use case affected by the issue, it may be a good idea to add a comment.

(17 Dec '17, 13:04) Tordanik
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