Community Wishlist Survey 2021/Categories

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Support multilingual category names

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Commons imposes English-named categories, which discourages non-English speakers from adding and creating categories and sometime leads to weird category names.--Strainu (talk) 11:57, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
  • Who would benefit: At least Commons editors, likely all multilingual wikis.
  • Proposed solution: Use Wikidata labels from the item associated with the category to provide multilingual aliases for the category names. The wikitext should always contain the English name, just the display and input should be i18n.
  • More comments: Input should work everywhere categories are used: search, wikitext editor, visual editor, upload wizard, classic uploader, API etc. The same, display should work in desktop, mobile and apps,
  • Phabricator tickets: could benefit: phab:T89973
  • Proposer: Strainu (talk) 11:57, 17 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • I think this proposal has low priority. English is the language of international communication. Plus, there is not always an exact correspondence between categories from different languages.Carn (talk) 13:18, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
    It is low-priority for English-speakers, yes :) Not so for people who don't speak English at a decent level. As to the correspondence, it should (and usually is) handled in Wikidata. The guidance there is to have 1 item for each clearly identifiable concept or object, it this isn't the case, then more items should be created.--Strainu (talk) 16:33, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
    So it is low priority for ~20% of people and high priority for ~80% of people of the Earth. Infovarius (talk) 23:15, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
    I do see it as high priority. Right now there are too many duplicities between commons and local wikis. Some, like es: has move to use only Commons to avoid that. However, we lose some of the content from that communities if the lack of localization discourage a fraction of users from collaborating in Commons. A more multilingual commons that allow all wikis (specially small ones which may lack skilled manpower for an effective (C) review of images) will avoid the need for local repositories. It may be specially relevant for small communities which sometimes are themselves finding hard to create a core user group for edit on their language online and may find it more challenging to use something more internationally oriented. For many of them online skills and language proficency are hard already to find together--FAR (talk) 11:08, 29 November 2020 (UTC)
  • Start using structured data and Wikidata instead of Categories :-) --Sabas88 (talk) 12:49, 20 November 2020 (UTC)
    Wikidata doesn't contain media, for example, as Commons do. Infovarius (talk) 23:15, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
    What Sabas is suggesting here is to move away from Categories to more modern ways of grouping media. I don't think we're there yet. While bots are actively adding information, there is a shortage of simple tools to find images based on those informations. Plus, my proposal goes in the same direction, by using Wikidata as source for the names.--Strainu (talk) 23:42, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
    Yeah, my comment was to use the Structured Data deployed in Commons to replace the Category system --Sabas88 (talk) 12:38, 25 November 2020 (UTC)

Find similar images

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Many of the new images on Wikimedia Commons have insufficient metadata, but are similar to ones we already have.
  • Who would benefit: Users of Wikimedia Commons
  • Proposed solution: A find similar routine that enabled categorisers on Wikimedia commons to link a new image which lacks a good description to other images of the same object
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: WereSpielChequers (talk) 22:12, 29 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

Context-dependent sort key

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: In most Wiktionary projects, words of different languages share a page if their spellings are identical. Currently, the magic word DEFAULTSORT works for an entire page, which means we cannot define a default sort key for each language in the same page. That is an issue especially for Chinese, Japanese and Korean (hanja). They share characters but their sort keys are totally different (radicals or pinyin for Chinese, kana for Japanese, hangeul for Korean). If it is allowed to define a default sort key for each section, it will be much easier to correctly categorize pages.
  • Who would benefit: Editors of Wiktionary, especially those who edit Chinese and Japanese entries.
  • Proposed solution: Introduction of a new magic word, say, SECTIONSORT, that works for all categories after it up to the next usage of the same magic word. SECTIONSORT should override DEFAULTSORT if both are defined. The use of SECTIONSORT without a sort key should clear the previous sort key (and should not define an empty sort key).
  • More comments: See Community Wishlist Survey 2017/Wiktionary/Context-dependent sort key for a discussion in 2017. It is still a problem. See Community Wishlist Survey 2020/Wiktionary/Context-dependent sort key for further discussion (and support).
  • Phabricator tickets: phab:T183747
  • Proposer: Urhixidur (talk) 15:43, 25 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

Display flexible number of images in categories

Edit proposal/discussion

Deutsch: Flexible Anzahl von Bildern in Kategorien anzeigen lassen.

  • Problem: The same problem as submitted several times. Currently, categories are limited to a maximum of 200 images displayed per page. On the one hand, this is no longer up-to-date because the devices can process more data. On the other hand, it is simply a hindrance when processing larger amounts of data if you only have 200 thumbnails per category page. It should also be easier to reach images that are further back. Anyone who currently wants to see image 1800 in larger categories with around 2000 images must first click through in a complicated manner in steps of 200.
Deutsche: Dasselbe Problem wie schon mehrfach eingereicht. Derzeit sind Kategorien pro Seite auf maximal 200 angezeigte Bilder beschränkt. Das ist mittlerweile zum einen nicht mehr zeitgemäß, da die Geräte mehr Datenmasse verarbeiten können. Zum anderen ist es für die Bearbeitung größerer Datenmengen einfach hinderlich, wenn man nur 200 Thumbnails pro Kategorie-Seite hat. Zudem sollte es einfacher sein weiter hinten liegende Bilder zu erreichen. Wer derzeit in größeren Kategorien mit etwa 2000 Bildern zu Bild 1800 will, muss sich erst kompliziert durch in 200er-Schritten durchklicken.
  • Who would benefit: People who do bulk edits on Commons and people who search for images and have to work with larger categories.
Deutsche: Personen, die Massenbearbeitungen auf Commons machen und auch Personen, die Bilder suchen und dabei mit größeren Kategorien arbeiten müssen.
  • Proposed solution: In addition to the standard setting of 200 images, there should also be a variable setting option. Either as a box on the page, as predefined sizes (about 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 images per category page) or in the personal settings. Even better all three options in combination. Jump marks are also required so that you don't have to click through in steps of 200.
Deutsche: Es sollte neben der Standardeinstellung von 200 Bildern auch eine Variable Einstellungsmöglichkeit geben. Entweder als Box auf der Seite, als vorgegebene Größen (etwa 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 Bilder per Kategorie-Seite) oder aber in den persönlichen Einstellungen. Noch besser alle drei Möglichkeiten in Kombination. Zudem braucht es Springmarken, um sich nicht in 200er-Schritten durch klicken zu müssen.
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: Marcus Cyron (talk) 18:19, 16 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • There is a performance aspect to this. Hitting the thumbnail server with potentially hundreds of requests (some which might be rendered already, others needing to be generated) is simply a very expensive operation, compared to text. As such with the current structure, it is unlikely that over 250 images on a page is desirable. Perhaps if some sort of dynamic loading of images took place over a longer time after the page loaded (using javascript), or if you had to 'click to load' an image then more than 250 would be possible, but i'm not sure if that would be desirable for you ? —TheDJ (talkcontribs) 11:26, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
  • For me it would already help if there were jump marks in steps of five pages (forward and backward) and the possibility to go straight to the last page. I guess this would have less impact on the performance as the suggested solution. JopkeB (talk) 15:29, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
    This I definetly could get behind. Would support a proposal like that. —TheDJ (talkcontribs) 12:36, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
  • You might also use w:en:Wikipedia:AutoWikiBrowser. Geert Van Pamel (WMBE) (talk) 18:30, 23 November 2020 (UTC)

Clusterization of Categories

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Categories displayed at the end of pages are a mess when there is more than half a dozen. In particular in Wiktionaries, as the content is words in several languages, categories are for language of an entry, grammatical information, lexicographical information (morphological, semantical, etymological and so on), structure of the content. Those are mixed without any clustering. Same in Wikipedia, where categories can be geographical, thematic, chronological. For example: Marcel Proust.
  • Who would benefit: Readers could access to similar pages easily if the categories are clearly distinguished.
  • Proposed solution: Having a way to set clusters to category pages and build a way to set for each project the clustering displayed in the content pages.
  • More comments: If you have practical cases for other projects, feel free to support this proposal with your own need for this! I think this proposal could be another framing at the same problem point out by Geertivp in his 2019 proposal: Display Multi-column sorted categories.
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: Noé (talk) 23:13, 16 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • Structuring categories is an application of structured data, which is exactly what Wikidata does. As Wikidata becomes more functional and integrated into other WM projects, the need to use categories will diminish. Therefore, I consider work that could be spent on adding functionality to categories much better spent on Wikidata. Silver hr (talk) 11:24, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
    Thanks for this insight. Content in Wiktionary is not described in Wikidata and will not be, so categories would remains useful at least for this project Noé (talk) 12:17, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
    While content in Wiktionary might currently not be described in Wikidata, I see no reason why it couldn't be. The benefits of Wikidata would be useful in Wiktionary as well as any other Wikimedia project. Silver hr (talk) 18:49, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
    Wikidata and local categories still serve different purposes.Carn (talk) 13:21, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
    Categories are an expression of folksonomy, how editors (who are also users) structure the articles; it provides links that are natural, yet cannot be derived from ordered data. Turning this into structured data will result with the loss of these natural insights, & can make it harder for users to find associated subjects. (I know this is not directly related to this proposal, but it needs to be mentioned as a warning about future conflicts.) -- Llywrch (talk) 06:32, 27 November 2020 (UTC)
    Folksonomy is a portmanteau of folk and taxonomy. A taxonomy is a system of classification. Wikidata deals with classes (aka concepts), their instances, and relations between them, and is thus a more formal and vastly more functional way of doing what categories do. I understand that people who use categories would like to keep doing what they've always been doing instead of having to learn a new thing, however that simply is not a valid reason to not do things in a better way. As for using categories to find associated subjects, there's no reason the same can't be done with Wikidata. It's only a matter of integrating it into Wikipedia well. Silver hr (talk) 18:46, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
  • @Noé: We have MediaWiki:Gadget-SeparateSpecialCategories.css and MediaWiki:Gadget-SeparateSpecialCategories.js for separating Maintenance and Monitoring cats on cswiki. So the solution could be similar. — Draceane talkcontrib. 17:26, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
    Thanks for this option, we will dig into it as a secondary solution! Noé (talk) 08:50, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
  • mw:Snippets/Multi-column sorted categories could also help; it only requires one single line of CSS, and a simple change in core MediaWiki includes/skins/RCS/Skin.php. Geert Van Pamel (WMBE) (talk) 14:12, 19 November 2020 (UTC)
  • The idea I've been musing about is exposing (some?) Wikidata properties in the same place as the categories are. I'm not sure what value that would have though if they can't be played with meaningfully... --Izno (talk) 00:54, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
  • Categories never ever will be replaced by Wikidata. The main reason is that every language versions has differing rules what to categoriza and how to do it. The German community, for example, would never accept the English WP category system mess and rejects attempts to implement the commons category system on the German WP. Furthermore category systems in WP differ from those in Wikinews. Whereas Wikipedia uses some combination of facett classiication and pre-defined categories, Wikinews' category system is more or less a word cloud. --Matthiasb (talk) 21:18, 22 November 2020 (UTC)
    Your crystal ball aside, the point of Wikidata is to structure data in a language-neutral way. Then you can search through, analyze and present it however you want. For instance, instead of manually having to create Category: US presidents in the 1900s and add it to the page of every US president that held office in the 1900s, if in Wikidata you already have this information, you can (or will be able to) refer to this set of presidents simply through the use of a query such as is:person AND held-office:president[country:USA][date:1900-1999] (I'm improvising the syntax for clarity). The current use of categories might differ between Wikipedias, but categories still have to be based on objective facts, i.e. you can't have Category: Presidents User:Silver_hr likes. This is what Wikidata enables, and so much more, and with much more automation. Silver hr (talk) 18:46, 30 November 2020 (UTC)

Case insensitive category search

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: When adding or editing content categories for an article using Visual Editor, the search is case sensitive. It is also sensitive to spellings from different dialects, e.g. Non-profit organizations vs. Non-profit organisations. This makes it hard to find and discover existing categories, especially when it comes to improving categorisation and adding categories to pages without any.
  • Who would benefit: All editors.
  • Proposed solution: Make the category selection search query case and dialect insensitive.
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: WikiVillager (talk) 11:24, 17 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • @WikiVillager: "When adding or editing content categories for an article". There are multiple places and methods (4 editing toolbars, wikitext, HotCat) in which you can do that. Can you specify the one where you encountered the case sensitivity problem ? —TheDJ (talkcontribs) 14:57, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
  • @TheDJ: Sure - I click on Edit on a page > am in Visual editing mode > click on the Page options icon to the left of Publish changes... in the top right corner > click on Categories —WikiVillager (talk) 22:06, 17 November 2020 (UTC)
    Ok. so what this sounds like to me, is that you don't want an autocomplete suggestion, but a search based functionality backed by the searchengine, which can ignore accents and case, find partial matches (match on presence of a word somewhere inside a long category name), fuzzy matching (spelling mistakes) etc. —TheDJ (talkcontribs) 12:53, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
  • down with case-sensitivity —Cramyourspam (talk) 15:02, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
  • Sensitive is significant in Wiktionary, this change have to be project-specific. Also, "spelling from different dialects" seems very English-centric, isn't it? Noé (talk) 22:12, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
  • I noticed that this also happens with punctuation - e.g. typing "21st century composers" will not return anything due to the missing hyphen between "21st" and "century", which isn't the most user or beginner friendly. —WikiVillager (talk) 23:58, 18 November 2020 (UTC)
  • To ease navigation of the Editing category, I'm going to move this to the Categories category (yes a Category about categories!). Hope this okay, MusikAnimal (WMF) (talk) 00:46, 20 November 2020 (UTC)

Function to display all images of a category together with its sub-categories

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: In Commons there are many categories with sub-categories; I would like to see all images of a certain category together with the ones of its sub-categories and sub-sub-categories and so on (at least to a certain level).
  • Who would benefit: Anyone who looks for an image which is hidden in a sub- or sub-sub-category.
  • Proposed solution: Provide such a missing option (in principle similar as it is provided for coordinates by WikiMap in the German Wikipedia)
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: Slimguy (talk) 20:08, 19 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

There are several gadget to do intersections and combinations of categories. Maybe the task should be adapted to integrate in the default mediawiki approach for all wikis? I'm afraid many users just don't know them.--FAR (talk) 10:59, 29 November 2020 (UTC)
  • Hi, Slimguy, does the gadget mentioned above by Butko provide the functionality you have in mind? If not, could you be more specific about what you'd like to see? --AEzell (WMF) (talk) 00:28, 1 December 2020 (UTC)

Add sorting options in category pages

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Categories are a powerful tool to search pages. However, category pages only show the page's name, and there's a single sorting method, which reduces their usefulness.
  • Who would benefit: Readers and editors alike.
  • Proposed solution: Category pages should have an option to select the sorting type, for example category tag, page name, file size, first edit date, last edit date, number of editions, and page views. These values must be displayed of course.
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets: T71417, T61108, T42870
  • Proposer: NaBUru38 (talk) 17:47, 21 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • Yes, that would be nice. I've added some possibly related Phabricator tickets. — Draceane talkcontrib. 16:56, 24 November 2020 (UTC)

Sorting of category content

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Content of Commons categories is displayed now in alphabetical order. Only. I wish we could sort content according to: size of file; date of file (chronological and on an annual basis - useful for landscapes and nature); type of file (extensions), number of uses of files.
  • Who would benefit: All users who need to find specific file in large categories.
  • Proposed solution: ?
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: Kenraiz (talk) 01:07, 26 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

This may be a duplicate of "Add sorting options in category pages", above. Jonesey95 (talk) 07:19, 29 November 2020 (UTC)

Allow multiple entries within each category

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Sometimes, multiple entries within a category would be useful. For instance, on the French wiktionary there is a listing of French verbs that includes both the infinitive form (e.g. aimer) and a pronominal form (s’aimer). But which sort key should be given to the pronominal form? Equally valid arguments apply for a « aimer s » key and a « saimer » key. Ideally, the entry would appear twice in the category, under those two keys. There are other examples, such as proper nouns beginning with a definite article (e.g. Le Mans should be categorised under « Mans Le » and « Le Mans »).
  • Who would benefit: Wiktionaries, other wiki projects.
  • Proposed solution: Possibly add to the wiki software a magic word that can be used to specify a second (third, fourth, etc.) entry in a category’s index. Other wikicode approaches may be possible.
  • More comments: This could be merged with the proposal for Context-dependent sort keys, depending on the technical solution chosen.
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: Urhixidur (talk) 15:46, 25 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  1. Similar to « Mans Le » and « Le Mans »: Multiple entries will also benefit an international audience to find persons with foreign surnames in the English Wikipedia.
    « Eddy Van Halen » for Chinese which are used to the first part of the name being the surname.
    « Halen, Eddy van » for Dutch used to sorting on the main part of the surname.
    « Van Halen, Eddy » for English and Flemish speakers that interpret 'Van Halen' as surname.
Uwappa (talk) 12:31, 28 November 2020 (UTC)

Automatically suggest categories when creating a new article

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: It is often difficult to think of what categories a new article should be part of, leading to many categories being incomprehensive and many articles harder to find.
  • Who would benefit: Editors and readers who value categories.
  • Proposed solution: Add a function to the process of creating a new article which automatically suggests categories for it to be included in.
  • More comments: The way the suggested categories would be chosen could be for example by searching the article title in category titles, or by taking a sentence in the article that fits a generic categorizing pattern ("[article title] is/was X"), and then searching for X. Or perhaps there could be some kind of an algorithm that can look for similar articles (something like the one used for 'suggested articles' on mobile), and then showing the categories those are in.
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: HappyMihilist (talk) 03:16, 30 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

Protection of all pages in a category

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: Sometimes vandals will systematically work their way through a category, making changes to each page. In order to address this, admins are often forced to protect each page, one at a time.
  • Who would benefit: All users who fight vandalism
  • Proposed solution: Allow protection of all pages within a category with one action (perhaps similar to the Cat-a-lot tool).
  • More comments:
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: UDScott (talk) 16:32, 23 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

Better tracking of category changes

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: For a few years, category changes have had dedicated entries in recent changes and watchlist. This is useful for watchlist – when you watch a category and have category changes enabled, you can see recent additions and removals to the category. For recent changes, this isn't much useful as it lists changes to any category. For Special:RecentChangesLinked ("related changes"), it only shows additions to the category. It's because when you remove a page from the category, it is no longer "linked" and thus it isn't listed in the related changes anymore. I believe this isn't logical as this change is pretty much related. Additionally, the diff links of category changes are quite buggy and could be fixed as part of this wish.
  • Who would benefit: Wiki gnomes checking for mistakes, patrollers checking for vandalism, wikis with complex categorizations
  • Proposed solutions (one of these):
    1. Improve Special:RecentChangesLinked to implicitly show additions and removals of the category
    2. Create a dedicated "mode" for categories in Special:RecentChangesLinked (i.e., make #1 explicit)
    3. Create a new special page dedicated to category changes (similarly, there is Special:NewPages for pages creations)
  • More comments: All of these could also add a filter for additions/removals only. Option #3 a stand alone tool to see whats been added or removed from a category in the last 30, 60, 90 days.
  • Phabricator tickets: phab:T89582, phab:T130134 (general problem); phab:T140602, phab:T147770, phab:T148533, phab:T243965, phab:T264491 (diff links, could be duplicates)
  • Proposer: --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 10:25, 30 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • This is basically the same as Content changes to categories. This proposal is more well thought out, so I might suggest merging the other one here, with Gnangarra's permission. However my gut tells me Special:RecentChangesLinked is not the correct place for this, the keyword being "Linked". If a page is not in a category, it's no longer linked. So option #3 seems best, which is basically what Gnangarra was proposing. MusikAnimal (WMF) (talk) 17:31, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
    MusikAnimal (WMF) please do merge, I just want a tool that let us find whats been added or removed from a category for an extended period Gnangarra (talk) 23:26, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
    Done! Thanks, MusikAnimal (WMF) (talk) 23:33, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
    Thanks for noticing and merging! --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 10:01, 1 December 2020 (UTC)
  • support option #3 as a stand alone tool so that we can view the history of additions and removal of items from categories to better identify when changes are taking place and why Gnangarra (talk) 23:44, 30 November 2020 (UTC)
    While Special:Diff/20730296 would definitely be nice, I will note that categorization changes are currently bound to other recent changes, which for WMF wikis are purged after 30 days. So if this was to be implemented, it would be a lot bigger project. --Matěj Suchánek (talk) 10:01, 1 December 2020 (UTC)
    if a 30 day max for "simplicity" purposes is all we can get as an initial tool that in itself would be useful. Gnangarra (talk) 10:21, 1 December 2020 (UTC)

Display categories before pages

Edit proposal/discussion

  • Problem: (COMMONS only)
    • At present, where there is a Commons page with the same name as a category, a reader searching on Commons for the term is taken to the page, not the category. Most readers will not realize that there is a category at all. The average Commons page is terrible; most have not been edited for several years. Hardly any relect the choice of images in a category adequately. Johnbod (talk) 19:14, 20 November 2020 (UTC)
    • When typing to search field in comons, suggester suggest names of files and galleries, but not categories. ALso after search there are in results on the first place galeeries and then files. Categories are on the n-th page, when there are more than 20 results
  • Who would benefit: All Commons readers/users, especially those less used to Commons
  • Proposed solution: Just display the category screen from a search. No idea of the technicalities, but it shouldn't be too difficult.
  • More comments: I think the current situation must be giving inexperienced users of Commons a very misleading impression of our contents.
  • Phabricator tickets:
  • Proposer: Johnbod (talk) 19:13, 20 November 2020 (UTC)

Discussion

  • This is gonna sound harsh, but it comes from place of love for Commons... I honestly find 'categories before pages' a very unimaginative view of how Commons can be a better media repository. Commons needs much more substantial work than just making image pages harder to find in favor of categories if you ask me. It's like putting the bike shed in front of the house in an effort to hide the ugly house. —TheDJ (talkcontribs) 12:41, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
  • P.S. maybe this should go into the Commons category of proposals..? —TheDJ (talkcontribs) 12:42, 21 November 2020 (UTC)
    It's only Commons, so I think that needs to be moved to the Multimedia and Commons area. Euro know (talk) 15:46, 22 November 2020 (UTC)
  • It might make categories more visible. Though I am skeptical: There is much more information on the top, already. Maybe as an option, but not as standard?! --Matthiasb (talk) 21:22, 22 November 2020 (UTC)
  • Including categories in the default search results sounds good, I was surprised that this wasn't already the case. A *lot* of improvement has taken place to the categories over the last few years, including improving multilingual search results for them, so this change should have a seriously positive impact. Thanks. Mike Peel (talk) 08:23, 3 December 2020 (UTC)
  • See also Community Wishlist Survey 2021/Archive/searching categories on commons, I copied second part of problem. JAn Dudík (talk) 14:25, 3 December 2020 (UTC)