Last modified: 2007-07-20 14:41:18 UTC
this one refers to at least the german wikipedia (I didn't test it on other ones):
In the bottom part of every article is a time stamp. I recently saw several articles, which showed the up-to-date-content (text, pics etc.), but had an old time stamp - to be more precisely: the second newest one. Even when I was choosing the newest version of the article on the versions-page, I could see the newest text but an old date+time (although I clicked on the version of a newer date).
After I found this, I started editing such articles: per one edit+save I added one word or so and waited some minutes in between. I found out, that the after saving automatically reloaded page showed the time stamp of the pre-previous edit (which means the one before the last one (that led to the last refresh)).
I'm not using a proxy, and I'm emptiing my cache.
I picked a few random pages and didn't see this. How many articles have this wrong timestamp?
I had this for example on:
The last change someone else made was adding the sentence:
"Alte Trivialnamen sind Aldimin für das N-Analogon eines Aldehyds und Ketimin für das N-Analogon eines Ketons."
on 25.6.2007, 11:05
after that, I made two little changes: one komma (,) to semikolon (;), one capital p in a small one (protoniert).
Last change was:
on 18.7.2007, 22:55,
but the article shows:
Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 18. Juli 2007 um 22:53 Uhr geändert.
As you can see, this is wrong.
The versions-page shows:
as the latest version, on 18.7.2007, 23:04,
but the article shows again the second latest version time stamp:
Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 18. Juli 2007 um 22:57 Uhr geändert.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 6263 ***