The suggestion of MaxSem from Phabricator is correct: migrate slowly to Lua. If you are
using templates that are using templates, ..., you will quickly go over the limits. Limits
are set just to keep the page as less heavy as possible, and it's good.
Start taking one of the most strange template of your wiki (e.g. one with a lot of
conditional expressions, calling other templates, etc.) and convert it to a Scribunto
Here some documentation:
Lua is not too difficult, you can have fun learning it.
For now, good luck!
On July 3, 2019 9:44:39 PM GMT+02:00, Ahmed Sammour <amsammour(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Please see this link: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T212907
The problem in short description is that in some wikis there is a
with number of articles. Specially the big articles. When any article
exceed the transclusion limit of the templates, then the templates in
bottom will not be shown. Also the article loads very very slow.
Then I find out that if we use Rest API
to get the content of the pages
contain the same problem, then it will loads very fast, and the problem
So Aklapper ask to post this question in this email list. See the Phab
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