¿Hay alguna forma de obtener una lista de los autores de una página?
En el historial salen todas las ediciones con los nombres de los
autores, pero lo que yo quisiera sería una lista resumen de quiénes han
contribuido; si puede ser con el número de ediciones de cada uno, si no
¿Hay alguna herramienta extra para hacer análisis de este tipo?
Es para un wiki de ámbito educativo.
I probably did something to screw up my wikis, but all of them couldn't use
(class="sortable). Thought I'd document a little to save future admins some
work. If this is a common problem, someone create a bug and I'll look into
The symptom was that class="sortable" was being ignored (tables wouldn't
"sortable". This is done by (example)
skins/common/wikibits.js in it's own section.
I didn't stop to figure out why it wasn't sorting, I just replaced it with
the original source code, which can be found in
Once you've copied that source code into wikibits.js, you probably want to
change back to the MediaWiki sort icons:
/* You can change these values */
var image_path = stylepath+"/common/images/";
var image_up = "sort_up.gif";
var image_down = "sort_down.gif";
var image_none = "sort_none.gif";
In addition you shoudl comment out the following line (already done for you
later with addhook)
addEvent(window, "load", sortables_init);
Hope this helps someone!
Our users prefer to have fulltext search behavior as the default, rather than the "Go" button search behavior. So I've customized our MediaWiki 1.4.5 instance to remove the "Go" button. (I removed the <input> tag for the "Go" button in skin.php.)
Now the search behavior varies, depending on the browser. If I type a search term and hit the 'enter' key:
Firefox - performs fulltext search, showing results page with matching page titles and then matching article text
Internet Explorer - performs search as if 'Go' button was pressed, jumps to page with matching title
Has anyone else seen this behavior, and how can I correct it?
we switched from the source package to Debians one. We had a structure
Debians version has:
so, my problem is now, that nearly every "hard" link is now broken. I
want to fix these links with mod_rewrite, but i'm not sure how. I know
the page http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Short_URL but i don't get
it. We have also installed mailman and some more in the same way, so
that i can't redirect easy all to the mediwiki/ folder.
So, what i want, is that every "hard URL" works, like before. One way
were to suppress the mediawiki/ folder or, redirect from the URL without
mediawiki/, to the correct page, _with_ mediawiki/
Sorry to spam everyone with my add request.
I had a question - I'm a newbie to mediawiki & I installed the program (v.
1.13.2) successfully to my website: www.researchpipeline.com.
But when I went to www.researchpipeline.com/mediawiki (where it was
installed), it just gives me the message that I need to set up mediawiki
first! I tried setting it up again with the exact same result. No error
messages or anything. I then went and looked at my website's error logs in
cPanel and found the following messages (the time-stamp was around the same
time I was manually installing mediawiki, but I don't know if these errors
File does not exist: /home/lyndi1/public_html/researchpipeline/404.shtml
File does not exist:
File does not exist: /home/lyndi1/public_html/404.shtml
File does not exist: /home/lyndi1/public_html/robots.txt
Here's the output file mediawiki gave me after installation:
* PHP 5.2.6 installed
* Found database drivers for: MySQL PostgreSQL SQLite
* PHP server API is cgi; using ugly URLs (index.php?title=Page_Title)
* Have XML / Latin1-UTF-8 conversion support.
* Warning: A value for session.save_path has not been set in PHP.ini. If
the default value causes problems with saving session data, set it to a
valid path which is read/write/execute for the user your web server is
* PHP's memory_limit is 32M.
* Couldn't find Turck MMCache, eAccelerator, APC or XCache; cannot use
these for object caching.
* GNU diff3 not found.
* Found GD graphics library built-in, image thumbnailing will be enabled
if you enable uploads.
* Installation directory:
* Script URI path: /mediawiki
* Installing MediaWiki with php file extensions
* Environment checked. You can install MediaWiki.
* Warning: $wgSecretKey key is insecure, generated with mt_rand().
Consider changing it manually.
Generating configuration file...
* Database type: MySQL
* Loading class: DatabaseMysql
* Attempting to connect to database server as lyndi1_wikiuser...success.
* Connected to 5.0.51a-community; enabling MySQL 4.1/5.0 charset mode
* Database lyndi1_wikidb exists
* Creating tables... done.
* Initializing statistics...
* Created sysop account wikisysop.
Installation successful! Move the config/LocalSettings.php file to the
parent directory, then follow this link to your wiki.
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