I am writing unit tests for an extension, and as part of this test, I need
to use the names of files on-wiki. My own wiki set up has Instant Commons,
so these tests pass just fine. However, in Jenkins, the tests fail
because the Jenkins testing environment has no access to images. This is a
perfectly reasonable behavior, though it is inconvenient.
My question then is, for the purposes of the test, how can I “spawn” an
image into existence so that it is available for use in the test?
how do you implement/enable this in a Mediawiki:
- internal links to Wikipedia
- internal links to Commons
This is requested in most Mediawiki installations.
But in many Mediawiki installations it does not work.
So I fear that a lot of Wiki maintainers do not knew,
how to implement/enable this...
Maybe it is possible to implement/enable it *as default*
in all Mediawiki in the delivery state?
Whilst uploading a picture i get this error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to
allocate 27622732 bytes) in
It's a lot of information but what is it??
1) The file is to big
2) Not enough space on server
3) Local PC problem.
So whats the problem??
*Apologies for the cross-posting*
A quick reminder that we are looking for proposals for presentations at the
upcoming EMWCon - March 8-10 in McLean, Virginia, USA.
The deadline for proposals is Tuesday, 21 February.
Feel free to edit the event page on Mediawiki.org with your proposal.
You can also email me if you have any questions on an idea you might have.
To get the mental gears going, here are a few topic suggesions:
* Examples of use of MediaWiki in your organization
* Lessons learned and challenges in the use of MediaWiki and MediaWiki
extensions in organizations
* Gamification and other incentives for wiki contributions
* Wikitext patterns and wiki design patterns
* Wiki development frameworks
* MediaWiki extension usage and development
* New extensions, extension updates, and ideas for future extensions
Thanks again, and we look forward to seeing you at EMWCon in less than a
I'd like to ask how long does MediaWiki keep logged in info when the
rememberme checkbox isn't checked (I mean the time when a user is
inactive). If this time is set somewhere can it be changed using config
Thanks in advance for any advices,
I want to open an intranet wiki to the outside world, with Google
login to even view anything beyond the fact of its existence. (I
emailed the list about this before, and it's working great and
everyone is very pleased.)
We have an external IP, which accepts SSL on 443 and http:// on 80,
and passes both through to the back-end server as plaintext on port
80. So both https://example.wiki and http://example.wiki work, because
we have legacy http:// URLs in documentation *everywhere* that need to
Trouble is: how do I get it, when it gets an http:// URL, to
auto-redirect to https:// ?
Remember that the server sees *only* http:// connections, it isn't
doing SSL at all - SSL is terminated at the external IP.
I had to make the GoogleLogin extension (0.3.1) accept both http://
and https:// versions of Special:GoogleLogin for login to work on
(Can Apache even see if the incoming request was originally https:// ?)