I'm working on one wiki which shows characters in a weird way. UTF-8 is
used for encoding, so I believe that it isn't an issue.
You can take a look here Statik A – Sub Bavaria (sub-bavaria.de)
<http://www.sub-bavaria.de/w/index.php?title=Statik_A>, so you can better
understand what I'm talking about.
Could you please point me to something that I should look for, so I can fix
Wiki was previously on version 1.31, I've upgraded it to 1.38.
Thanks for your help and understanding!
As per the MediaWiki version lifecycle, I would like to announce the
formal end of life (EOL) of MediaWiki 1.37 as of today, Wednesday November
This means that MediaWiki 1.37 will no longer receive maintenance or
security backports. It is therefore strongly discouraged that you continue
to use it.
It is recommended to upgrade either to MediaWiki 1.38, which will be
supported until June 2023 or to 1.39 (released today), the next LTS after
1.35, which will be supported until November 2025.
I'm pleased to announce that a new version of my MediaWiki reference book,
"Working with MediaWiki" is now out. This is the fifth version of the book:
it first came out in 2012, and I have tried to update it every two or three
years, because after that point a MediaWiki book starts to show its age.
This latest version is fully updated for 2022 and MediaWiki 1.39, including
lots of new screenshots, new extensions and skins, and updated information
on all sorts of things.
The website for the book is here:
You can also read the book online in its entirety, here:
However, if you want to have a physical copy of the book - for you, your
loved ones, or co-workers - you can also order it on Amazon, or a number of
other sites like Barnes & Noble - there are ordering links on the main
site. It's now at the relatively low price of $25, or its equivalent in
other currencies. Perfect for the holidays, I would say!
If you do read it, I hope you enjoy it,
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