John Blumel (johnblumel(a)earthlink.net) [050421 04:00]:
On Apr 20, 2005, at 1:27pm, Hínandil wrote:
>>IMHO, a way to quickly find which opages have
a non-default content
>>would be very useful.
>That's very easy. The ones which have been
modified will be listed
>with a pink background in Special:Allmessages, making them very easy
>to find by skimming down the page.
I think perhaps he was suggesting a
Special:Custommessages, to make it
easier to find them and not have to worry about skipping by some with
an accidental, double "page down". (I wonder how visible a pink
background is to someone who is red colorblind?)
Given that the number of messages likely to be customized is relatively
small and (probably) a relatively constant set (per wiki), and that the
total number of messages is quite large, it would be nice to have an
easy way to work with just the ones you have modified from the
Mmm, yes. This is one of the things that I really, really like about
FreeBSD: *every* startup setting is in /etc/defaults/rc.conf, and you never
touch that, but everything you've changed is in /etc/rc.conf. It saves a
tremendous amount of fiddling with obscure files in /etc. Would the
same approach be useful in MediaWiki?