On 05/06/05, Carlton B <carltonb(a)mindspring.com> wrote:
Were you able to resolve this problem? I get the
Please read http://mail.wikimedia.org/pipermail/mediawiki-l/2005-May/005288.html
Basically, the "<Something>" means "I can't find the page called
MediaWiki:Something which you've referred to". The "mem caching
function" you're seeing is probably the function to fetch this from
To summarise once again, the "something" refers not to the literal
text "something" but to "whatever the page MediaWiki:Something
currently contains". It's *supposed* to make reconfiguring *easier*,
because changes can be made by any user with "sysop" status through
the normal wiki interface.
I may, of course, be wrong, in which case I apologise, but it seems
many people have reawl trouble getting the hang of this.
Rowan Collins BSc