On Thu, Sep 26, 2019, 8:02 PM JFC Morfin <jefsey(a)jefsey.com> wrote:
For more than a decade I publish my own working groups, personnal
uses, etc. wikis. I have hundreds of "bliks": I mean a mediawiki
under SQLite + mailman + side services. Each wiki under SQLite can
be easily transfered to other machines (privare or on line) and
replicated on several local machines (for private use and backup) in
using dropbox. The configuration is set-up with a script creating the
directories, most of them being symbolic links to a main wiki
configuration, one per machine.
This may sound crazy but it works well. Now, not being a PHP nor SQL
programmer I would need help on three issues:
* what is the command to know the mediawiki version I use?
Visit the Special:Version page on your wiki.
* on different "bliks", i.e. these SQLite supported wikis, I need to
get the same page (a glossary) to be locally present.
Is there a way
to maintain a page on a single SQLight wiki and to get it replicated
on others (I just need the current version of the page, not its history) ?
You want the Lingo extension (https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Lingo
and a default database that has the content.
* is there a command I could use (also in a script) to enter
references to pdf or image files I could then click
I'm not sure what you're asking for here. But if you install the PdfHandler
have previews of your PDF files. If you're trying to enter references to
these files from the page editor, then all the editor's I'm aware of
support inserting files.