[Mediawiki-l] Test wiki for posting more complex questions to this list?

Kelly Jones kelly.terry.jones at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 14:19:41 UTC 2007


Thanks, Emufarmers. I don't own wiki.lspace.org, I'm just a user. I
don't really own any wikis or server space. I tried setting up a
MediaWiki on awardspace.com (free webspace like geocities/tripod/etc),
but it's so slow + works so poorly that I can't really use it for
testing.

Thanks also to Ittay for answering my earlier "Annotating a protected
document on a per-user, per-section basis" question. Since I don't own
wiki.lspace.org, I can't install my own extensions. The wiki owner
might install any "standard" extension on request, but probably won't
install anything experimental.

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On 1/30/07, Emufarmers Sangly <emufarmers at gmail.com> wrote:
> You could set up such a test wiki pretty easily: Just set it up on a
> separate webspace from your main one (testwiki.lspace.org, or whatever), and
> add:
> $wgGroupPermissions['user']['protect'] = true;
> To LocalSettings.php.  Then users could protect and unprotect pages when
> logged in, and log out to see how they would be without the protection
> permission.
>
> On 1/30/07, Kelly Jones <kelly.terry.jones at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Thanks to everyone who's been helping.
> >
> > As I get closer to my goal, I have some more complex questions
> > regarding templates, protected pages, transclusions, pre-loading, etc.
> >
> > It would be really useful to have a "test wiki" I could point people
> > to to show them what I've done so far, and why it doesn't work.
> >
> > Ideally, this would be one where any registered user could
> > protect/unprotect pages (of course, giving any user the power to
> > protect/unprotect pages makes protection meaningless, but this would
> > be more to experiment with protected pages, not actually protect
> > them).
> >
> > Is there such a "test wiki" out there?
> >
> > I realize I could create test pages and even templates on ANY wiki
> > (even mediawiki.org or wikipedia.org), but it would be wrong to



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