[Mediawiki-l] collect contributions of multiple users
jimhu at tamu.edu
Wed Sep 10 17:49:12 UTC 2008
On Sep 10, 2008, at 11:27 AM, Peter Müßig-Trapp wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> you have done this by coding a special page in php?
> 2008/9/10 Jim Hu <jimhu at tamu.edu>:
>> It's not hard to write a special page to do this. We made something
>> to distinguish contributions by our staff (vast majority) from those
>> made by our community users (very very few, alas):
>> That page is a kludge where I've hard-coded in the userids to exclude
>> and committed various other coding sins. But a cleaner version would
>> be pretty easy to write... and I probably should work on a cleaner
>> version. It could be useful, for example, for instructors to monitor
>> the changes made by students in a class. But I'm fuzzy on what it
> So how could this look like?
> I'm thinking about a functionality, e. g. if you use the following in
> a wiki page:
> this should result in a page listening all the last edited pages from
> the given Users e. g. in the following form
> page1 User2 date youngest
> page2 User2 date younger
> page3 User1 date young
I think this could be coded pretty quickly. 50 results total or 50
for each? The latter is going to run more slowly, I think.
> Kind regards, Peter
Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Texas A&M Univ.
College Station, TX 77843-2128
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