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Renaming Book PagesEdit
How do I rename a Book Page? When I change the name of the Book Page, it seems that the link to the old page is broken and I have copy the old content to the new page that was created as a result of renaming. TIA!
- @Rjbfigueroa: Can you give an example of a page you wanted to move, and where you wanted to move it to, so we can see what happened?
Fwiw, here's how to move a page, if you're using Vector skin (in the desktop interface, rather than the mobile one): View the page you want to move (not its talk page). There should be a control bar at the top of the browser, and way over on the far right of it there should be a dropdown menu. The only option on that menu should be either "rename" or "move"; use that. --Pi zero (discuss • contribs)
Google Code-In will soon take place again! Mentor tasks to help new contributors!Edit
Hi everybody! Google Code-in (GCI) will soon take place again - a seven week long contest for 13-17 year old students to contribute to free software projects. Tasks should take an experienced contributor about two or three hours and can be of the categories Code, Documentation/Training, Outreach/Research, Quality Assurance, and User Interface/Design. Do you have any Lua, template, gadget/script or similar task that would benefit your wiki? Or maybe some of your tools need better documentation? If so, and you can imagine enjoying mentoring such a task to help a new contributor, please check out mw:Google Code-in/2019 and become a mentor. If you have any questions, feel free to ask at our talk page. Many thanks in advance! --Martin Urbanec 07:28, 5 November 2019 (UTC)
Development environment for this wiki (take 2)Edit
If I make a (Vagrant or Docker or VirtualBox) development for this wiki, would you be interested in including
- 1. all gadgets or only some (if so then which)
- 2. all extensions or only some (if so then which)
- 3. all content or only some (if so then what part)
- 4. all settings or only some (if so then which ones)
Also what extensions, or improvements to existing extensions, would you like to see developed if someone volunteers to do it. Is there a wish list.
Thanks, --Gryllida 05:10, 12 November 2019 (UTC)
- It seems pretty simple to start from MW:Docker, add the gadgets and import https://dumps.wikimedia.org/enwikibooks/ in an entrypoint. It would create a site which would reset easily to make some JS crash tests for example.
- Actually I've just started a new book fr:Docker from scratch last month, and am willing to translate it here when the time will come. This exercise would create a good chapter of example. JackPotte (discuss • contribs) 21:12, 12 November 2019 (UTC)