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Hello guys, how do I use talk pages? I searched for extensions Extension:Discussion and Extension:StructuredDiscussions and do not have here. Could you help me with this? Can you install these extensions or how should I do?

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@Pfyh You can install StructuredDiscussions/Flow in Special:ManageWiki/extensions of your wiki. It appears that the second extension has previously been rejected

@Hispano76 thank you for response. But it's need of:

Dependencies
required
Extension:Echo for notifications (e.g. replies to your post)
It is required to have an object cache. It is recommended that you use memcached for this. You may encounter problems with Redis currently.
Extension:ParserFunctions for the templates that are automatically installed (e.g. #time)
$wgContentHandlerUseDB = true Required for Special:EnableStructuredDiscussions and to avoid corruption if you change the content model of namespaces (towards or away from StructuredDiscussions) if there are already pages in that namespace.
strongly recommended
Parsoid for the option to store posts as HTML ($wgFlowContentFormat = 'html';) which improves performance. This is how WMF wikis are configured, and hence is the most tested configuration by far. If you use MediaWiki-Vagrant, enabling StructuredDiscussions enables Parsoid and sets the format to 'html'.
optional
Extension:BetaFeatures if you want to use the opt-in beta feature for user talk.
Extension:CLDR for human-friendly timestamps such as "3 days ago"
Extension:VisualEditor for VisualEditor support ($wgFlowEditorList = array( 'visualeditor', 'none' );)
bug? if you have the VisualEditor present (e.g. perhaps to provide OOUI),then StructuredDiscussions will attempt to contact Parsoid even if VE is not enabled
StructuredDiscussions can integrate with Extension:AbuseFilter, Extension:SpamBlacklist, and Extension:ConfirmEdit, see /Spam
StructuredDiscussions will integrate with Extension:CheckUser if you have it installed.
Extension:Thanks to "Thank" users for their posts
Extension:EventLogging for analytics
FONTE: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:StructuredDiscussions

and don't have all of these available don't you?

In T4951#94177, @Pfyh wrote:

@Hispano76 thank you for response. But it's need of:

Dependencies
required
Extension:Echo for notifications (e.g. replies to your post)
It is required to have an object cache. It is recommended that you use memcached for this. You may encounter problems with Redis currently.
Extension:ParserFunctions for the templates that are automatically installed (e.g. #time)
$wgContentHandlerUseDB = true Required for Special:EnableStructuredDiscussions and to avoid corruption if you change the content model of namespaces (towards or away from StructuredDiscussions) if there are already pages in that namespace.
strongly recommended
Parsoid for the option to store posts as HTML ($wgFlowContentFormat = 'html';) which improves performance. This is how WMF wikis are configured, and hence is the most tested configuration by far. If you use MediaWiki-Vagrant, enabling StructuredDiscussions enables Parsoid and sets the format to 'html'.
optional
Extension:BetaFeatures if you want to use the opt-in beta feature for user talk.
Extension:CLDR for human-friendly timestamps such as "3 days ago"
Extension:VisualEditor for VisualEditor support ($wgFlowEditorList = array( 'visualeditor', 'none' );)
bug? if you have the VisualEditor present (e.g. perhaps to provide OOUI),then StructuredDiscussions will attempt to contact Parsoid even if VE is not enabled
StructuredDiscussions can integrate with Extension:AbuseFilter, Extension:SpamBlacklist, and Extension:ConfirmEdit, see /Spam
StructuredDiscussions will integrate with Extension:CheckUser if you have it installed.
Extension:Thanks to "Thank" users for their posts
Extension:EventLogging for analytics
FONTE: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:StructuredDiscussions

and don't have all of these available don't you?

@Pfyh Most of the mentioned extensions are enabled by default except VisualEditor, as you can see in Special:Version of all wikis.

@Hispano76 so sorry. Exactly! Thank you! Closed!