Currently we have alot of configurable settings in Special:ManageWiki/settings. This module of ManageWiki really needs a redesign to prevent page slowdowns. With many more additons to this, I fear ManageWiki will become almost unusable due to how slow it is becoming. An example of this is test2wiki, with the amount of extensions enabled and therefore the amount of additional settings, it takes up to 5 minutes for it to load sometimes, for wikis which use alot of extensions, it is the same result.
I propose we split Special:ManageWiki/settings into 3 subpages, Special:ManageWiki/settings/core, Special:ManageWiki/settings/extensions, and Special:ManageWiki/settings/miscellaneous to split up the amount of elements loading on a single page and significantly increase page loads. If anything, I do think we at least need to split core configuration settings from extension configuration settings to at least give us awhile longer, by significantly removing the amount of configurstion fields loading at once, and hopefully give an overall significant preformance boost to this great module of ManageWiki. While this may not be of high priority right now, it isn't to far out before it is absolutely necessary to do something about this. Splitting into subpages is just an example idea, and any other possibilities is welcome, so long as it'll solve this issue. Thank you!