Issues relating to MediaWiki configuration.
You can find the name of the message to modify on any page with the ?uselang=qqx special language code. For example, if you want to change the message shown for invalid special page names, go to e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:BadPageName?uselang=qqx and see that the message is nospecialpagetext (the BadPageName is just a random string that is not a valid special page name; it could be anything).
Sorry but it does not work
I think it as to do with a mistake in the variable name in the setup filek from the extension page the variable starts with "eg" and no "wg"
I've look at the commit in Phabricator.
@Chabi -- you've done it
Where can I add the // ?
I've just looked and found a few issues.
@DekuPH2006AJHalili I read that, but it doesn't explain why this is better than just modifying the mediawiki:noarticletext message, which is displayed when a page is not found. It seems that the extension requires setting up a separate 404 handler for the webserver, pointing to the extension's special page. But MediaWiki already has a built-in page that it displays in those situations.
Sun, Jul 21
Hi, you can enable that through Special:ManageWiki/extensions.
Sat, Jul 20
Oh, that's the extension it's self (which the new renderer still uses).
A few points:
PDF rendering works using electron, i'm not seeing the problem (so lowering the priority to normal on this task).
You can actually fix that at https://happy.miraheze.org/wiki/특수:ManageWiki/core (and if the namespaces show the same).
If there's no update here then Probably not.
Any word on this?
Fri, Jul 19
I'm probably missing something, but what's the point of Special404? It seems to be about the same as modifying the core noarticletext message. It also requires modifying the web server configuration, so I'm not sure if it's appropriate for the Miraheze environment.
@Levreauj you should now be able to go to Special:ManageWiki/settings on your wiki, and under the "Editing" tab, uncheck a box labeled "Automatically approve new revisions".
Ah, there it is. I'll handle this in a few minutes.
Hi that was fast !
Merged by @Paladox
https://github.com/miraheze/ssl/pull/198 -- Can someone merge?
ConfirmEdit is already installed by default.
Thu, Jul 18
Deleted by @John per IRC Chat
That script is already ran. It takes a while for results to propagate.