User talk:Fran Rogers
PunBB authentification 
remember helping me on that code : Extension talk:PunBB Authentication on the irc channel ?
I still have a small trouble there : mediawiki only uses the first capital letters, not very convenient for loggins that are made with capital letters, especially with such as "Firstname FAMILYNAME" (strange login, though, but imposed...) that become "Firstname familyname" all small cases after the first letter. Any idea of how to improve that ?--NewMorning 14:07, 18 August 2008 (UTC)
Help with PHP proc_open pipes 
You can test it out just throwing a <js>print('foo');</js> into a page, it isn't actually to far into the js itself anyways.
The problem appears to be with pipes from proc_open. I'm handling things somewhat similarly to the Lua extension but it's not working. Testing it from the command line (uncomment the die on line 100 and purge a page using the extension to see the command being run to execute the jar) it appears to be outputting correctly (I have a minor mod thrown in to just make it output "output\0foo\0\0" which is just a valid dummy output return message which should be caught by a js tag, easiest way to test. However even though I flush the stream it seams that php is not reading that message, it doesn't seam to be reading anything at all out of the stream's stdout even though it's outputting a message. Dantman
Documentation summit 
Did you know about the Doc Camp this October?
"Individuals with a passion for free documentation about free software may apply to attend by filling out the application form and submitting before 5 August, 2011.... Accommodation and food will be covered by the GSoC Doc Camp. Part or complete travel costs can also be applied for as part of the application process."
I'm going to send a proposal to get MediaWiki into the Doc Camp and to have us do a Quick Sprint to improve MediaWiki's documentation. Please let me know if you know people I should include in my proposal.
best, Sumanah 17:13, 22 July 2011 (UTC) Volunteer Development Coordinator, Wikimedia Foundation
New Orleans MediaWiki developers' meetup in October 
I think you might be interested in coming to the New Orleans MediaWiki hackathon, October 14-16. (Not sure where you live; I know it might be a long trip if you're not already in North America.) We'll be working on infrastructure, such as ResourceLoader, AMICUS, and Wikimedia Labs, that supports MediaWiki, extensions, gadgets, tools, and other functionality. So it would be very valuable to have developers, such as you, there to participate, give feedback, test, and hack. If you're interested, please put your name on the attendees list at that wiki page. Thanks! Sumanah 16:35, 31 August 2011 (UTC)
A pie for you! 
|Behave, please. —Emufarmers(T|C) 20:06, 5 October 2011 (UTC)|
Your extensions 
Hello, one extension written by you (or more) is listed on Git/Conversion/Extensions still in svn. The SVN repository will be closed in the future, and localisation support on translatewiki.net has already been dropped: please help update the list so that we know which extensions are still of interest and should therefore be moved to Git, and if possible volunteer to continue maintaining some requesting migration, or find someone else who can do so. Thanks, Nemo 14:56, 12 October 2012 (UTC)