Llan aṭas n wallalen ɣef unermes n iseqdacen nniḍen n MidyaWiki naɣ ɣef weksab n umalil s leɛjel.
wi d imecwaṛen imenza yelhan:
- Jerred sakin rnu kra n telɣutɣef yiman-ik deg usebter n useqdac.
- Ḍfeṛ Isallen akked ibuda-nneɣ nwalla n tmetti.
- Jerred ɣer wikitech-announce akken ad d-remseḍ ilɣa s yimayl ɣef irmuden imaynuten.
- Ddu ar ubadu wiyaḍ. IRC d
- Ḍmen d akken ɣur-k tansa n yimayl yettwasentmen akked ilɣa s yimayl yettwaremden deg ismenyifen-ik mediawiki.org.
- "Qareɛ" (sit ɣeg tignit s yitri n) isebtar i tebɣiḍ ad tɛasseḍ neɣ ahat wid anida tebɣiḍ ad ttekkiḍ.
- Ayen ifazen ugar ma yella tufiḍ Agraw MediaWiki icudden ar wayen tḥemleḍ!
- Please read the FAQ before asking.
- State your problem immediately and wait for a response. Don't ask "is there anyone here" or "can someone help me". This is normal IRC etiquette and allows participants to multitask effectively.
- Expect to wait for some time for an initial response, especially in off-peak times. Despite this, out of courtesy for the volunteer who is helping you, try to answer their questions promptly.
Ur k-d-ttunefk ara tririt, ahat d yiwet gar ddeqs n tɣawsiwin:
- Nobody was around at the time of day you chose. If the channel is generally quiet, come back later.
- You're asking a question which nobody knows the answer to, or which requires a lot of work to answer.
- You're asking a question which is in the FAQ, the help, the manual, or other documentation, and the volunteers in the channel feel it would be best if you found it yourself.
Questions relating to problems with your particular installation of MediaWiki are generally best answered on IRC, since they often require a back-and-forth exchange to isolate the problem, which is tedious when performed on the mailing lists.
tibdarin n tnezwit
Llant aṭas n Tibdarin n tnezwit i yttwaheyyan. Atentidak tid i d-sutren.
- mediawiki-l (or via Gmane) (or via your newsreader) is the high-traffic mailing list to ask for support.
- wikitech-l (or via Gmane) (or via your newsreader) is the high-traffic mailing list for software development, especially when it relates to Wikimedia (not just MediaWiki) wikis.
- mediawiki-announce (or via Gmane) (or via your newsreader) is a low-traffic list for announcements of new MediaWiki releases and security updates (all messages also go to mediawiki-l).
""Ttxil-wet, tazwara ẓeret tiftarin!"" Tibdarin-a Kraḍ akk zemrent daɣen ad ilint di Gmane i isekcamen s yiwen wudem yecban iguraw n yisallen naɣ s wudemawen yemxalfen di web, yettawi-d tiftarin i s-ilaqen yerna ittnadi di teftarin.
Ḍfer imiḍanen MediaWiki:
Kra iwellihen ɣef usebtar Social media.
Tabratt n tnezwit
Also see Wikimedia's Tech/News, which covers all the technical activity happening across the Wikimedia movement.
- Wikimedia's Meta-Wiki was formerly where documents were managed and proposals were discussed before this site was started. There is still a lot of content there that has yet to be moved.
- Phabricator is where feature requests and bugs may be reported or browsed.
- Translatewiki is a MediaWiki site that allows collaborative translation, including of MediaWiki software.
I tallelt ɣef useɣzan MediaWiki
You can also post support questions at Project:Support desk, though this is less frequented than the other sources of help listed on this page.
Akken ad tmeslayeḍ ɣef usmel-agi Web, MediaWiki.org
- Asenfaṛ:Uguren n tura (Taglizit)