This extension requires patches to core MediaWiki code. Extensions implemented using patches may be disabled by or interfere with upgrades and security patches. If a suitable alternative without a patch is available, we recommend you use that extension instead.
This extension is currently not actively maintained! Although it may still work, any bug reports or feature requests will more than likely be ignored.
Release status: unmaintained
|Implementation||User interface, User rights|
|Description||A set of MediaWiki-based wiki patches designed for educational usages.|
|Latest version||1.1 AND 1.2 (2012-02-15)|
|MediaWiki||1.18.1 (Core MediaWiki code version used for eduWIKI)
1.18.0+ (for edupak)
|License||GNU Lesser General Public License
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Sysop and bureaucrat completely replaced by Student, Teacher, Parent, and Tech. Should be safe, first account should have tech rights (and the right userrights) at setup.
|Check usage and version matrix.|
I am moving eduWIKI from Google Code to my own repository.
eduWIKI is an educational-based wiki based off of MediaWiki. It is a MediaWiki modification for education. eduWIKI exists in two forms: Standalone installation (eduWIKI), and as a MediaWiki extension (edupak), however, edupak has been deprecated. Both are on Google Code. Currently, only English is supported; Chinese may soon follow.
What is eduWIKI
eduWIKI is designed for an educational institute, or just a classroom. You can coordinate research efforts, and post everything on eduWIKI! Teachers are admins and techs are bureaucrats. EZ-PZ.
View code on Subversion (never up to date), or download here. ATTENTION!! Installation has two types, one is version 1.1 and the other 1.2. 1.1 is based off of MediaWiki 1.18.0, and the latter is based off of MediaWiki 1.20alpha on February 15, 2012.
- Install regularly like you're installing MediaWiki.
- If you have an error, please report that to me here. You (may) need a Google Account to add an issue.
- eduWIKI has no guarantee of software, nor does MediaWiki recommend this (possibly flawed) "patch"/fork software. I do recommend official MediaWiki releases.