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Need help : Do people have to join any security or distribution group to be able to access msittoolswiki?
A lot of my colleagues with Microsoft alias are not able to view the pages in wiki despite successful login. What is the reason behind this?
That site has no relation to us. You'll have to contact MS support.
Help on enhancements in 1.27 new page,Rss feed and Embedded html
we are migrating the mediawiki from 1.13 to 1.27.
as part of this we are trying to add below new enhancements as well
1) Open new page functionality 2) Rss feed support 3) Embedded html for media inclusion
kindly provide me the instructions to enable them
can someone please help me on how to implement the enhancement features on 1) Open new page functionality 2) Rss feed support 3) Embedded html for media inclusion
Peterblaise left some interesting notes and thoughts about a/the MediaWiki manual on the Support Desk. As there was no discussion there on this (that page is not a really convenient place for such discussions, of course), I now leave a permalink to the thread here: . 00:43, 29 May 2007 (UTC)
This page is useless beyond the "Users | System Administrators | </>Developers" links
I propose this point to those three sections and that's it.
As I understand, initially this page was understood as the "table of contents" for some virtual book called "technical manual for the MediaWiki software". This should have been the main entry point to the "Manual:" namespace (in these same role as Help:Contents for "Help:" namespace).
My understanding is that User hub is the entry point to the Help NS, and that the Sysadmin and Dev hubs are entry points to this technical manual (i.e. all pages in the Manual NS).
I think the Manual:Contents should be a complete index to all (top-level) pages in the Manual NS. There seem to be about 600 at the moment (excluding hooks, variables, and filenames). I know the Category:Manual is meant to be that, but it's easier to navigate on a single page.