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Miraheze jẹ ọfẹ, kii ṣe-fun-èrè iṣẹ gbigbalejo wiki ti o nlo MediaWiki ẹya gẹgẹbi ẹrọ gbigbalejo rẹ, ti o si ṣe lati ṣe igbesoke si ẹya iduroṣinṣin to ṣẹṣẹ julọ. . Miraheze n fi ọpọlọpọ awọn amugbooro MediaWiki sori ẹrọ lori wiki tuntun, pẹlu awọn olumulo ni aṣayan lati mu ọpọlọpọ awọn amugbooro miiran ṣiṣẹ lori wiki (ati beere awọn tuntun), pẹlu VisualEditor ati StructuredDiscussions . Miraheze is supported by user donations and does not include any advertising on wikis it hosts.

Miraheze currently hosts more than 6,250 wikis.


Miraheze can download any MediaWiki extension, at the request of the operator of the wiki, provided that it passes a security review. Many of these can be found at Wikimedia's Git code repositories. To see extensions that are currently downloaded on Miraheze see their GitHub.

There are also Extensions by Miraheze, available as free open source software.

Custom domains

If requested, Miraheze provides support for custom domains, as long as the domain is pointed to them as it is said here.


Miraheze uses open-source code, and hosts it using GitHub.

Extensions, settings and permission management

Miraheze uses their own extension, called ManageWiki in order to allow users on individual wikis to enable/disable extensions, change a variety of settings (their logo, their favicon, etc.), and change permissions and manage namespaces.

Issue reporting

Miraheze uses Phorge for issue/bug reports, as well as requesting some features for wikis that are not included in the default ManageWiki options.


Miraheze currently functions with 49 different servers used for different purposes (MediaWiki, Varnish, Database, Puppet, Test, Swift, etc.). A list of these servers and each of their functions can be seen here.

WikiTide fork

In 2023, a separate wiki farm called "WikiTide" forked from Miraheze following an internal dispute. They merged back together, under the Miraheze name but with the WikiTide Foundation taking over from Miraheze Limited as a governing body, in March 2024. They originally planned to rename the site to WikiTide as well, but the plan to rename the site was indefinitely postponed following community opposition.

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