Though this question (topic) may seem as a duplicate of this previous topic (Topic:Ucy8sfl44i6n6i51) posted on Support desk but that contained more discussions on the effect of GDPR than how to make it compliant. So, thought of starting this thread in an attempt to list all the practicable methods to make a MediaWiki installation (website) "more" GDPR compliant.
Just to avoid confusion -
1. This topic is NOT on how to change MediaWiki software to make it GDPR compliant (if at all necessary), it is on any website build on MediaWiki software. So, this focuses on extensions, scripts, or anything you can think of that may make the website more GDPR compliant.
2. Absolute compliance is not possible on public MediaWiki websites, at least for the website administrators, as most of the content are posted by the users. So the title is how to make it “MORE” GDPR compliant.
3. Please try to suggest anything about general MediaWiki websites that can be a problem due to GDPR and all the possible ways to correct or at least circumvent this problem.
I request all the active members to please share your valuable thoughts on this matter.
I found this support desk to be the most helpful and active part of this website, so decided to ask it here.