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Re: [opensuse-web] Re: [opensuse-wiki] Mediawiki update to 1.19
  • From: Marguerite Su <i@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2012 20:14:20 +0800
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On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 6:22 PM, Thomas Schmidt <tom@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 02.08.2012 22:23, Christian Boltz wrote:


CC'ing opensuse-web to make sure all interested people notice this.

Thomas, can you please force ;-) Henne to finally merge the -wiki
mailinglist into the -web mailinglist?

Am Donnerstag, 2. August 2012 schrieb Thomas Schmidt:

Hi, our admin guys are preparing an update to our wikis to version

That sounds like a good opportunity to get some long outstanding wishes
implemented ;-)

Can you please install the ReplaceText extension? It would be extremely
helpful for some maintenance tasks. Not only for replacing text in
several pages (that's the obvious usage), but also for searching on
wikitext level.

Please also make sure to include the Bento print.css
(obviously only for @media print) - without it, printing a wiki page
will waste two sheets of paper with a printout of the menus etc.

The print.css probably needs to be included in skins/bento.php, function
setupSkinUserCss with
'', 'print' );
In theory the above should work, but I didn't test it ;-) and therefore
won't commit it to git myself.

It's already running on the staging system at

Could you please check if you see any regressions?

It's terribly slow (10 to 20 seconds to load a page), but IIRC that's a
known issue of the staging server. Nevertheless I wonder if it is that
hard to fix - this problem already existed when we tested the update to

Hi Christian,
the slowness is a general issue with the staging systems, not related to the
Unfortunately it seems to be completely down at the moment.

A _very quick_ look at some of the pages didn't show any regressions,
but I didn't check too much.

Lots of images are missing - they probably simply don't exist on the
staging server. (Which reminds me that we discussed (long time ago) if
we should create a "commons.o.o" and/or allow to use files from en.o.o
from the other wikis.)

Unfortunately the staging server doesn't allow me to login, so I can't
test anything that is related to creating or editing pages.

I created an account for the staging systems that we can use for testing:

Besides this, someone who can login (Thomas?) should check if all
patches that are not upstream yet are still in place. I remember:
- a small change in index.php related to Access Manager
- my patch for MultiBoilerplate to allow different templates per

BTW: When can we expect the 1.19 code in git?

The code is a branch in the wiki git:

Could you please help Scott by checking for the things you mentioned above?


Thomas Schmidt (tom [at]
openSUSE Boosters Team
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Hi, all,

please remove "display: inline-block" in ".wikiEditor-ui-tabs div a"
in "extensions/WikiEditor/modules/jquery.wikiEditor.css"

this little hack will fix the hidden tab texts in some localized wiki
like Chinese without any influence on western localized ones.

and we don't need to remove usage of tooltipAndAccesskey, just replace
it with tooltipAndAccesskeyAttribs, everything will be okay.

I tested and fixed our themes just a week ago, against 1.9, and sent a
pull request,

but the pull itself is against 1.7 branch, I don't know how to pull
into a branch,

so when I saw someone created a 1.9 branch, I cancelled my request.

Hope this helps

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