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From janI <>
Subject Re: Update to merge of FAQ's from web site to mwiki
Date Sun, 23 Dec 2012 18:56:35 GMT
On 23 December 2012 19:31, Keith N. McKenna <>wrote:

> Keith N. McKenna wrote:
>> Based on extended discussions on this list at:
>> dev#query:%20list%3Aorg.****
>> 1+mid:pkyogj4m45anxuxg+state:**results<>
>> .
>> I propose to start merging and updating the User FAQ's from the website
>> into the current structure on the mediawiki (mwiki) and updating the
>> FAQ's already there by eliminating outdated references to version 1 and
>> version 2 and any duplications.
>> If there are no objections in 72 hours I will start merging the entries
>> from the website into the mwiki.
>> Regards
>> Keith N. Mckenna
>>  Good day all;
> Just a quick update to where this mini-project is. I have jut about
> finished all the modifications to the faqtoc on the mwiki. This is being
> done through a copy of the template file so as to avoid multiple saves to
> the template bringing the mwiki to its knees. Once the copy is finalized
> the changes will be made to the actual template file and saved once. Though
> tj has told me there should be no major performance hit by doing this I
> will schedule it probably over a weekend when usage is lower to (hopefully)
> minimize the hurt when Murphy inevitably bites.
I agree with tj, that is not a major burden for the mysql. Please be aware
that I am looking at moving wikitest to production before end of the please send me an e-mail directly, when you want to start
working, then I keep my hands off.

Jan I.

> I came across the following page**wiki/FAQ<>that
appears to be a sandbox that was started for developer FAQ's and then
> abandoned. There has been no development activity on it since 2009. Since
> many of the faq's on the web site are aimed towards developers, I would
> like to use this page as an index page for a number of different categories
> of developer faq's. I someone with a better knowledge and background in
> development could take a look at the page and if there is anything worth
> keeping let me know.
> Regards
> Keith

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