Please report all problem of eteRNA's WIKI
Hi, there seems to be an incompatibility between parser tags like <gallery>, and the Tiny MCE editor
If I understand correctly the documentation of that extension, it shouldn't be more complicated than just adding those elements in the $wgExt_valid_elements variable in LocalSettings.php
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Cite/Cite.php or an equivalent extension would be nice to have.
I'm working on this issue now. It is installed without problem, so I'm verifying whether it works fine. Thanks for your waiting.
Hi Diana, I just tested it (because Eli wants to use it), and it doesn't seem to be functional at the moment... The tags get removed for one (I suspect it happens when the WYSIWYG editor loads the page). Bypassing the WYSIWYG editor allows for manually inserting the tags, but then, only the citations are displayed, not the content of the article.
Hi Nando, I got a notice of it from Eli today :) Thanks for verifying the problem. I'll work on it asap.
Maybe we need to extend the countermeasures... something like http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:SpamBlacklist ?
Hi, Nando, thanks for your suggestion. I'll look into it.
Hi, Nando, the tools you proposed looks greate. Many of wiki sites are using it. It has been installed on eteRNA wiki too. Thanks always!
Hello Diana, if I may, I think it's time for me to suggest that you make me a sysop on this wiki. To be honest, I was hoping that other worthy contributors would show up, but so far, I believe that I'm the only one who would qualify for what is described on http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Assigning_permissions
The level of spamming has increased lately (it's the third time that I'm blanking the page of that Ezra spammer), and you are very busy with other tasks... This seems like a reasonable choice, specially considering that it can be reverted any time you want.
Hi Nando, sorry for late response. Really glad to hear the suggestion from you! Sure, but I can give you sysop rights partially (only deleting/ moving page and blocking user) for now. I'll let you know when I'm done. Hope that you would understand this circumstances. And if someone you know are interested in managing this site with us, please let me know. At the end, I very appreciate your involvement all the time, deep concern about this wiki as well. Thanks!
Change notifications seem to be broken
I stopped getting email notifications of changes to pages on my watch list since 10/11/13. I've checked my watch list, preferences and spam folders, and can't find anything on my end to explain it.
I think I spoke too soon. It certainly isn't completely broken, and I probably was just mistaken about what pages were on my watch list.
Not a report, not an issue. It's just something I don't see expressed much (maybe I'm not looking at the right places). I saw today all the issues you added to the GitHub tracker, and it all seems so cold and ungrateful... I know for certain that it wasn't the intention of the people reporting those issues, so I just wanna say that I, and many other players, are really so pleased and so very impressed by the work done on the new web interface for the labs. We're all appreciative for all the work done, thank you :)
I would like to second that. Thank you, Diana.
Hi there, I'd like to third the gratitude. I didn't realize what a small dev team was behind EteRNA when the players requested help with organizing issue reporting. Now that I understand this fact, and also that you have the HTML efforts on your plate in addition to the wiki, I will take this into account in arranging the issue intake protocol. It is my fault that such an enormous list of issues was compiled, and I hope it reflects the enthusiasm and passion that the players have for this game, as opposed to dissatisfaction.
If anything, this was the short list of player wishes! I didn't even have time to organize all the incoming requests, much less actually help fix them, as is now on your plate, lol. I know how hard it is to push out a major update, and I want to reinforce that the players in general support the movements toward an HTML interface out of Flash. And there is not an expectation of feature change so much as an appreciation that we can have the conversation, and prioritize our efforts to maximum positive effect.
My intention is to relieve and organize the chaotic nature of communication between devs & players, so as to make the devs' lives easier, and to educate the players as to proper intake protocol. So I hope that what currently may seem like an ungrateful onslaught of complaints actually becomes a more organized and easier to sift through protocol that the devs and players can collaborate on with minimal consternation.
Many thanks for your efforts!
First of all, I'm so impressed, and thankful to you and all Eterna players.
Nando, Omei - Thank you for your evolvement in wiki… Without your help, we could not manage wiki effectively... Machinelves - I really appreciate you drawing up the list. It is quite straightforward and informative, so it could help us organize and remind issues. Let's keep collecting and prioritizing them with other players. With respect to the protocol which you mentioned, we'll discuss this friday.
Nowadays, I've stayed away from jobs for two weeks due to personal issue. So, I couldn't piling up reported issues. I'm so sorry that players had such inconvenient issues, we are figuring out how to fix them.
It is not related to issues, but I would like to say that Eterna and you players are really important to me. I hope we would satisfy your needs, also help you more effectively. Until then, We'll keep doing our best.
Love all, and thanks again for your time and consideration.