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Configure wgContentNamespaces on fr.wikiversity
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The community would like to include the following namespaces to wgContentNamespaces:

  • Recherche:
  • Aide:
  • Wikiversité:
  • Projet:
  • Faculté:
  • Département:

Local project discussion:


Related Gerrit Patches:

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Dereckson created this task.Feb 5 2016, 8:44 AM
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More input is perhaps needed for global community.

We should attract the attention of the local community some namepaces could be considered more as meta than content, and so not suitable for inclusion.

If they are still willing to proceed, we should determine if this is acceptable to create a cliff between wikis or if we want a smoother and coherent experience among the Wikimedia wikis. A discussion on meta. will be helpful in the matter.

  • Two namespaces organizes the access to the content, a little like portals:
    • Faculté (106)
    • Département (108)
  • Others are more metadata namespaces:
    • Aide (NS_HELP)
    • Wikiversité (NS_PROJECT)
    • Projet (102)

We can proceed for de facto content namespace.

The Recherche: namespace is a content one, and so could immediately be handled, pending an agreement for the two other series.

Change 268630 had a related patch set uploaded (by Dereckson):
Add Recherche: to wgContentNamespaces on fr.wikiversity

Change 268630 merged by jenkins-bot:
Add Recherche: to wgContentNamespaces on fr.wikiversity

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Deployed for Recherche namespace.

Dereckson changed the task status from Open to Stalled.Apr 2 2016, 1:57 AM
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