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We need a common repository for Scribunto modules and templates
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We need a central repository of Scribunto modules and templates. Currently they are spread all over.

It has been broadly requested/discussed in many places and this is an attempt to have a URL to watch a contribute to this topic.

Scribunto upstream is in mediawiki.org and therefore I think such central repository should also be in mediawiki.org, to satisfy equally Wikimedia and MediaWiki centric projects.

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I was wondering whether there is an interest to push this discussion in the context of the Wikimedia-Developer-Summit-2016. The goal could be to agree on a basic plan and the best way to bring it to an implementation as part of the 2016-17 annual plan (or something along these lines). The globalization of gadgets seems to be progressing, but the templates/modules could benefit from a coordinated effort.

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Developer_Summit_2016#Call_for_participation

I was wondering whether there is an interest to push this discussion in the context of the Wikimedia-Developer-Summit-2016. The goal could be to agree on a basic plan and the best way to bring it to an implementation as part of the 2016-17 annual plan (or something along these lines). The globalization of gadgets seems to be progressing, but the templates/modules could benefit from a coordinated effort.

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Developer_Summit_2016#Call_for_participation

Probably not this task, but T91162.

Qgil changed the task status from Open to Stalled.Sep 18 2015, 9:00 AM

OK. Marking this task as Stalled and blocked by T91162: RFC: Shadow namespaces, then.

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This just came up as an issue on enwikinews - wherever the original content is hosted must be compatible / released with CC-BY-2.5 to be able to use it on enwikinews

This just came up as an issue on enwikinews - wherever the original content is hosted must be compatible / released with CC-BY-2.5 to be able to use it on enwikinews

Do you have a link?

This just came up as an issue on enwikinews - wherever the original content is hosted must be compatible / released with CC-BY-2.5 to be able to use it on enwikinews

Do you have a link?

https://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Wikinews:Water_cooler/technical - I posted at https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Diskussion:Lua/Modul/Graph#Relicense to see if all of the contributors would be willing to release their contributions

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