Jon | 26 Aug 17:04 2014
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LDAP Authentication Issue

Having an issue getting mediawiki to actually authenticate against ldap.
 Below is a log from a failed logon.  In addition, below that is the LDAP
Portion of the configuration.   LDAP Authentication extension is 2.1.0, by
Ryan Lane, and shows as an installed extension under Special:Version.
 Beyond that, I had hoped that once I declared the log file for LDAP
extension to log to it would populate the file.  It remains empty, despite
having proper read/ write permissions.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Start request POST
/mediawiki/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&action=submitlogin&type=login&returnto=Main+Page
HTTP HEADERS:
CACHE-CONTROL: no-cache
CONNECTION: Keep-Alive
CONTENT-LENGTH: 127
CONTENT-TYPE: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
ACCEPT: image/jpeg, application/x-ms-application, image/gif,
application/xaml+xml, image/pjpeg, application/x-ms-xbap, */*
ACCEPT-ENCODING: gzip, deflate
ACCEPT-LANGUAGE: en-US
COOKIE: wikidb792_mw__session=fc23383e59c0d1e76ab5cf0608cd1538;
my_wiki_mw__session=025b1ac00506f943b51bad37acf948ae
HOST: site
REFERER:
http://site/mediawiki/index.php?title=Special:UserLogin&action=submitlogin&type=login&returnto=Main+Page
USER-AGENT: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.3; WOW64;
Trident/7.0; .NET4.0E; .NET4.0C; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 2.0.50727;
.NET CLR 3.0.30729)
[caches] main: WinCacheBagOStuff, message: WinCacheBagOStuff, parser:
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Camponez | 25 Aug 14:23 2014
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Mediawikiwidget after upgrade to 1.23

Hello,

Anyone using Mediawikiwidget had problem after upgrading to 1.23? Mine stop
working with the error: "Error in widget Facebook Like Box"

The strange behaviour here is that Twitter widget IS still working, however
Iframe, Facebook, and others stopped.

For those that never heard about Mediawikiwidget (
http://www.mediawikiwidgets.org)

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FxParlant | 25 Aug 10:47 2014
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wiki based on html5 section tag

Hi all,

I wanted to know if some experiences had been made to create a wiki
based on the Html5 "section" tag (and header).

Has someone tried to change the parser to allow edit section to be made
with a "<section>" tag ?

Can you share the way you tried and which difficulties you encountered?

My (ugly) try is at :
http://proj.wiki/index.php?title=Autocollant_je_m%27arr%C3%AAte_aux_passages_pi%C3%A9tons

Thank you

Fran├žois

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Frank Baxmann | 24 Aug 16:52 2014
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Update of Extension:Tooltip

Hi  <at> all,

I made an update for Extension:Tooltip for MW 1.23.2. As far as i tested 
it, it's running good now. I added some parameters too.

I placed the new source for 3 files in the discussion page. My question 
is, if the update of the extension with all files should get placed 
somewhere to download it? If so where and how to do?

Greetings
Frank

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My ICloud | 23 Aug 22:12 2014

Re: [MediaWiki-announce] MediaWiki Security Release: 1.20.5 and 1.19.6


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Markus Glaser | 22 Aug 19:33 2014

Reminder: Wiki Co-op online meeting

Just a quick reminder: this is about to start in 30 minutes!

Best,
Markus

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Betreff: [MediaWiki-l] Wiki Co-op online meeting

Hello everyone,

at Wikimania, we set the ground for a new MediaWiki User Group called "Wiki Co-op". It's aim is to advocate
the needs of all users of MediaWiki. It especially targets use of MediaWiki outside the Wikimedia
Foundation [1].

There will be an online meeting on Friday, 22th August, at 6pm UTC. Communication channels can be found on
the Wiki Co-op page [1]. The purpose of this meeting will be to finalize the mission statement so that we can
request recognition from the Affiliations Committee.

Anyone who is interested in participating in this group is invited to join the meeting (and, of course, the
group). If you have other comments and feedback, please feel free to share on the group's discussion page [2].

Best,
Markus (mglaser) and Mark (hexmode)

[1] https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Groups/Proposals/Wiki_Co-op

[2] https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Talk:Groups/Proposals/Wiki_Co-op 
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sharmistha sen | 22 Aug 08:33 2014
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Mediawiki with Kaltura integration

Hi All
I need to integrate Kaltura video player with Mediawiki.
If anybody has experience with both, please contact me with your hourly rates.
Regards
Sharmistha
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Jan Steinman | 20 Aug 19:36 2014

Re: dumpHTML not worknig

> From: bancfc <at> openmailbox.org
> 
> Hi I'm trying to make an HTML dump of a locally installed mediawiki 
> instance.

Have you tried wget(1)? Every UNIX-like OS should have it.

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bancfc | 20 Aug 01:06 2014

dumpHTML not worknig

Hi I'm trying to make an HTML dump of a locally installed mediawiki 
instance.

Can you please help figure out a workaround?
Here is a copy of the console with the error message I get at then end:

user <at> host:~$ sudo php /var/www/wiki/extensions/DumpHTML/dumpHTML.php -d 
/home/user/Desktop/backup
[sudo] password for user:
WARNING: destination directory already exists, skipping initialisation
Creating static HTML dump in directory /home/user/Desktop/backup.
Using database localhost
Starting from page_id 1 of 1159
PHP Fatal error:  Cannot access protected property 
LocalRepo::$thumbScriptUrl in 
/var/www/w/extensions/DumpHTML/dumpHTML.inc on line 1163

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Alteil Analysis | 20 Aug 00:45 2014
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Critical Rendering Path on 10x Slower Server.

Hi. On webhost 10x slower than en.wikipedia.org ( profile
<http://www.webpagetest.org/result/140819_AJ_10H0/>  ), the resource loader
insists to load literally everything before showing anything visitors can
see. This seems bad. (for the  critical rendering
path
<http://www.webperformancetoday.com/2014/08/12/10-fastest-ecommerce-sites-can-teach-us-web-performance/> 
).Is it possible to use two resourceloaders? So that after the first loader
finishes, the visitors can see something? Can I set priority for loading
resources? As a side note,I deleted lines in resource loader, and manage to
cut the dom elements down to 170 (5 seconds).Without the semantic mediawiki
extension was 3 seconds. I did followed
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Performance_tuning, and run things in
miser mod. memcache is out of reach.

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Alteil Analysis | 20 Aug 00:33 2014
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Resourceloader on Webhost 10x Slower

Hi. On webhost 10x slower than en.wikipedia.org ( profile
<http://www.webpagetest.org/result/140819_AJ_10H0/>  ), the resource loader
insists to load literally everything before showing anything visitors can
see. This seems bad. (for the  critical rendering
path
<http://www.webperformancetoday.com/2014/08/12/10-fastest-ecommerce-sites-can-teach-us-web-performance/> 
).

Is it possible to use two resourceloaders? So that after the first loader
finishes, the visitors can see something? Can I set priority for loading
resources? 

As a side note,
I deleted lines in resource loader, and manage to cut the dom elements down
to 170.
But still, it takes 5 seconds to load. (without the semantic part was like 3
seconds near midnight).
I also followed http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Performance_tuning.

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