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 Many thanks
Many thanks for the welcome. I consider it the most important first step in the wiki community! Best, MarkDilley
Here is an example of what can be done with the maps extension. The location pointers are in a separate page (here) and can be edited by anyone to add/remove/update different pointers. Each pointer can be clicked on, to pop up a dialogue box whose contents are wiki syntax - so can include links and other wiki content, but not images at this time.
If many map icons are included and overlap each other, the last pointer will be the 'top', visible one.
Map coordinates do not need to be geocoordinates - any location which is listed in the Geonames database can be used. - Amgine / t·e 22:07, 30 December 2011 (CET)
 Welcome template
It's awesome - thanks! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Djudd (talk • contribs)
 Edit rejected
The wiki has rejected my edit and branded me a spammer. Page URL and wikitext are here: http://zelea.com/var/tmp-public/wiki.txt. ~Michael Allan 02:33, 20 January 2012 (CET)
 New wiki design
Just wanted to check in on ETA on the wiki design that Erica sent a while back. It's my understanding that someone was working on that you recommended. Let us know what's needed so we can help get that up in the next couple of weeks.
Can you help add the occupy.net nav bar? I have listed it as an item here: http://collaborate.occupy.net/projects/9/dashboard. It would be similar to what you see on maps.occupy.net, ideas.occupy.net, notes.occupy.net and so on.
 Themeing the wiki
Hi. What's the status on implementing the wiki theme? -from Devin :)
^_^ --SalvaE 01:55, 19 February 2012 (CET)
 Wiki Admin Policies
Hi. A friend told me she felt censored on the site. I imagined that the admin policy was that people can write anything unless they're a bot or doing hardcore defacing. I'm sure wiki administration policies are a pain but I'd really like to write out some simple, explicit ones with you. Should we meet in IRC, Skype, Wiki it?
 Admins on the Way
Next week I'm going to begin collaborating with Lippe to form a more formal wiki community group that will be able to share admin, curation responsibilities as well as consense on administration policies. I read your comments on admin policies and came up with the following proposal as an interim solution:
What do you think?
 Wikignomish stack
 Putting Statements on PDF
How do you put these statements on PDF? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tlubbehusen (talk • contribs)
I'm gonna try.--SalvaE 19:57, 6 May 2012 (CEST)
- :-) --SalvaE 21:01, 6 May 2012 (CEST)
 Occupy Calendars
Hey Amgine! Haven't been adding stuff here in a while, but there is an international FB group going of Occupy FB Admins and there was an idea to create an international calendar. I figured that the Google approach was the simplest. I would love to learn more about CalDAV and WebDAV though. Not everyone is using Google but there already a lot that are. Would this work with both Google and Non-Google calendars or would it require wholesale conversion by all occupy locations to specific software? -Ronnie 02:55, 15 June 2012 (CEST)
 Protecting pages
Hi Amgine, how do I set semi-protection on pages? I want to keep this from being edited S17_messaging. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Drew (talk • contribs)
- 'Semi-protect' means you're not preventing everyone from editing or moving the page, you're only preventing new user accounts and unregistered users. from editing or moving the page. (Unregistered users are prevented anyway, due to WON's spam prevention controls.)
- To semi-protect the page, an administrator clicks the 'Protect' link in the yellow action bar at the top of the page (you are not currently an administrator; the list of administrators is here, and users who are also bureaucrats (Devin) can make other users administrators), and selects which user groups may edit the page and the duration of the protection, and which user groups may move the page and the duration. They also provide a summary for why the page is protected, which will be displayed whenever someone tries to do something to the page.
- WON does not currently have any written guidelines for when a page should be protected, how long it should be protected for. I therefore assume common sense is the rule. So, why should S17 messaging be protected? (I can do it, I just need to know why I should. Doesn't need to be a complex argument or anything, just something for me to point to as the reason why I will do it.) - Amgine / t·e 17:41, 12 August 2012 (UTC)
- Thanks for the info. S17 messaging needs to be protected from edits, (if possible) just from new users, because the specific text was crafted specifically for the event and is not open to editing. The time span can be until September 17th. Let me know if you need a more specific reason. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Drew (talk • contribs)
- Excellent! I've semi-protected the page for 36 days, which should cover until Sept. 17. - Amgine / t·e 18:57, 12 August 2012 (UTC)
 Watchlist ATOM feed error
Hi, i'm getting the following error when going to my watch list feed:
error on line 2 at column 1: Extra content at the end of the document Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error.
When I attempt to go to:
http://wiki.occupy.net/api.php?action=feedwatchlist&allrev=allrev&wlowner=Drew&wltoken=ed8f138fa8fbcdae88c8ec804ed58c3e7cc70e0f&feedformat=atom —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Drew (talk • contribs)
- I'm not ignoring this, Drew, I'm trying to figure it out. It's not just you, it happens for me too and I assume everyone else. The confusing thing is - it only affects WON. It does not seem to affect the other wikis in the farm, even though they share the same source code. So it has become a big mystery, and we are working on it. WON has shown us multiple bugs in the past 48 hours. - Amgine / t·e 16:33, 18 August 2012 (UTC)
I'm now in a mumble meeting for preparing the next 12-20 october 2012 action days, in occupy mumble server. We are talking a little bit about this wiki place. --SalvaE (talk) 20:41, 18 August 2012 (UTC)
- Do you know if it is possible that this wiki goes accessible to edit without signing-up, using the IP as in wikipedia? I'm proposing it as the reference working space for the preparation of those october 2012 days ant it seems that there are people that is reluctant to work in platforms where is necessary to log in to contribute. --SalvaE (talk) 21:13, 18 August 2012 (UTC)
- Yes, it is possible. However, there would be a captcha to solve for every edit, and possibly twice if an edit includes a url. - Amgine / t·e 21:17, 18 August 2012 (UTC)
- That sounds ok! The meeting is already over. We'll meet again on September 8th 2012 at 18:00 UTC in the mumble server of Occupy->
- Label: OccupyTalk
- Address: occupytalk.org
- Port: 64738
- Name: Choose a username / alias you want or the username you used to register on the website.. --SalvaE (talk) 21:23, 18 August 2012 (UTC)
- Super! Thanks a lot. --SalvaE (talk) 22:14, 18 August 2012 (UTC)
 Test edit
Test anons can edit, but are captcha'd
- No, they weren't. Cheap captcha temporarily restored, with high annoyance values.
- Still borken captcha.
- Borken captcha 'fixed'?
 Occupy the Pipeline
Hi Amgine, do you know why this page isn't text-wrapping properly? Thanks! Leah (talk) 20:53, 8 September 2012 (UTC)
- Sorry about the delay in getting back to you.
- Starting a line with at least one space tells the wiki software you plan to pre-format the text (an HTML
<pre> tag) so the text is not wrapped or otherwise formatted.
- As you can see from my edit, all I did was delete the extra space and the extra line feed and the line wrap was back in place.
- - Amgine / t·e 00:25, 9 September 2012 (UTC)
- Thanks! Leah (talk) 00:43, 9 September 2012 (UTC)
 moving and replace page
Hi Amgine, I messed up and created S17/Resources when I wanted to move S17_Resources can you delete the former and move the latter. Thanks! --Drew (talk) 18:26, 7 October 2012 (UTC)