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--Rajko m 09:33, 1 October 2011 (MDT)

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Noted the new policy that subpages no longer welcome that you drew my attention to. I see there is an awful lot of subpage use in pages imported from old wiki. It will be hard to eradicate - ideally need a bot that will identify all subpage links and post a warning on the page that it needs more work to be consistent with wiki standards ! Michaeljenkinson 22:35, 20 July 2010 (UTC)

I changed all pages that used Template:OpenSSHNav to Template:OpenSSH navbar. You can see that from article history. It is most likely something with cache, try to add '?action=purge' at the end of URL. Here it works since changes are done. --Rajko m 00:00, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

Organization etc. category dimension/tree/bush?

Is Category:Mozilla not better used as a category of an other 'dimension'? Mozilla may have many meanings but I think this category should be related to the Mozilla Foundation as a organization/vendor/developer... for the (internet) applications/programs Mozilla Thunderbird, Mozilla Firefox, SeaMonkey and the Bugzilla Software ... like - Google Inc. for Chromium, Chrome, - The GNU Project for GRUB Legacy, GNU GRUB 2, the GNOME desktop, Bash. ... - for GStreamer, Mesa 3D, ... - Apache Software Foundation for Lucene, Jakarta, ... ...? Regards --Pistazienfresser 00:34, 24 September 2010 (UTC)

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Hm. Maybe I have just thought to many steps ahead. So let's keep just Category:Mozilla for the programs (applications and plug-ins/ad-ons) related to the former Mozilla Suite and its predecessors. An article about the program Bugzilla might be interesting, too. But according to the "rules" in this wiki that article would be in the main namespace and an article on the Novell/openSUSE project Bugzilla not - an absurd order if I look at the needs of most the users of this wiki (m.h.o.). Regards --Pistazienfresser 01:54, 5 October 2010 (MDT)

Currently you have to approve page changes for FlaggedRevs, even for your own changes. On your request automatic approval of changes made by admins was removed. :) Rajko m 21:07, 10 February 2011 (MST)