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Re: [directory-discuss] Review queue email (was: Re: Tor Browser: Should
Re: [directory-discuss] Review queue email (was: Re: Tor Browser: Should we approve it soon?)
Sat, 29 Oct 2016 06:11:34 -0700
On Sat, Oct 29, 2016, at 05:57 AM, Greg Rundlett (freephile) wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 29, 2016 at 8:35 AM, Svetlana Tkachenko <address@hidden> wrote:
> > > If you can easily make a list that is more useful than this one
> > > https://directory.fsf.org/wiki?title=Special:ApprovedRevs&limit=500&offset=0&show=unapproved,
> > > go for it.
> > There is no API for this list.
> > I filed  and will keep you updated.
> > Can we also please upgrade to MediaWiki 1.27.1? It may be interfering
> > with the API output.
> Just FYI, not sure if it will be helpful to the FSF -- at least not yet since
> it's still in development, but I am working on a project called the
> QualityBox  which is a completely automated solution to deploying
> MediaWiki. Using Ansible, it completely deploys a fully featured MediaWiki
> hosting environment on a base distribution (currently limited to Ubuntu but
> Debian should be easy to add). It works with cloud providers, local
> infrastructure, and VirtualBox as well for development and production
> quality. I'm beginning to integrate the MediaWiki Farm extension  which is
> capable of running not just multiple sites (e.g. dev.wiki.example.com,
> wiki.example.com), but also multiple versions of MediaWiki.
> In general, it should be the preferred method of deploying a new MediaWiki
> system, similar to the WikiMedia Foundation system that 3rd party
> organizations can then promote their existing wikis to. Contributors welcome.
>  https://github.com/freephile/qb
>  https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:MediaWikiFarm
> p.s. excuse the lack of "vision" documentation etc., I'm just opening up the
> project which was previously an internal effort.
> p.p.s. It's Affero licensed
> Greg Rundlett
Interesting, I have a similar project, which is basically just a
literate bash script for setting up mediawiki, (as in literate
programming). It's not meant to do as much as yours.
Re: [directory-discuss] Tor Browser: Should we approve it soon?, Ian Kelling, 2016/10/28