Proposal summary: Give people an option in ManageWiki to opt out wikis from certain types of central notices, being those that are defined from campaign types, instead of only having an "all or nothing" setting.
Full proposal: There are campaign types that are configured with $wgCentralNoticeCampaignTypes in LocalSettings.php. This is what allows for central notices to be assigned a type when being set up. Individual users can then opt-out of certain types by going to their user preferences. This proposal asks to implement a setting in ManageWiki to be able to do a similar action for a whole wiki. Currently, ManageWiki only has a setting for opting out of all central notices.
Additional suggestions related to what is being proposed here can be found in this community noticeboard discussion. One such suggestion is to add some text consisting of instructions to central notices so that people can more easily figure out how to use this opt-out feature.
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Support Even with the Steward Comment: above. If you can disable certain CNotices on wikis for all users (even with preferences). Sometimes CNotice can be a nuisance. --YellowFrogger• (Talk — ✐) 23:10, 1 January 2022 (UTC)
Unless we create a new extension, this isn’t something SRE can do, since the CentralNotice extension isn’t controlled by Miraheze. MacFan4000(TalkContribs) 21:58, 31 December 2021 (UTC)
I'm just going to say that there is a suggestion for how to implement this within this community noticeboard discussion. Of course, I'm aware that it's up to sysadmins on whether it's feasible to try to implement this feature. K599 (talk) 00:30, 2 January 2022 (UTC)
The above discussion is preserved as an archive. Please do not modify it. Subsequent comments should be made in a new section