Soukromé wiki

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Soukromé wiki
Miraheze nabízí kromě veřejných wiki také soukromé. Používá se pro interní dokumentaci, osobní poznámky, soukromé komunity a další. Testování funkcí může také probíhat, ale nemělo by to být primární účel (místo toho se doporučuje použití Public test wiki).

A private wiki is a wiki that cannot be readable by all users. By default, only users in the local sysop and member user group can see and/or edit private wikis. (Certain in select global user groups (Stewards, Trust and Safety, and SRE) also have access to private wikis, to respond to local wikis' requests that they can't otherwise affect themselves, enforce global policies, or resolve technical issues with wikis, respectively.) The Main Page (as defined in your wiki's MediaWiki:Mainpage page; by default "Main Page") on these wikis, and a few other pages (for technical reasons), are whitelisted (so they can be read by everyone).

If a bureaucrat wants to make their public wiki private (or vice versa), they may do so at Special:ManageWiki (on their wiki) and check/uncheck the "private" box.

When requesting a wiki, you can tick the "Private wiki" to request it be private. If you later want to make it private (or public), follow the steps above.

Přidat uživatele do soukromých wiki

Přidat uživatele do vašich soukromých wiki lze udělat následujícím způsobem:

  1. Ujistěte se, že uživatel nejprve navštívil vaši wiki.
# Přejděte na Special:UserRights na své wiki.
# Zadejte uživatelské jméno uživatele.
# Přidejte je do member

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As the Main Page (by default /wiki/Main_Page but can be whatever as defined in your MediaWiki:Mainpage) is not private, you may find it an inconvenience to have such an important page world readable. A workaround of this is to create a new page (for example, Home), then place a redirect from the Main Page to Home; this can be done by writing #REDIRECT [[Home]] as the complete contents of the page.

By doing so, MediaWiki will redirect to another page and then prompt users to login before seeing the page.

Whitelisting pages

To allow some pages to be read without requiring login, you'll need to whitelist them. To do so, go to Manage this wiki's additional settings -> Permissions on your wiki and set the pages you want to be whitelisted in the Whitelist Read ($wgWhitelistRead) section. Once you do that, anyone can read the pages you've whitelisted without needing special rights or to login.

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