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== Technical notes ==
 
== Technical notes ==
  
A blog post documenting the setup of this install using the Wikibase docker images can be found @ https://addshore.com/2018/04/wikibase-of-wikibases/
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Blog posts covering this wikibase install:
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* Setup of this install using the Wikibase docker images - https://addshore.com/2018/04/wikibase-of-wikibases/
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* Customization & shoehorning in extensions - https://addshore.com/2018/06/customizing-wikibase-config-in-the-docker-compose-example/
  
The server admin log can be found @ https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Nova_Resource:Wikibase-registry/SAL
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Wikitech links:
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* project docs - https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Nova_Resource:Wikibase-registry
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* Server Admin Log - https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Nova_Resource:Wikibase-registry/SAL
  
 
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Revision as of 09:18, 9 June 2018

Wikibase instances indexed in the registry as of April 2018

This wiki hosts a registry of Wikibase instances.

Set up in Antwerp during a workshop on an ecosystem of Wikibase instances federated around Wikidata.

If you have a Wikibase install to add please go ahead.

The workboard for this project can be found on phabricator https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/tag/wikibase-registry/

Nice queries

Technical notes

Blog posts covering this wikibase install:

Wikitech links:

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  • Anon users can not write / make edits
  • There is a captcha on user account creation and on page creation (and a few other things), but not regular boring edits.
  • You must be autoconfirmed in order to edit the main namespace, user space or user talk space.
  • There is a 'Trusted' user group (you may need to be added to this), users in the group should be able to add other users to the group.
    • Trusted users will not see captchas

Known issues

We are using this registry (which is itself a Wikibase instance) as a test case to document customizations, bug fixes and other steps needed. What we learn on the way will then hopefully (and you can help with that) find its way into documentation and workflows for setting up, configuring and maintaining other Wikibase instances.