Last modified on 5 July 2014, at 20:34

Help:Assigning permissions/it

This page is a translated version of the page Help:Assigning permissions and the translation is 92% complete.

Other languages:
català 92% • ‎English 100% • ‎español 0% • ‎Bahasa Indonesia 92% • ‎italiano 92% • ‎日本語 77% • ‎polski 15% • ‎پښتو 8% • ‎português 0% • ‎português do Brasil 100% • ‎русский 54% • ‎中文 100%
PD Nota: Se modifichi questa pagina, certifichi che stai rilasciando il tuo contributo sotto licenza CC0. Vedi Public Domain Help Pages per maggiori informazioni.
PD

"Assigning permissions" means granting users extra rights within the wiki software (or revoking these rights). This is done by going to the Special:UserRights page, and adding users into a "group" which has specific rights. The first thing to note however, is that this action requires special permissions itself!

BureaucratsEdit

By default, you will need to be a 'Bureaucrat' (in the 'Bureaucrat' group) before you can access the Special:UserRights page. The first user created when setting up a MediaWiki installation is a bureaucrat. Other users can always contact one of the bureaucrats to request a change of permissions. Find out who these people are at Special:ListUsers/bureaucrat. In a small wiki there might typically be only one such user or maybe two.

Promoting users to sysops and bureaucratsEdit

The Special:UserRights page allows you (if you have access) to set which groups a user is in. A common task would be to put a user into the 'sysop' group. This will grant the user various extra rights, such as deleting pages, and blocking users. See Help:Sysops and permissions for more details.

Obviously giving a user such rights implies that you trust the user, both in terms of being non-malicious, and also as somebody with sufficient competence in using the wiki software, and in dealing with the wiki community. People hoping to become sysops should read Help:Sysops and permissions. However it should be noted that actions of a sysop user are (almost) entirely reversible, by other sysop users, and so it can be a good idea to dish out these extra permissions to a number of users in order to

  • spread the workload of day-to-day sysop operations such as blocking vandals and deleting pages.
  • make things more democratic, and decrease any perception of a single dictator running the community
  • allow competent users the power they need to make progress with wiki refactoring.
  • reward valued contributors/community members

ProcessesEdit

Knhbnumcctyeyzctztwh

Yt

Hrtfdrklaty

Jet bizhirtjnh

Ktzynht