Extension:SecurePoll/pl

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Podręcznik rozszerzeń MediaWiki
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SecurePoll
Status wydania: stabilne
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Realizacja Strona specjalna
Opis Allows for elections, polls and surveys
Autor(zy) Tim Starlingdyskusja
Ostatnia wersja 2.0.0 (continuous updates)
Polityka zgodności Master maintains backwards compatibility.
MediaWiki 1.25+
Zmiany w bazie danych Tak
Tabele securepoll_entity
securepoll_msgs
securepoll_properties
securepoll_elections
securepoll_questions
securepoll_options
securepoll_voters
securepoll_votes
securepoll_strike
securepoll_lists
securepoll_cookie_match
Licencja GNU General Public License 2.0 or later
Pobieranie
  • $wgSecurePollTempDir
  • $wgSecurePollUseLogging
  • $wgSecurePollKeepPrivateInfoDays
  • $wgSecurePollScript
  • $wgSecurePollGPGCommand
  • $wgSecurePollCreateWikiGroups
  • $wgSecurePollGpgSignKey
  • $wgSecurePollUseNamespace
  • $wgSecurePollCreateRemoteScriptPath
  • $wgSecurePollCreateWikiGroupDir
  • $wgSecurePollShowErrorDetail
  • securepoll-create-poll
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Problemy Otwarte zadania · Zgłoś błąd

The SecurePoll extension is a special page extension for elections, polls and surveys. It is used for Wikimedia Foundation Board elections and arbitration committee elections, and was used for the Wikimedia license transition vote among other things.

Zrzuty ekranu

Instalacja

  • Download and place the file(s) in a directory called SecurePoll in your extensions/ folder.
  • Dodaj poniższy kod na dole swojego pliku LocalSettings.php:
    wfLoadExtension( 'SecurePoll' );
    
  • Uruchom skrypt aktualizujący, który automatycznie stworzy potrzebne tabele dla tego rozszerzenia.
  •   Zrobione – Przejdź do Special:Version na swojej wiki, aby sprawdzić czy rozszerzenie zostało pomyślnie zainstalowane.

You will also need to assign the new "securepoll-create-poll" user right to some user group. To assign this right to administrators, add the following to your LocalSettings.php:

$wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['securepoll-create-poll'] = true;

This allows all admins to create a poll, but it does not allow all admins to administer a particular poll (including editing a poll, viewing user data, etc.). Individual admins for a particular poll are defined when creating or editing a poll. Only members of the "electionadmin" group may administer a poll. To create this group, add the following to your LocalSettings.php:

$wgGroupPermissions['electionadmin'] = [];

Then assign a particular user to the electionadmin group via Special:UserRights. Note that election admins can see voter data, so only trusted users should be assigned to this group. If they are removed from the group, they will no longer be able to administer any elections.

Użycie

Create a new poll

There are two ways to create a new poll: manually create an XML file and import it, or use the poll creation interface at Special:SecurePoll.

Manually

To create a poll manually, it is required to:

  1. write an XML file
  2. import it using the import.php command-line interface command

In the test folder you can find four example files:

  • 3way-test.xml
  • approval-test.xml
  • radio-range.xml
  • schulze-test.xml

To import a poll, run the following from the cli folder:

extensions/SecurePoll/cli$ php import.php ../test/3way-test.xml

Via the web interface

A user with the securepoll-create-poll right can create a new poll via the link at the bottom of Special:SecurePoll.

To create a new poll, fill in the mandatory fields in the create form. Special care may be needed with the following fields:

  • When adding poll admins, only members of the electionadmin group are allowed. If $wgSecurePollUseLogging is set to true, it will be logged whenever an admin is added to or removed from a poll. The logs can be viewed at Special:SecurePollLog.
  • To create an encrypted poll, select the radio for the encryption method. If you choose GnuPG, generate a (public) encryption key and a (private) decryption key. Enter the encryption key into the create form, and keep the private key safe somewhere offline (you will need it for tallying, once the election has finished). A detailed example can be found here.

Now visit Special:SecurePoll and you will see your poll.

Edit an existing poll

To edit a poll, you must be an admin of the particular poll. From Special:SecurePoll, click on the Edit link for the poll you want to edit.

Before an election has begun, anything about the election can be edited. After an election has begun, some fields can no longer be edited.

Edit who can vote in a poll

To edit who can vote in a poll, you must be an admin of the particular poll. From Special:SecurePoll, click on the Voter Eligibility link for the poll.

Translate a poll

To translate a poll, you must be an admin of the particular poll. From Special:SecurePoll, click on the Translate link for the poll you want to translate.

See a list of voters

Anyone can see a list of voters, unless transparency features were disabled when the poll was created.

Admins of a particular poll can see a list of voters, along with private information that may help to identify duplicate voters (e.g. IP addresses, user agent information, shared cookies). If $wgSecurePollUseLogging is set to true, it will be logged whenever an admin views private data. The logs can be viewed at Special:SecurePollLog.

Admins may strike any votes that they believe to be duplicates.

Tally a poll

To tally a poll, you must be an admin of the particular poll. From Special:SecurePoll, click on the Tally link for the poll you want to tally.

If the poll has been tallied before, the results will be shown on the page. If not, or if you want to re-tally, there is a form for starting a new tally.

  • If the poll is unencrypted, click on the tally button.
  • If the poll is encrypted, you may need to enter more information. For example, if you used GnuPG, enter the (private) decryption key and click on the tally button. If an encrypted poll has many votes, it may take a long time to tally. You may need to check back later for the results.