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Sturmjäger (talkcontribs)

I'm going to take over a wiki which is running with MediaWiki 1.25 and currently is relatively dormant, so there was no preparation for the GPDR, I'll update it to the latest version when I move it to my own server.

How can I make a MediaWiki-powered wiki compliant for the GPDR?

Since the wiki has been closed for IP edits since its creation, it should be much easier I think. However, the following things still have to be implemented in our wiki:

  • A way to export an user's saved data as an XML or JSON file
  • Terms of use which need to be accepted when creating an account (or possibly a bridge to WoltLab Suite, which is the software a forum cooperating with the wiki runs with, so that forum accounts can be used in the wiki)
  • Probably an overview for SQL commands to delete accounts

Do these things already exist, or if not, are these already in development (as extensions?) or do I have to use some workarounds/close the wiki for a while?

2A02:C7F:963F:BA00:386A:FB4:26AA:B992 (talkcontribs)

The wiki you try to take over is running a outdated version of MediaWiki. Please, after taking over the wiki, upgrade your MediaWiki version on a wiki that has been taken over.

CayceP (talkcontribs)
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