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Request Configuration Changes of Module (private wiki)
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I'm unable to create Module documentation.

According to:
https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Scribunto/Lua_reference_manual#Module_documentation

scribunto-doc-page-name: Sets the name of the page used for documentation. The name of the module (without the Module: prefix) is passed as $1. If in the module namespace, the pages specified here will be interpreted as wikitext rather than Lua source and may not be used with {{#invoke:}}. The default is "Module:$1/doc", i.e. the /doc subpage of the module. Note that parser functions and other brace expansion may not be used in this message.

Thank you.

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Reception123 lowered the priority of this task from High to Normal.Dec 19 2019, 16:08

Does not contain any specific private information about the wiki, making public.

It shows the link of an internal page (which shouldn't be made public). It should be kept private. Thank you.

John subscribed.

We don't maintain a private support system for private wikis - we release all bugs publicly. I do not see any content in this task which requires the task to be private or marked as security.

John changed the visibility from "Custom Policy" to "Public (No Login Required)".Dec 27 2019, 08:28
John changed the edit policy from "Custom Policy" to "All Users".
In T4983#95758, @John wrote:

We don't maintain a private support system for private wikis - we release all bugs publicly. I do not see any content in this task which requires the task to be private or marked as security.

It contains an internal link which should be kept private.
It is not really a bug, just a request of configuration change of this specific wiki. I was told by the staff to submit a ticket in this way.

Since you mentioned "We don't maintain a private support system", is this the right way to submit request via a ticket? If not, what should I do? By email?

Thank you.

Just edit MediaWiki:Scribunto-doc-page-name page on your wiki.

No, it does not work.
I believe you don't need to set it manually if you simply use the default. Anyway I set it manually. The content is "Module:$1/doc" but it still doesn't work.

Revival renamed this task from Request Configuration Changes of Module (private wiki) to [Solved] Request Configuration Changes of Module (private wiki).Jan 2 2020, 16:04
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PlavorSeol renamed this task from [Solved] Request Configuration Changes of Module (private wiki) to Request Configuration Changes of Module (private wiki).Jan 2 2020, 18:03
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