Difference between pages "User talk:Jubalh" and "User talk:Duncan.britton"

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Hi Jubalh, please consider using the [[Template:Ebuild|Ebuild Template]] when creating a new package page. Thank you. :) (See [[Adding_an_Ebuild_to_the_Wiki]]) -- [[User:Pytony|Pytony]] ([[User talk:Pytony|talk]])
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{{Thankyou|adding content to the wiki|[[User:Threesixes|Threesixes]] ([[User talk:Threesixes|talk]])}}
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::wait wait a second  http://www.funtoo.org/Special:RecentChanges <--- can u make bigger changes, like adding content, and try avoid spamming this plz.  i hate it when i screw up, and notice it immediately after a commit because of this. im just making sure you're aware that you're massively spamming logs. [[User:Threesixes|Threesixes]] ([[User talk:Threesixes|talk]]) 23:47, 22 September 2014 (UTC)
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I am sorry if I have caused you any inconvenience. However, I am adding all Templates on the wiki to a Category:Template. Because of this, I have to add [[Category:Template]] to each Template -- hence the spamming of the log. Is it okay with you if I finish up (I will then be done spamming, I promise.)?
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Best,
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Duncan
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Duncan, it is not really that helpful to add Templates to a Template category. They are all in their own namespace and it is easy to find them using this link: http://www.funtoo.org/index.php?title=Special%3AAllPages&from=&to=&namespace=10
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I did not know about this namespaces tool. Should I remove all of the templates from that category that I created?
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Yeah, probably. In MediaWiki, generally any "Foo:" (with colon) prefix means it's in a separate namespace. This means it's easy to find all pages in a namespace using the All Pages link. Also note that you did this wrong. If you look at all the pages in [[:Category:Templates]], you'll notice that all the packages are in there. If you want to add a template to a category, but not the page that it's used on, then you need to put the category tag inside a <noinclude> </noinclude> section. That section will only apply to the template itself.
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Moreover, this causes any page using a template to be in the template category as <code><nowiki>[[Category:Template]]</nowiki></code> is included in the source code of the page. <del>By the way, I wonder if this is a good behavior. Indeed, you can't link to a category without including the page in this category.</del> I just figured out one can use <code><nowiki>[[:Category:Template]]</nowiki></code> for that purpose -- [[User:Pytony|Pytony]] ([[User talk:Pytony|talk]])

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Example sunflower image
A little thank you...
for adding content to the wiki.
hugs, Threesixes (talk)


wait wait a second http://www.funtoo.org/Special:RecentChanges <--- can u make bigger changes, like adding content, and try avoid spamming this plz. i hate it when i screw up, and notice it immediately after a commit because of this. im just making sure you're aware that you're massively spamming logs. Threesixes (talk) 23:47, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

I am sorry if I have caused you any inconvenience. However, I am adding all Templates on the wiki to a Category:Template. Because of this, I have to add to each Template -- hence the spamming of the log. Is it okay with you if I finish up (I will then be done spamming, I promise.)?

Best, Duncan

Duncan, it is not really that helpful to add Templates to a Template category. They are all in their own namespace and it is easy to find them using this link: http://www.funtoo.org/index.php?title=Special%3AAllPages&from=&to=&namespace=10

I did not know about this namespaces tool. Should I remove all of the templates from that category that I created?

Yeah, probably. In MediaWiki, generally any "Foo:" (with colon) prefix means it's in a separate namespace. This means it's easy to find all pages in a namespace using the All Pages link. Also note that you did this wrong. If you look at all the pages in Category:Templates, you'll notice that all the packages are in there. If you want to add a template to a category, but not the page that it's used on, then you need to put the category tag inside a section. That section will only apply to the template itself.

Moreover, this causes any page using a template to be in the template category as [[Category:Template]] is included in the source code of the page. By the way, I wonder if this is a good behavior. Indeed, you can't link to a category without including the page in this category. I just figured out one can use [[:Category:Template]] for that purpose -- Pytony (talk)