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    AutoCategoriseUploads

    AutoCategoriseUploads Extension for MediaWiki
    The AutoCategoriseUploads extension allows you to add categories to file uploads based on keyword metadata found in the file. The following metadata types are supported:
    XMP (many file types, including JPG, PNG, PDF, etc.) ITCP (JPG) ID3 (MP3) And more! Requirements
    MediaWiki 1.31 or later The SimpleXML PHP extension (optional, used to decode XMP metadata if it exists) The zlib PHP extension (optional, used to decode compressed metadata if it exists) Installation
    Download the file (a free account is required) and extract the file to your extensions directory. We recommend that you "follow" the download so that you are notified of new updates via email when they are released.
    To install the extension, add the following to your LocalSettings.php file:
    wfLoadExtension( 'AutoCategoriseUploads' ); Configuration
    There is no further configuration needed to use this extension.
    Usage
    A new magic word {{FILECATEGORIES}} is added by this extension. Adding this magic word to a file description page will automatically pull categories out of the file metadata and place the description page into those categories. This magic word will be automatically inserted into the page text of newly-uploaded files, but it will need to be manually added to existing files.
    Support
    Free community support is available on the mwusers.org forums. Paid support plans are available as well.

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    MediaWikiAuth

    This extension uses the MediaWiki API and AuthManager framework to direct login requests with no local account to a remote wiki. The account and its preferences are imported, so the remote login only has be done once.
    This extension is useful for moving a community from another wiki when you do not have access to the user account database. From a user perspective, it's like they already had an account on the local wiki.
    For more details, see the documentation page on mediawiki.org.
    We recommend that you "Follow" this file after downloading by clicking the Follow button above the Download button. This will allow you to be notified when new versions are published.

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    GTag

    GTag Extension for MediaWiki
    The GTag extension lets you insert the new Google Analytics tracking tag on your MediaWiki site (gtag.js).
    Requirements
    MediaWiki 1.34 or later Installation
    Download the file (a free account is required) and extract the file to your extensions directory. We recommend that you "follow" the download so that you are notified of new updates via email when they are released.
    To install the extension, add the following to your LocalSettings.php file:
    wfLoadExtension( 'GTag' ); $wgGTagAnalyticsId = 'UA-XXXXXXXX-X'; // replace with your GA id Configuration
    In addition to the required $wgGTagAnalyticsId, this extension features many optional configuration variables that you may add to your LocalSettings.php file.
    Variable Default Description $wgGTagAnalyticsId none Google Analytics Id, for example 'UA-123456789-1'. Required. $wgGTagHonorDNT true If true, honor "Do Not Track" requests from browsers. If false, ignore such requests. $wgGTagTrackSensitivePages true If true, insert tracking code into sensitive pages such as Special:UserLogin and Special:Preferences. If false, no tracking code is added to these pages. In addition to these configuration variables, you may assign the right gtag-exempt to user groups to prevent them from being tracked. This can be useful to give to staff groups so that your internal users and staff are not tracked, giving you a better idea of who is actually using your site. For example:
    $wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['gtag-exempt'] = true; Support
    Free community support is available on the mwusers.org forums. Paid support plans are available as well.
     

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    DeleteUserPages

    This extension lets users delete their own user pages and user talk pages. Two permissions are added (by default not granted to anyone) which control whether or not one can delete their own user page or their own subpages. This extension does not allow users to delete pages that are not their user page or subpages of their user page. The user does not need to be the author of the page to delete it, and can only delete if they would otherwise be allowed to edit that page.
    For installation instructions, please see the documentation page on MediaWiki.org.
    For support, please post a new topic on the forums. Free support is provided on a best-effort basis. Commercial support for this extension is available by purchasing a MediaWiki Support Subscription.

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