GlobalWiki


GlobalWiki aims to replace global files on Meta as it is only for documentation and discussion of Wikimedia projects. It will take the lead of being the central wiki instead, replacing Meta.

This is a proposal for a new Wikimedia sister project.
GlobalWiki
GlobalWiki Logo Wikimedia.png
Status of the proposal
Statusunder discussion
Details of the proposal
Project descriptionA Wikimedia project where all global account files are stored in, instead of Meta-Wiki.
Is it a multilingual wiki?Yes, because this wiki is just global user files for all wikis.
Potential number of languagesMany.
Proposed taglineGlobal files for Wikimedia global accounts
Proposed URLhttps://global.wikimedia.org (subdomain)
Technical requirements
New features to requireMediaWiki is working fine enough for this wiki.
Interested participants
Edit this page to add your Meta username!

Warning! When the WMF creates GlobalWiki, they must move all global user pages, scripts, and styles from Meta-Wiki to GlobalWiki.

It is not reccomended that we use a documentation wiki for global user data. We're already on Meta. We don't need to use Meta for global user data. To fix this, we may want GlobalWiki instead, since Meta as our global user data wiki is a joke. Let's switch to another wiki for the data, while using Meta-Wiki for the documentation.

Wikipedia would not be for this data either - it is an encyclopedia.

An easy solution is to create a newer central wiki, rather than continuing to use Meta to do this.

GlobalWiki will also speed up the actions with enough space for Meta-Wiki, so the actions are quick. Some features and all global action requests will still be at Meta.

One of the main private settings of Meta is that you and the WMF can't close it, even with hacking. Meta will remain open.


Proposed byEdit

TylerMagee (talk)


Alternative namesEdit

  1. Wikimedia Global User Data


People interestedEdit


DiscussionEdit

  •   Strong oppose Meta and Commons are good enough. By creating this, all we're doing is making a change for something that's perfectly fine and does absolutely nothing. --SHB2000 (talk | contribs) 06:00, 17 November 2021 (UTC)