Pertulungan:Masup gabregan

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Halaman pertulungan Masup gabregan

Lu punya rèkening kabèhan (digero juga' Masup Gabregan Wikimédia atawa masup atu pemaké) ièlah lu punya atu nama pemaké nyang disimpen di semua Wikimédia punya proyèk (kecuali di berapa wiki husus, tuladnya: Wikitèhnolohi). Ni ngasiin lu atu idèntitèt nyang ajeg lintes Wikimédia, nyalain keboléan kaya' halaman pemaké kabèhan, ngurangin celah pora-pora jadi orang, èn ngebantu lu tetep masup dengen sendèwèknya lintes banyak proyèk wiki. Lu juga' bisa masup manual deri mana-mana wiki Wikimédia nyang umum paké lu punya rèkening kabèhan.

Pasal rèkening kabèhan

Apaan tuh?

Yayasan Wikimédia ngejalanin banyak wiki nyang kena dipermak dalem banyak basa. Adatnya, pemaké kudu ngeja rèkening pemaké nyang bèda bakal saban wiki. Ni ngeja mingkin susahan bakal nimbrung di lintes banyak wiki, wabilkusus lantaran Wikimedia Commons ngeja pengamprogan multimédia jadi lebi penting èn Wikidata jadi wiki sintrem bakal sènggètan anterwiki.

Lu punya rèkening kabèhan ngebèrèsin ni masalah dengen nyèrepin lu punya nama di semua wiki (jadi kaga' ada nyang bisa pora-pora jadi lu), èn dengen sendèwèknya ngeja lu punya rèkening setempat kapan lu nyabain wiki nyang belon pernah lu saba sebelonnya.

Cara ngegabregin lu punya rèkening

Rèkening pemaké sekarang bawaannya kabèhan, jadi lu kaga' perlu ngapa-ngapain lagi. Rèkening nyang lamaan kudu manual digabreg tibang nyabain Istimèwa:GabreginRèkening.

Lu bisa maké Istimèwa:PengijinanKekutet bakal ndeleng tètèk bengèk pasal lu punya rèkening kabèhan. Aderès surlès ama kata sandi nyang lu amplas di Special:Preferences bakal dipaké di semua wiki. Artinya, lu bakal bisa masup ke proyèk umum Wikimédia mana aja tibang masup sekali paké nama pemaké ama kata sandinya.

Apa nyang laèn?

Registering a username on any public Wikimedia wiki automatically reserves that name on all the others; this means different users can no longer register with the same account name on different wikis. Users only need to set and confirm their email address in one account. Changing the password in any wiki changes it in all wikis accordingly. Special:UserLogin now logs the user in to every unified wiki simultaneously, noting that navigating away from the login page before it is fully loaded may result in incomplete login (i.e. this uses JavaScript and users may not log in to all wikis successfully).

Additional wikis will be added to the user's login the first time they are visited, and a local account will be created on that wiki. For example, a regular user at Commons and German Wikipedia will not automatically login to English Wikibooks, but if that user visits English Wikibooks once while logged in, they will then log in to English Wikibooks each time (to see which wikis you have logged into, see Special:CentralAuth).

What it doesn't change

  • Some things are still local:
    • User rights are mostly local, which means that administrators will not have administrator access everywhere. Global groups such as global rollback, global sysop, global interface editors and global IP block exemption can be requested at Steward requests/Global permissions.
    • User preferences are local, although the email address only needs to be set and confirmed in one place. You can continue to have different preferences on different sites. It is possible however to set global preferences if you so wish.[1]
    • Blocks are local, meaning that users blocked on one wiki will not be blocked on other wikis, unless otherwise blocked by an administrator on that wiki. However, if an account is globally locked it will lock that account on all public wikis.
  • Users can still have differently named accounts on two sites; however, these accounts will not be linked together into one global account.
  • The global account system is only available for open Wikimedia projects; sites which run on the MediaWiki software but are not operated by the Foundation will continue to have separate account systems, even if they installed CentralAuth extension, which is responsible for the unified login system.

Conflict resolution

See also: Single User Login finalisation announcement

The system will automatically merge identically named accounts if they have the same authenticated email address, or the user can correctly provide their password.

Because registration has for a long time been separate for each wiki, there are many usernames that belong to different people on different projects. The new system only allows one user per name, so there are some cases where accounts will need to be renamed. This must be done manually by a steward (see Steward requests/Username changes).

Users may search for collisions before merging by using Special:CentralAuth.

Frequently asked questions

Can my global username be renamed?

Yes. You can request renames by using this form or by placing a request at Steward requests/Username changes, where a steward or a global renamer will look into your request. See the global rename policy for details.

I have two or more accounts with different names. Can they be merged into one account?

No. Note that usernames on most individual projects can preemptively be renamed.

Someone is using my name on another wiki. How can I get that account?

The existence of the other account does not necessarily stop you from getting the global account. However, you might not be the one with the superior claim to the username if, for example, the other user has more edits or is a member of certain groups such as sysops or bureaucrats. You may have to ask them to rename, or you may have to rename your account.

You can place a request at Steward requests/Username changes to "usurp" another username which is already in use.

Will I have autoconfirmed status on other wikis?

No. You will have to wait the appropriate amount of time after first logging into each particular wiki, before getting autoconfirmed status.

Can I merge accounts from restricted-account-creation wikis?

No, this is not currently possible. This is to prevent a user from creating an account on an open wiki and then merging it into a restricted wiki, which would allow the user access to the restricted one.

Why does my login fail on another wikimedia wiki after I have logged in?

This is not a failure of the unified login system, it is typically a related issue of a browser preventing the login through restricting cookies being set for your login.

Noting that each sister set of wikis has a different base domain name, eg.,,, etc. and the cookies are set accordingly. If your login constantly fails, you should consider lodging a phabricator: bug report.

See also … How to report a bug.

See also

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