Jump to content

Registruotas naudotojas

From Meta, a Wikimedia project coordination wiki
This page is a translated version of the page Registered user and the translation is 25% complete.

A registered user is a user who has signed up for an account and has logged in to a Wikimedia project. In addition to what an unregistered user can do, a registered user can:

  • Kurti puslapius (kurie nėra aptarimų puslapiai)
  • Redaguoti savo nuostatas
  • Redaguokite savo stebimųjų sąrašą. (atminkite, kad atliekant kai kuriuos veiksmus puslapiai vis vien bus pridėti net ir be šios teisės)
  • Įkelti failus
  • Žymėti keitimus kaip smulkius
  • Pervadinti puslapius

Pilną teisių sąrašą rasite čia: Naudotojų grupių teisės.

Visų registruotų narių atliktų redagavimų istorijoje vietoj IP adreso rodomas nario vardas.

Registered users (excepting administrators or Wikimedia Staff) cannot edit or move protected pages. Newly registered users cannot edit semi-protected pages or move any page. Several other minor restrictions, depending on the wiki, may apply to newly-registered users (per phabricator:T14556, media uploads are an autoconfirmed right on most wikis, Commons being a notable exception).

Registered users on Wikimedia Commons include trusted users. As Commons has many Flickr images and requires reviewers to ensure that claimed copyrighted licenses are valid, a registered user familiar with Commons licensing may apply to become a trusted user, which is a user sub-class on Commons. Current Commons administrators need not apply to become trusted users as they already have a higher user class than registered users.

Autoconfirmed status

On MediaWiki, there is a pseudo-group called "autoconfirmed" to prevent new accounts from flooding a wiki with low quality or vandalism edits. After an account is a number of days old, or has performed a certain number of edits, the account is given the "autoconfirmed" flag. The thresholds are different for different wikis, though the default configuration is four days delay, with no minimum edit count requirement.

Examples of custom configurations:

As of December 2022, the longest waiting periods are 7 days (in de.wikibooks, it.wiki, no.wiki, wuu.wiki, and most zh.* wikis); and the highest edit count requirement is 50 edits (in ar.wiki, es.wiki, it.wiki, zh.wiki and wikidata), whereas the most common custom setting is 10 edits. For an up-to-date of the current settings, review the $wgAutoConfirmAge and $wgAutoConfirmCount arrays in WMF's InitializeSettings.php.

Some requests to increase such limits have been rejected in the past — see Limits to configuration changes.