Ofschalte vun de vereelste Benotzerinterfacen (Skins)

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Fir eis limitéiert Ressource besser ze notze sinn zanter dem 24. Abrëll "all Benotzerinterfacen (skins) ausser Vector, MonoBook, Modern a(n) Cologne Blue definitiv aus MediaWiki erausgeholl an domat och aus alle Wikimedia Wikien. Wann Äre Benotzerkont agestallt ass fir e vun de vereelsten Interfacen [1] ze benotzen, da gitt Dir automatesch op de Standardinterface vun Ärer Wiki Vector ëmgeschalt.

Den Interface Nostalgie ass ee vun den Interfacen, déi ewechgeholl ginn

Wéivill Leit sinn dovu betraff?

Ëm déi 0,53% vun den aktive Wikimedia Benotzer an ëm déi 0,39% vun den aktive Benotzer mat méi wéi 1000 Ännerungen. Et wäert och 0,31% vun de Wikimedia Benotzer, déi net méi aktiv sinn (keng Ännerungen oder kee Login an de leschte sechs Méint). Eng komplett statistesch Opstellung ass disponibel.

Wat muss ech maachen?

Wann Dir MonoBook Modern Cologne Blue oder Vector benotzt hutt (z. Bsp. wann Dir Är Astellungen ni geännert hutt), betrefft dëst Iech net. Wann Die elo ee vereelsten Interface benotzt an Dir domat zefridde sidd fir de Standard-Interface op all Wiki (Vector) ze benotzen, da braucht Dir näischt ze maachen.

Soss kënnt Dir ënnert Spezial:Astellungen – ze erreechen iwwer Är perséinlech Tools ganz uewen op iergendenger Säit – op den zweeten Onglet Ausgesinn klicken, ee vun Skins eraussichen (Vector, Monobook, Modern oder Köln Blo) an dann ënnen op der Säit späicheren drécken. Wenn Dir net sécher sidd, wat fir ee Skin Dir den Ament benotzt, kënnt Dir deeselwechte Rot benotze fir et erauszefannen.

Firwat maacht Dir dat?

The main reason is that the new features we are building – inter-wiki notifications, better ways to patrol new pages, easier-to-use talkpages, and others – mean we have to try to integrate them into all of our skins. We can't replace old software with new software that does not work for a chunk of the community: it's simply not acceptable.

The problem is that because we have so many old skins, building in support for them is expensive in terms of developer time (and so in terms of donor funds). The more time we have to spend making something work with nine or ten different skins, the less we have to build new features or maintain our existing software. It also limits the things we can actually build, since some highly useful features might simply not work with skins from 2001 or 2002. The end result is we have to choose between producing limited software very slowly, breaking the site for a chunk of our community, or switching skins off; we've chosen the third.

Firwat bleiwen déi véier Interfacen?

The skins we will currently keep available – Vector, Monobook, Modern and Cologne Blue – were selected because they currently work with the features we provide and/or have active maintainers. Vector is the official skin that we provide and keep up-to-date for all new developments and to fix bugs. The other three (Monobook, Modern and Cologne Blue) are supported primarily by volunteer developers who donate their time to keeping these skins available. We at the Wikimedia Foundation will try to ensure "graceful degradation" for these older three skins, so that newer functionality will work to some extent. Over time, however, if they break we may need to disable those too.

Sinn déi al Interfacen net besser fir Leit mat luesen Internetverbindungen oder luese Computeren?

Mostly no. It used to be the case that the ancient skins involved less code and so were better for people with slow computers or poor connections to the Internet. However, since 2011 a technical change means this is no longer true, and the difference is negligible (at most a few kilobytes, or under 5% of a typical page payload).

On the other hand, Vector and Monobook use several background images (unlike, for example, the Classic/Standard skin), which might slightly increase CPU load. Modern and Cologne Blue are free of this issue.

Individualiséiert js/css Scripten, déi esou geschriwwe sinn datt si déi al Interfacen imitéieren, setzen Downloadzäit och erop.

Ech si wierklech zefridde mat e puer Elementer vun engem vun den alen Interfacen - wat kann ech maachen?

All MediaWiki skins allow a user to modify them with user-specific customisations using JavaScript and CSS. You can easily modify one of the stock skins (such as Vector or Monobook) to re-create elements of another skin (such as Classic or Nostalgia). This allows you to retain features you particularly like from soon-to-be killed skins.

If you need help, please post clear, actionable, and discrete requests to Tech describing which specific feature from an older skin you would like to see in a newer skin. For example, "I was using the Classic skin and I'd like to use Monobook now. How do I adjust the font to be serif instead of sans-serif?"

Notizen

  1. Chick, Standard, MySkin, Nostalgia a Simple.