廢除過時的外觀。

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為了善用我們的資源,於2013年4月15日至24日期反,除了「Vector、MonoBook、Modern及Cologne Blue」以外的外觀參數及設置都將會永久從MediaWiki及所有的維基媒體項目中移除。如果你的用戶參數使用了過時的外觀[1],屆時將會自動設置為默認外觀(通常為Vector)。

Nostalgia風格將會被移除

有多少個人會因此受到影響?

大約0.53%的活躍用戶,以及大約0.39%編輯次數超過1000次的活躍用戶。其亦將影響大約0.31%的非活躍用戶(即在6個月內都未進行編輯或登錄的用戶)。完整的統計數表見此處

我需要做些甚麼?

如果你目前正使用Monobook、Modern、Cologne Blue或Vector風格(例如你從未更改過風格參數),這改變不會對你構成任何的影響,你不需要為此做任何多餘的操作。如果你目前正使用過期的風格,你也會被強制自動更換成默認風格,你亦都不需要進行任何操作。

Otherwise, you can go to Special:Preferences in your Personal tools at the top of any page, click on the second tab ("Appearance"), and select one of "Vector", "Monobook", "Modern" or "Cologne Blue", then press "Save" at the bottom of the page. If you're not sure which skin you use, you can follow the same advice to find out.

Why are you doing this?

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.

Why are you keeping these four skins?

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.

Aren't the old skins better for people on slow connections/computers?

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.

Customized JS/CSS scripts, written to mimic the old skins, will also cause additional download time.

I really like some things about one of the old skins – what can I do?

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?"

Notes

  1. ⧼Skinname-chick⧽、⧼Skinname-standard⧽、⧼Skinname-myskin⧽、Nostalgia與⧼Skinname-simple⧽。