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yesterday by kme
#12130 (Add Python 3 compatibility using six) – The Trac Project
I doubt the branch discussed in comment:6 is suitable for use in production by even a very proficient Python developer. What's your motivation for running with Python 3?
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june 2019 by kme
offer to help with Python 3 support - Google Groups
Looking at Jun's work, it seems he is more or less reimplementing a subset of the functionality that six provides in `trac.util.compat`. I think adding six as a dependency or vendoring it (Django's solution) would save some work. Either approach is fine with me, just let me know what you think.
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june 2019 by kme
riseuplabs / crabgrass · GitLab | https://0xacab.org/
Crabgrass is a web application designed for activist groups to be better able to collaborate online. Mostly, it is a glorified wiki with fine-grain control over access rights.
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february 2019 by kme
Help:Using the Wayback Machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Using the wayback template

{{wayback}} can create these links for you; use the |url=, |title= and |date= parameters to specify the URL, title and date. For example:

{{wayback |url=http://www.wikipedia.org/ |title=Wikipedia |date=20010727112808 }}
→ Wikipedia at the Wayback Machine (archived July 27, 2001)

Without the date included:

{{wayback |url=http://www.wikipedia.org/ |title=Wikipedia }}
→ Wikipedia at the Wayback Machine

Note that the date parameter defaults to *
Working with cite templates

{{citation}}, and all of the Citation Style 1 templates support the |archiveurl= parameter (Note that the |archivedate= parameter is also required). Other citation templates may also support |archiveurl= — see their documentation.

{{citation |url=http://www.wikipedia.org/ |title=Wikipedia Main Page |archiveurl=http://web.archive.org/web/20020930123525/http://www.wikipedia.org/ |archivedate=2002-09-30 |accessdate=2005-07-06 }}
→ "Wikipedia Main Page". Archived from the original on 2002-09-30. Retrieved 2005-07-06.
Where an archived resource notes its original publication date, use |date= in place of |accessdate=.
When adding an archive URL to any citation where the original resource URL is still working, it is useful to add the |deadurl=no parameter. Should the original URL stop working, it is a simple job to either change this to |deadurl=yes or remove the parameter. With |deadurl=no, clicking the title in the footnote invokes the original (live) URL, clicking "Archived" gives the archived copy. Otherwise the title invokes the archived page, "Original" invokes the (dead unless it has been reinstated) original link.
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july 2015 by kme
Template talk:Documentation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lua error in mw.html.lua at line 345: Tag name must be a string.

Solution: use v1.24 of the Scribunto extension (even though we were running 1.23).
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january 2015 by kme
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