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This is a minor wish… but I wish that we could see the newest members via the site manager's members list appear at the top of the first page (versus the current system where we have to scroll/click to the last spot on the last page).

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1. The ability to insert some of the most commonly used module codes from the editor would be lovely.

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As elucidated in this bug, you can sort ListPages by integer if you are using dataforms. However, for other order parameters (such as title), it doesn't work. It would be great to be able to use ::integer for other order parameters (title, tags, etc.), for those pages where you don't want to rely on dataforms.

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We have some data in a relational database, with a SPARQL endpoint, related to our wikidot website.

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It is suggested in the documentation that dataforms might be a good way to turn the wiki site into a sort of CMS, standardizing content layout across a category. That is great and the wiki field type is a perfect way to create textareas to input wiki code. However, if I have people who are resistant to things like learning wiki code, the Editor Panel (you know, those buttons you probably never use above each forum textarea) are important for getting buy-in to the site among people who are codephobic.

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I need to be able to list recent edits by a specific user, regardless of whether they created the page or not. Currently, ListPages offers a created_by selector, but there is no option for updated_by.

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Maybe some day, people will bored by this sites design. then, i think we must make more design

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please tell the moderator / foounder about my Idea, Because there still healer (rare), mage(rare), and other, maybe we can make some new class that merge from them, the class name is Ultra (rare) class , but about the design is up to you, thank you :)

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Currently, in order to combat spam, you can ban certain IP addresses from editing a wiki. However, this does not stop malicious individuals from accessing a wiki and disrupting email newsletter registrations, advertising, commentary systems (i.e. Disqus), etc.

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To encourage more wiki contributions and activity, I would suggest adding the option of granting only temporary membership that only become permanent if the member edits/adds to a wiki. If there are no contributions to a wiki when a period of time (i.e. 30 days), the member loses his/her membership.

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