I have some time on my hands so I hope no one will mind if pick up this article and move it on a bit. Global Config. is something that is central to so many areas of web site performance (security, speed, SEO, etc.) so I hope it proves useful to others as well as giving myself the opportunity to learn more about its mysteries.
--James B. 10:57, 22 August 2011 (CDT)
Major part of the update of this article added today. Please give me any comments or additional relevant content that could be added.
--James B. 06:16, 26 August 2011 (CDT)
Another major part of the update of this article added over the past 24 hours. Please give me any comments or additional relevant content that could be added.
--James B. 04:48, 31 August 2011 (CDT)
Last major part of the update of this article added. Please give me any comments or additional relevant content that could be added. Just some minor bits and pieces now to be done.
--James B. 08:57, 31 August 2011 (CDT)
I haven't read it in detail, but it looks good. I think some of the content could usefully be added to the help screens (eg. Help25:Site Global Configuration for ). Reference 1 is to a forum post that refers to a feature request. Any relevant information from the forum post should be included in the page and the link removed. Reference 3 is to an external site that should be removed as linking to external sites (except a small number of approved sites) is not permitted (see JDOC:Wiki policy)
Chris Davenport 17:12, 31 August 2011 (CDT)
Chris, Thanks for the feedback on this. I have removed those two citations because - as you point out - they contravene the Wiki policy. In fact, I don't remember seeing that Wiki policy page before. Like a lot of the information for prospective documenters, it takes some perseverance to uncover.
-- James B. 12:00, 6 September 2011 (CDT)