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The following is a list of user groups defined on this wiki, with their associated access rights.

There may be additional information about individual rights.
GroupRights
(all)
  • Create discussion pages (createtalk)
  • Create pages (which are not discussion pages) (createpage)
  • Read pages (read)
  • Use of the write API (writeapi)
Users
(list of members)
  • Create discussion pages (createtalk)
  • Create pages (which are not discussion pages) (createpage)
  • Edit pages (edit)
  • Mark edits as minor (minoredit)
  • Move pages (move)
  • Move pages with their subpages (move-subpages)
  • Move root user pages (move-rootuserpages)
  • Override files on the shared media repository locally (reupload-shared)
  • Overwrite existing files (reupload)
  • Purge the site cache for a page without confirmation (purge)
  • Read pages (read)
  • Send e-mail to other users (sendemail)
  • Upload files (upload)
  • Use of the write API (writeapi)
Autoconfirmed users
  • Edit semi-protected pages (autoconfirmed)
Bots
(list of members)
  • Be treated as an automated process (bot)
  • Edit semi-protected pages (autoconfirmed)
  • Have one's own edits automatically marked as patrolled (autopatrol)
  • Not create redirects from source pages when moving pages (suppressredirect)
  • Not have minor edits to discussion pages trigger the new messages prompt (nominornewtalk)
  • Use higher limits in API queries (apihighlimits)
  • Use of the write API (writeapi)
Administrators
(list of members)
  • Block a user from sending e-mail (blockemail)
  • Block other users from editing (block)
  • Bypass IP blocks, auto-blocks and range blocks (ipblock-exempt)
  • Bypass automatic blocks of proxies (proxyunbannable)
  • Change protection levels and edit protected pages (protect)
  • Create new user accounts (createaccount)
  • Delete pages (delete)
  • Delete pages with large histories (bigdelete)
  • Edit other users' CSS files (editusercss)
  • Edit other users' JavaScript files (edituserjs)
  • Edit semi-protected pages (autoconfirmed)
  • Edit the user interface (editinterface)
  • Have one's own edits automatically marked as patrolled (autopatrol)
  • Import pages from a file upload (importupload)
  • Import pages from other wikis (import)
  • Mark others' edits as patrolled (patrol)
  • Mark rolled-back edits as bot edits (markbotedits)
  • Mass delete pages (nuke)
  • Move files (movefile)
  • Move pages (move)
  • Move pages with their subpages (move-subpages)
  • Move root user pages (move-rootuserpages)
  • Not be affected by rate limits (noratelimit)
  • Override files on the shared media repository locally (reupload-shared)
  • Overwrite existing files (reupload)
  • Quickly rollback the edits of the last user who edited a particular page (rollback)
  • Search deleted pages (browsearchive)
  • Show the extended software version information (versiondetail)
  • Submit a trackback (trackback)
  • Undelete a page (undelete)
  • Upload files (upload)
  • Upload files from a URL (upload_by_url)
  • Use higher limits in API queries (apihighlimits)
  • View a list of unwatched pages (unwatchedpages)
  • View deleted history entries, without their associated text (deletedhistory)
  • View deleted text and changes between deleted revisions (deletedtext)
  • replacetext (replacetext)
  • uploadlocal (uploadlocal)
Bureaucrats
(list of members)
  • Edit all user rights (userrights)
  • Not be affected by rate limits (noratelimit)
uploader
(list of members)
  • uploadlocal (uploadlocal)
staff
(list of members)
  • deletebatch (deletebatch)


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