Hey Peter,

I just went to special import and it seemed to be going to allow me to do
it. It said:

Please export the file from the source wiki using the export
Save it to your computer and upload it here.
Upload XML data Filename:   Comment:

This might be helpful (or not): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Import. It
says: "Normally any user can export wiki pages to a file, but to import
pages into a wiki from a file, you must have 'Sysop' privileges on that


2009/1/20 private musings <thepmacco...@gmail.com>

> Hi all,
> being a 'starter of many things' (and the jury's out on whether or not I
> finish any of them!) - I've created this page;
> http://wikimedia.org.au/wiki/Schools%27_Wikipedia_Australia
> I'm aware of quite a few discussions in this area, and believe it's a great
> direction for the chapter to pursue... it's certainly something that I'm up
> for working on as a fun and interesting project.
> I was chatting with Werdna about how technically we might copy articles
> from en into a smaller 'collection for schools' - and he talked me through
> the 'Special:Export' and 'Special:Import' functions - which basically just
> copy across an article and the last 1,000 revisions between wikis... here's
> my technical question though - when I visit 'Special:Import' on the au wiki
> it gives me a 'permission error ("The action you have requested is limited
> to registered users. Please read 
> Accounts<http://wikimedia.org.au/wiki/Accounts>to find out how to register an 
> account.")
> I wonder if anyone technically minded has any ideas on how this could be
> fixed? - I'd like to test the funcitonality of this stuff, and maybe make a
> few 'proof of concept' type collections :-)
> cheers,
> Peter
> PM.
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