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| sub=This article is currently a speculative draft based on user feedback and developer needs. As such, it should not be interpreted as a canonical source of future information until the details are more further refined. [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=edit}} improve the {{{space|article}}}] by updating it. There may be additional information on the [[:{{NAMESPACE}} talk:{{PAGENAME}}|talk page]].  
 
| sub=This article is currently a speculative draft based on user feedback and developer needs. As such, it should not be interpreted as a canonical source of future information until the details are more further refined. [{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}|action=edit}} improve the {{{space|article}}}] by updating it. There may be additional information on the [[:{{NAMESPACE}} talk:{{PAGENAME}}|talk page]].  
 
| This {{{part|article}}} '''is a work-in-progress.'''. ''.  
 
| This {{{part|article}}} '''is a work-in-progress.'''. ''.  

Latest revision as of 11:20, 16 August 2013

»» Speculative
This article is a work-in-progress.. .
This article is currently a speculative draft based on user feedback and developer needs. As such, it should not be interpreted as a canonical source of future information until the details are more further refined. improve the article by updating it. There may be additional information on the talk page.

For documentation, see: Help:Diaspora* MediaWiki Extension/Messageboxes

Categorization will work only in namespace 0.

Possible template arguments

  • date
    Insert a date, specifying when the message was inserted into the page. (Will be displayed in a smaller font after the main message.) Can be anything like "July 2012" or "2012-11-10" (as long as people know what it means). Default is to show no date.
  • space
    specifies the superordinate labeling of the page this template is included in. (The part where it says "...help improve the [article] by updating..." Default is "article", but could be "image" or "help page" or something.
  • part
    denominate the context which the template message is referring to. E.g. the whole article or just a section of one. (Will be used in "This [article] 's accuracy may be...".) Default: "article", could be "section" or anything else that makes sense in that sentence.