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Referata's l10n cache table crashed. I didn't mess with Referata's database though, despite hacking Referata and defacing index.php file.

Editthis is just as sh!tty as Referata. If you're looking for an alternative to Wikia, try Shoutwiki or Miraheze. These two update Mediawiki regularly. KamafaDelgato021469 18:02, 2 June 2019 (UTC)
Editthis is faster because it is hosted on DreamHost. A2Hosting sucks, that's why MediaWiki is not recommended for use on it, otherwise, you'll be as sluggish as Referata. Even if Editthis is more behind, maybe Rob Kohr is planning for a surprise. A2Hosting sucks, DreamHost is better and faster, even if it's not the latest (BUT YOU STILL BETTER INSTALL LATEST MEDIAWIKI) 22:24, 2 June 2019 (UTC)

My forum siggy:

MediaWiki 1.32 internal error

MediaWiki 1.32 requires at least PHP version 7.0.0 or HHVM version 3.18.5, you are using PHP 5.2.4-2ubuntu5.27.

Supported PHP versions

Please consider upgrading your copy of PHP. PHP versions less than 5.6.0 are no longer supported by the PHP Group and will not receive security or bugfix updates.

If for some reason you are unable to upgrade your PHP version, you will need to download an older version of MediaWiki from our website. See our compatibility page for details of which versions are compatible with prior versions of PHP.

And ShoutWiki is still on MediaWiki 1.32.0, I will rip any wiki that is on anything below 1.32.1 (a. k. a. the latest MediaWiki version).

My forum siggy:

MediaWiki 1.32 internal error

MediaWiki 1.32 requires at least PHP version 7.0.0 or HHVM version 3.18.5, you are using PHP 5.2.4-2ubuntu5.27.

Supported PHP versions

Please consider upgrading your copy of PHP. PHP versions less than 5.6.0 are no longer supported by the PHP Group and will not receive security or bugfix updates.

If for some reason you are unable to upgrade your PHP version, you will need to download an older version of MediaWiki from our website. See our compatibility page for details of which versions are compatible with prior versions of PHP.

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