Summary:Support/About MediaWiki:Privatedomains-instructions/en (2)
Ok for int, let's forget example.org.
Jack says: changing the hard-coded string reference to an ⧼...⧽ is very simple and can be done basically by anyone and I'll be happy to +2 such a patch, although I guess I'll need to do that, if no-one else is interested in this. Likewise, technically changing the domain reference is easy as pie, although IMO changing both domains to "example.com" causes confusion and some of the current meaning might be lost; the message currently tries to illustrate that you can use multiple domains to allow users from multiple domains to edit the wiki. Adhering to RFCs is good, but it doesn't mean we should throw common sense out of the window. :-)
In Gerrit at https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/213783/