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  1. Does anyone know of a template on the wiki that allows for easy creation of references? I am looking for something similar to the Template:Reflist that is used by the Gentoo wiki.
  2. With the new design Template:Fancynote is now an alias for Template:Note. Though {{Fancynote}} is most widely used, I'd suggest to remove it in favor of {{Note}} which is more concise and meaningful. If you agree, I will replace all {{Fancynote}} occurences to {{Note}} and mark [[Template:Fancynote]] as deprecated (with the new template I created for that purpose) so that people using {{fancynote}} get warned it has changed. Obviously, this also applies to (fancy)important, (fancy)tip, and (fancy)warning. Not a big deal, but there is some general cleanup to do on the wiki regarding to deprecated things, old pages, unused things, wanted things, ...
  3. Please excuse me if it happens that I just can't search, but it seems that neither How to dev nor the Developer Guide explains how to test changes you made. Let's say I know the patch to apply, or changes to apply to an ebuild in order to fix FL-XXXX. How can I emulate the standard merging process to make sure once my fix will hit the tree, it will actually work? I don't think I am supposed to move my changes to /usr/portage/ :P. So I wonder what is the common way to do this. Thanks in advance.
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