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  • How can I require users to sign in first before editing a wiki page so that a History would link edits back to each respective user profile? -Benjamin (March 21, 2012)

AllEdits is sorted oldest-first, can it be newest-first?
I solved it myself =) here is my solution:

$RecentChangesFmt['Site.AllEdits'] = '* [[{$FullName}]] (:comment ' . microtime()
  . ' :)  . . . $CurrentTime $[by] $AuthorLink: [=$ChangeSummary=]';


Size issue?

Is there a limit to how much the Site.AllRecentChanges will display? My page has stopped displaying, although when I look at the source, I can see that all edits are still being logged. I just can't display the page. RDJones December 14, 2011, at 11:48 AM

How many lines do you have ? I guess there something like a limit (server, php). You may want to delete old lines or move them manually in an archive page. See also 056130.html and LayoutVariables#RCLinesMax and focus=20215. gb December 14, 2011, at 12:56 PM
My Site.AllRecentChanges page had exceeded some 2100 lines. So archiving the list is a must. Once I cleared out a bunch of lines the page displayed again. So regular archiving is important. My $RCLinesMax is set at the default (no limit). RDJones December 14, 2011, at 01:37 PM

Talk page for the AllRecentChanges recipe (users).