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According to the extension documentation, there is no fix for the inclusion tags, yet, unless I read that wrong. I put it in the Help namespace because that's where I'm used to putting documents like boilerplates, the contents of which are copied, rather than transcluded. I think putting them there helps differentiate it from regular templates, where changes are easily reverted across the entire wiki with just one edit. But, if a preload page or a boilerplate gets edited, all the pages using that preload or boilerplate need to be edited by hand to reflect the changes. However, I didn't actually try to verify a precedence, I just put it where I thought it would be logical. If WE would rather have it in the Template namespace, it's no problem to move. ;)

Jesse Groppi (talk)15:17, 20 July 2009

Using Help:PageName seems logical to me. Using a template does not work either --anymore? -- as per your link. I must be getting old. Sorry to send you on a wild goose chase.

Kruhly (talk)18:29, 20 July 2009

I don't think the bug has to do with what namespace it's in, rather it's about how the code for the extension works. I find that a little strange since {{subst:}} uses inclusion tags just fine.

Jesse Groppi (talk)02:00, 21 July 2009