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There's a bunch of questions about adding chat onebox support for this, that, and the other.

And then there's a super-question about the same thing, with various proposals as individual answers.

So if, for example, I want Wiktionary to be included in chat oneboxes, where should I post that? (What I've found so far is one answer about MediaWiki on the super-onebox question, with a comment about Wiktionary. Is upvoting that (which I have done) enough?)

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That super-question seems to be nothing more than an unofficial, light-hearted poll. I doubt that the development team is treating or has ever treated that question as an official suggestion box.

You should be posting a new question if you are serious about requesting onebox support for a Web site or Web service. I recommend using the tags when posting your request.

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And done. – TRiG is Timothy Richard Green Sep 19 '12 at 18:10

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