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MediaWiki - $wgExtraNamespaces, $wgRestrictedNamespaces, $wgGroupPermissions

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Can someone please help me understand this

$wgExtranamespaces = array(
100 => "theBar",
101 => "theBar_talk"
)
//creates a namspace "theBar" and talk "theBar_talk" referenced at 100 / 101

$wgRestrictedNamespace = array(
100 = array("devgroup")
)

Is the value "devgroup" the name of the actual group a user must belong to?

$wgGroupPermissions['value1']['value2'] = "true";
//what does value1 and value2 represent?

Does the order of appearance of $wgExtraNamespaces, $wgRestrictedNamespaces, and $wgGroupPermissions make a difference?
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For information on wgExtranamespaces go to: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:%24wgExtraNamespaces

For Information on wgGroupPermissions go to: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:%24wgGroupPermissions

I was unable to find any information on wgRestrictedNamespace  .. sorry

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