Re: [pox] Re: [ox-en] How about a wiki.oekonux.org site?
- From: Graham Seaman <graham seul.org>
- Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2003 18:08:56 -0400 (EDT)
On Sun, 19 Oct 2003, Stefan Merten wrote:
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Hi Chris and all!
instance we have available still a number of third level domains like
`wiki' above. Also the tariff allows for own CGIs which I think should
suffice for a Wiki.
I'd love if you could run the technical side of this sub-project more
or less on your own - perhaps with Bennis help. If I have to do it
it'll take place in a year or so :-( . If you agree I'll provide you
with all necessary details like passwords and the like by PM.
Last month (45 days ago) Chris Croome wrote:
have been looking around various wiki implementations and
the one that I think I'll start playing with is the
subversion wiki, SubWiki:
It's really simple at this stage, which makes it easy to
hack the templates:
It might also be worth looking at kwiki (http://www.kwiki.org/):
also very simple, still being developed (but perfectly usable),
with a basic cgi-based setup easy to use on remote servers where
you don't have root, but also with an optional subversion backend.
It has a plugin structure which makes it easy to create add-ons.
I have no shares in this product ;-)
Don't understand ReST - is it any different from [name your favourite wiki
markup here] with output format converters?