tomw at pigstye.net
Tue Jun 29 12:05:52 EDT 2004
I do not care either. I have not played with it enough to see if it will
gracefully handle a redirect from wiki.geeklog.net, but if it would that
would be the easiest. I am willing to host it for the time being. I think
we should get it resolved one way or the other quickly though.
Geeklog is your baby more than mine and I bow to your preferences.
tomw at pigstye.net
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From: Tony Bibbs <tony at tonybibbs.com>
To: geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net
Sent: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 09:37:27 -0500
Subject: Re: [geeklog-devel] Documentation
> I can host it if you want, that's no problem. Optionally, I could also
> simply point wiki.geeklog.net at your server.
> I'm flexible, let me know what is preferred...
> Tom Willett wrote:
> >Ok, its been discussed enough and nothing has been done, so I am going to
> >kickstart the Geeklog Documentation Effort. I have up MediaWiki on my
> >webserver and transfered most of the Plugin Developers Handbook to it. I
> >never understood all the talk about wikis -- this one allows easy
> >of images stored on the server and adequate markup. I mean its not
> >but its usable.
> >Before I solicit other participation, hopefully a consolidation of all
> >documentation efforts, I was wondering if Tony wanted to host it one the
> >Geeklog server.
> >By the way, they do a neat trick on install. You are asked for mysql
> >database name, user, password and optionally the root password. If you
> >supply the root password it will make the database, tables and user with
> >correct permissions for you.
> >Install and transfering most of the Plugin Developers Handbook took about
> >Unless I hear from Tony that he wants to host it or some objection, I
> >solicit submissions and announce it soon.
> >Tom Willett
> >tomw at pigstye.net
> >geeklog-devel mailing list
> >geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net
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> geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net
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