[geeklog-devel] Wiki docs
Mark R. Evans
mevans at ecsnet.com
Wed Jul 11 09:32:10 EDT 2007
I'll volunteer. Like you, I've poked around the wiki and found some really
useful information, but you really have to work to find it sometimes.
Obviously, I'll need an account. But, I would rather start working with an
local wiki install to get the initial based done and then take it to the
public wiki to complete.
One thought, I do have the DokuWiki Integration Plugin that works very well
with Geeklog. It fully integrates DokuWiki with Geeklog for look and feel,
users, permissions, searching and whats new. Would the team be willing to
see the current wiki move to a more integrated solution? I'm using it at
www.gllabs.org and I believe Blaine is also using it at www.portalparts.com.
Let me know what you think and I'm ready to get started anytime.
On 7/10/07, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:
> I've poked around a bit in our wiki (simply hitting "random page" a few
> times). We have some nice articles in there, but also huge holes. I
> wonder what we could do to motivate people to contribute more?
> The thing that bugs me the most, though, is the separation into 1.3 and
> 1.4 docs. I think this doesn't make a lot of sense as there isn't really
> a lot that has changed between the two versions. Remember that we made a
> last-minute decision to rename 1.3.12 to 1.4.0, mostly because it
> finally got rid of the requirement for register_globals = on.
> My suggestion would be to merge the two versions again, keeping the most
> up to date or detailed page of each branch. In the process, we could
> also get rid of a lot of ugly pages names ("TOC14" vs. "Complete_TOC"
> for the table of contents, for example).
> Any volunteers?
> bye, Dirk
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