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Jan Waclawek
11/11/05 15:08
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#103595 - wiki?
Responding to: Craig Steiner's previous message
Dear Craig,
May I suggest you to make only the absolutely necessary changes now and to try something new in the spare 25th hour... the wiki.. OK not new I know... Let me at least put a few notes of what I think might be useful.
The wiki Steve was kind to set up has a zillion functions, but I think maybe 1% of them are really useful, and maybe 0.1% is enough to work - and most of it you already have - e.g. here in the Forum. They IMHO are:
- create new page
- edit existing page, preview and save (requiring a note for each save for revision history)
- store old versions of page (plus have the possibility to revert - but that's enough if the admin/moderator has it)
- be able to insert links and other editing elements - html tags are just fine (the wikish are no better)
- have an automatic "backlink" list (each page contains a list of links to pages referring to this page)
- be notified about page change if required (not necessarily by mail)

For start, this is enough... What do you think?

Jan Waclawek

List of 12 messages in thread
the news entry does not work      Erik Malund      11/10/05 06:10      
   Craig already knows about that      Jan Waclawek      11/10/05 07:23      
      oh well      Erik Malund      11/10/05 07:26      
   Fixed      Craig Steiner      11/10/05 09:28      
      is that "fixed" or \"fixed\"      Erik Malund      11/11/05 12:17      
         Yep      Craig Steiner      11/11/05 12:25      
            wiki?      Jan Waclawek      11/11/05 15:08      
               Oh NO      Erik Malund      11/11/05 15:15      
                  Roll back,      Steve M. Taylor      11/11/05 15:51      
   daylight saving      Maarten Brock      11/10/05 12:51      
      Borrowed time      Craig Steiner      11/10/05 13:26      
         This is a "test"      Craig Steiner      11/10/05 23:30      

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