[TxMt] Re: what's up with the wiki?
blalor at bravo5.org
Tue Dec 14 02:44:15 UTC 2004
On Dec 13, 2004, at 9:32 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> I have no experience with other wiki software, a few things that would
> be nice:
> o run under apache (to allow for robots.txt and fine-masked
> o some wiki-spam prevention
> o page history with rollback of course ;)
> o would be preferable if the syntax is textile for compatibility
> o and preferable also if it can import pages easily
> If there are any suggestions, it would be nice to know how they fit
> with the above requests.
I've played a fair bit with SnipSnap, and in fact have one
running on my Fedora box at home if anyone wants to play.
Registration is open for the time being. If anyone wants admin rights,
I'll set you up.
Confluence abso-freaking-lutely *rocks*, but costs about $4kUSD.
Too bad TM isn't open source, 'cause they do OS licenses for free. ;-)
Confluence uses a Textile-similar markup language, and it would not be
difficult to extend SnipSnap to use JTextile. From what I've seen,
instiki isn't "pure" Textile, so any kind of import will require work.
/ / / __/ Brian Lalor
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