[cgi-wiki-dev] Mailing list vs wiki for discussion

cgi-wiki-dev@earth.li cgi-wiki-dev@earth.li
Sun, 14 Sep 2003 12:34:54 -0400

Just for the record I will say that I prefer a wiki for discussion to email.
I like being able to refactor and cross reference for other people and to
use pages to build consensus of opinion. And that's without cluttering my

I do recognise that this only works well on TWiki because that retains page
histories - am I right in thinking that this is not the case for CGI::Wiki?


------Original Message-----
=From: Kate L Pugh [mailto:kake@earth.li]
=Sent: Wednesday, 3 September 2003 4:03 AM
=To: Martin@Cleaver.org
=Subject: Re: Text file backend?
=On Sun 31 Aug 2003, Martin@Cleaver.org wrote:
=>    1 Is there a wiki used for discussing CGI::Wiki? I'm thinking
=> along the lines of http://www.twiki.org/cgi-bin/changes/Codev. There are
=> some others that I'd like to bring into the conversation but obviously
=> keen to avoid the limitations of email.
=I don't really like wikis for discussion.  I've set up a mailman list
=which you can subscribe to at
=  http://www.earth.li/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cgi-wiki-dev
=>    2 What's the best demo site for CGI::Wiki?
=Probably the main OpenGuides one - http://openguides.org/london/
=The OpenGuides code is on CPAN.