[cgi-wiki-dev] Mailing list vs wiki for discussion
Sun, 14 Sep 2003 13:12:26 -0400
Right - I get you now. Because CGI::Wiki is a backend, it has no UI. That is
left to whatever front end I use.
Thanks for the clarification.
Martin@Cleaver.org - +1 416 832 7759
Melbourne Business School FT 2004 MBA Exchange Participant to Rotman
=From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
=Behalf Of Tom Insam
=Sent: Sunday, 14 September 2003 1:00 PM
=Subject: Re: [cgi-wiki-dev] Mailing list vs wiki for discussion
=At 12:34 -0400 2003/09/14, <Martin@Cleaver.org> wrote:
=>Just for the record I will say that I prefer a wiki for discussion to
=>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
=>histories - am I right in thinking that this is not the case for
=CGI::Wiki has history. Wikis just don't work unless they have
=history. For a time, one of my biggest issues with Kwiki was that it
=didn't, though they solved this issue eventually.
=You're still not quite making sense, though. CGI::Wiki has page
=history, but not in a user-accessible way, because you can't do
=_anything_ to CGI::Wiki except through a specific front-end. Talk
=about openguides, or CGI::Wiki::Kwiki, or CGI::Wiki::Simple, or
=something, if you have specific questions.