[LGM] Please give us a Wiki to organize LGM
houz at gmx.de
Wed Dec 4 06:56:47 PST 2013
Am Mittwoch, 4. Dezember 2013, 15:50:12 schrieb Camille Bissuel:
> Hi Tobias,
> We discuss that with ale, and the decision was made to use Wordpress as a
> wiki : it have revision features, and if necessary you can publish private
> pages or articles.
I have to disagree. Wordpress is everything but a Wiki and using it as one is
nothing I would do.
> On the infrastructure side, Wordpress need less antispam
> features than a wiki.
A wiki doesn't need any anti-spam measures at all if only registered users can
edit, registration is closed and users have to be added manually. At least
Inkscape uses/used that approach and it works like a charm.
> The "permanent" lgm website is made with Wordpress for the same reason, it
> was a wiki some years ago and we lost it because of spam.
I guess everyone could edit the page? Doesn't matter though, Wordpress is fine
for regular websites.
> The only counterpart is that you need an account on the website. I suppose
> you need one on the 2014 website ?
Probably not, I don't plan to work on the website.
> have a nice day,
> 2013/12/4 Tobias Ellinghaus <houz at gmx.de>
> > Dear infrastructure team (I guess that's mostly a.l.e?),
> > in the last weeks I had many discussions with the local team for Leipzig
> > (mostly with Gnokii) and we agreed that it would be wise to write some
> > things
> > down that resulted from these. Would it be possible to get a Wiki for
> > that?
> > Neither one of us likes titanpads for that as they are unstructured and
> > the
> > URLs are hard to remember.
> > We don't need anything big, in the end it would be just a few pages.
> > Thanks in advance
> > Tobias
> > PS: If you don't want to do that or are not able to I would put a Wiki on
> > my
> > webspace, however having LGM planning information on the LGM website makes
> > more sense than on a personal website.
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