[m-dev.] New wiki
nick.rudnick at gmail.com
Sun Mar 15 08:03:22 AEDT 2015
Contrary to ikiwiki, it's written in Haskell instead of Perl, and I think I
know how to disable ID access requirements. Though a little afraid I did
not exactly understand what Zoltan wants to get, it would be worth a try to
see whether I can make this done, too, with Gitit.
Principally, there should be few limitations to customizing the code. As
said, it's written in Haskell on top of Pandoc, actually one of the most
popular applications (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TBpB-BEiIg) and
Happstack, which is quite powerful (
In case there's interest, I would be happy to assist.
2015-03-14 15:36 GMT+01:00 Sebastan Godelet <sebastian.godelet at outlook.com>:
> On Sun, 15 Mar 2015 00:36:32 +1100
> Paul Bone <paul at bone.id.au> wrote:
> > I've wanted to set up a wiki for some time. The main reason is to
> Have you looked at the GitHub wiki which is provided with every
> To be honest I haven't really done anything bigger with that,
> but it might avoid some concerns raised in this thread,
> e.g. like having to create yet another login.
> Additionally it can be set-up to prevent vandalism, there is full
> control who can actively contribute.
> I'm not sure where the wiki data then actually resides,
> my best guess is at a branch of the repository, which is the way
> GitHub repository/organisation web-pages work.
> Not that I think hosting a wiki on its own (i.e. wiki.mercurylang.org)
> is a bad thing,
> just another thing to handle on a security/maintenance/time basis.
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