I'd certainly take no offence if a reST one is used :) That little wiki I
whacked together is admitedly a little messy and probably useless without
the auth the rest of my software provides. :) Whats the PyDiddy port like?
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On Tue, 6 Apr 2004, Ian Bicking wrote:
> Now that we have a server for Webware, we should think about what Wiki
> to use. Several options have been presented -- Shayne's recent Wiki,
> the Wiki I wrote in the Sandbox, Frank's PyDiddy port (which I had
> quite forgotten about), and maybe a few others (e.g., I have yet
> another Wiki that I didn't put in the Sandbox, that I had been working
> on a couple years ago; no doubt other Webware wikis are out there).
> I *really* want reST input, because I think it's good for writing about
> programming, and that's what the Wiki will be about. So writing code
> blocks and the sort should be easy, which it is in reST. At the moment
> this means a patched version of MoinMoin, or my sandbox wiki.
> I'd also like to move the Cheetah Wiki over, since it's hosted with the
> Webware Wiki right now. And there was a request for setting up a
> SQLObject Wiki, which I'd also like to put up, because by that time it
> should be easy to add yet another ;) And they're all related projects.
> But I think it's okay if they are all separate Wikis in separate Wiki
> namespaces. They could each be a domain -- wiki.webwareforpython.org,
> wiki.cheetahtemplate.org, wiki.sqlobject.org.
> Any thoughts? Right now I'm inclined to flesh mine out a bit more, and
> keep the pages in plain text files to make the content easy to
> manipulate if we change implementations.
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