El Mi=E9rcoles 14 Marzo 2007 12:31, Stefan Jahn escribi=F3:
> Am Mi, 14.03.2007, 15:03, schrieb roucaries bastien:
> Hi Bastien,
> >> i just wonder if we could change our hand-made homepage to a Wiki-based
> >> system.
> > It will be nice to use a wiki based web site. It will be nice to also
> > use git as a source manager. What do you think about git?
> > (if yes we could use http://repo.or.cz/ or Savannah git hosting)
> I think we can use normal CVS of SF for hosting it...
Staying in SF, Ruso and I will surely like much better SVN than CVS :-)
However, we never tried GIT
> >> i would like to keep the displayed pages light-weighted like e.g. at
> >> <http://www.texmacs.org/>
> >> is there someone listening who has an idea how to transfer current the
> >> content to a wiki-based software and how to install that on the SF
> >> servers?
> > I do not find any sf site using a wiki tehy always use an external
> > site. Perhaps
> > choose one in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wiki_farms, I
> > recommend http://ourproject.org/
> I think the "qtwin" project has a wiki. As far as I know your entry
> point for the homepage on SF can be either index.html or index.php,
> also a mysql is running on those servers... so actually this should
> be possible. But I am not sure.
In http://wiki.bblug.usla.org.ar/doku.php we used doku as it does not needs=
be installed by the server root, but by anyone with acces to the server (I=
mean, nothing more than the normal ftp access)
Wiki is not WysiWyg. It's an intelligence test of sorts to be able
to edit a wiki page. It's not rocket science, but it doesn't appeal
to the VideoAddicts. If it doesn't appeal, they don't participate,
which leaves those of us who read and write to get on with rational
Lisandro Dami=E1n Nicanor P=E9rez Meyer