Ah! Tiny world! Far out.
I'm actually using webware as the basis of the activismo mk #2 codebase
for perth indy (verry much a work in progress).
http://a2.perthimc.asn.au/a2/ <==much bustedness, but actually already
usable. (data on it just lifted from production mk #1 site) Check
newswire and the tutorial to see where we are heading with this :)
Anyway... I sorta have it half done atm, so I'll look at that after I
finish this bita code off.
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On Fri, 2 Apr 2004, Ian Bicking wrote:
> On Apr 2, 2004, at 8:13 PM, Shayne ONeill wrote:
> > I'm gunna throw together a quick wiki servlet (I need it infact for
> > another project anyway). I'll report back later today with a prototype.
> You should look at this:
> which is simple object interfaces around reST for a Wiki page. For the
> Webware site it would be nice to also be able to write pure HTML (when
> you want to be exact about layout), and it occurred to me that
> pure-Python pages would be nice too (as a kind of simplified way to
> share code). And images. Then with transclusion (which is just the
> fancy Wiki way of describing the feature wherein you can include the
> content of one page in another) they might all go together in a nice
> > --
> > Shayne O'Neill
> > http://perth.indymedia.org
> And a shout out from Chicago Indymedia!
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