On Mon, 2004-12-20 at 18:40 +0100, Mickael Remond wrote:
> Jouni Ryn=F6 wrote:
> > Yup, I have now a rude version of wiki pages giving out the rss feed!
> > Thanks Tobbe.
> Yes. This is a nice addition.
> Regarding this feature is it possible to add the notion of virtual=20
> domain built in. It is possible to use different RSS id to define=20
> different feed, but I think it would be nice to force virtual domain=20
> separation. I think that this could be a nice addition (most notably to=
> host several site in one server).
> What do you think about it ?
Have to play with it, once I get the small details done :)
> > I added a routine to every wiki store operation
> > pageUpdateNotify(Page, Root, Time, Who) ->
> > %% io:fwrite("Page ~p update at ~p by ~p, root ~p~n",=20
> > %% [Page, Time, Who, Root]),
> > Title =3D io_lib:fwrite("~s was changed", [Page]),
> > Link =3D wiki_to_html:format_link(Page, Root),
> > Change =3D io_lib:fwrite("The ~s page has been modified", [Page])=
> > yaws_rss:insert(wiki, xml,=20
> > Title, Link, Change, Who),
> > ok.
> > The "Who" and "Change" fields don't add any new information, as there=
> > no input to those fields. Really, to be useful, there should be form
> > fields in the store page to input that data. Should that be added?
> Regarding those fields, I already did some work regarding those aspect=20
> with my user management in metafrog (site down for now due to a disk=20
> crash). The user management is built around the ejabberd user base.
> Maybe I could change it to add a more specific API to manage user in Ya=
> I also changed the Wiki template to use the Who and Change field.
Ah, never tried to add anything there. When it's up, I'll take a look.
Most likely I'll have something up during the holidays ... will be
difficult to explain to my wife, that it's work ...
By the way, as I really haven't played much with other wiki systems out
there, are there other features, that are missing from Erlang wiki?
(not features in the Microsoft sense, but really used and good features.
I read somewhere, that in the Word there is a feature, that only one
user has requested. On the other hand, the searching was requested from
me by only one person also. But he was the project primary
investigator ... )