From: David LeBlanc <whisper@oz...> - 2002-03-26 22:14:54
I looked at MoinMOinDiscussion - I take it you're referring to "Hierachical
MoinMoin", and by sibling pages you mean pages that are meant to follow the
current page in sequence? If so, how about back/forward arrow buttons on
pages that have siblings, and an up arrow to get to the first page of the
sequence? Pages that don't have siblings yet would have only a single right
arrow ("next") that would automagically create the next page in the
sequence, possibly with some sort of anonymous page name indicating that
it's within a particular sequence of pages.
I've thought this would be a great idea for breaking up page sizes and
enabling a more "book"-style approach to wikidom.
I like the way TWiki does hierarchy with it's "webs", but am not sure what
makes a web frontpage distinct from any other page at the moment. I also
would prefer that a hierarchy scheme have multiple levels (say, up to 6?)
compared to TWiki's 2 level architecture.
Seattle, WA USA
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> [mailto:moin-devel-admin@...]On Behalf Of Juergen
> Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2002 13:00
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> Subject: [Moin-devel] Linking to sibling pages
> People, I need some opinions on linking from one subpage to a sibling
> one. See the first section on MoinMoin:MoinMoinDiscussion.
> Ciao, Jürgen
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