Re: The future of gup in developer and bugzilla
- From: Thilo Pfennig <tpfennig gmail com>
- To: gnome-web-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: The future of gup in developer and bugzilla
- Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 00:36:58 +0100
2006/2/9, Claus Schwarm <c schwarm gmx net>:
I agree that wikis could be much more useful if they would offer a way
to use a fixed, heirarchical structure -- a sort of split into
sub-wikis. (And if they would finally agree on a common mark-up
standard, these bloody /&%$§$=()/ ).
MoinMoin also can use MediaWiki markup with a plugin. I think this is a good thing.
In fact, I'm not very excited about lgo - it still looks like a wiki
and this needs to be fixed.
Why? I mean I think it could be more pretty, but I think there is no
need to pretend not to be a wiki. I see the GNOME LIve! Wiki as a good
site for organising things and develop ideas. I do more have a problem
for YEARS with the look of www.gnome.org
(which could be easily fixed
in minutes) - and that is a site, that is supposed to be public and has
no wiki software as it's background. Before we try to make a wiki look
like it was not a wiki we should simple fix some simple things.
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