Re: Current status of sawfish?

On 6/26/07, Janek Kozicki <janek_listy wp pl> wrote:
GSR - FR said:     (by the date of Tue, 26 Jun 2007 00:02:11 +0200)

> What happened to the idea?

On their FAQ page i've read they request "a large potential audience"
(the cynic in me says "they're ad driven"). I've looked at because it didn't require an authorization to create a
new project, but i can reconsider.

Unless you are planning to have an SVN repository on
for sawfish I think that is better, simply because it is
*dedicated* to hosting wikis. Besides, why new SVN repository, are we
going to fork? I hope not :)

I'm only moving the wiki contents.

So better go for, especially because it allows anonymous
edits - please have some faith in people! Nobody is going to damage
wiki, if someone wants to make more than 5 edits he will decide to
register anyway, simply to be able to sign his talks.

There is a good anti-spam captcha also. So everything is under control.

I've tried to port a couple of pages on the wiki and for
sure the result is ugly considering the current wiki.

About users contributions, i'm not so sure there will be a lot,
looking at the current wiki stats, but i could be wrong. I'm concerned
about spam bot and vandals, as in another low profile web forum i see
nearly 20~30 new registrations daily that are spammers, and this even
using a captcha. But if there's a big request for anonymous edits i
can reconsider wikia.


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