Revamping the wiki

Daniel Stone daniel at
Thu Mar 29 01:31:52 PDT 2007

On Wed, Mar 28, 2007 at 09:10:23PM -0400, Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
> And you've just explained why subpages are widely deprecated (Wikipedia,
> for example, disallows them entirely in the Main namespace): because the
> point of wikis is the ease of intrawiki linking in writing other pages,
> as much as it's the ease of creation and recent-change tracking...
> and subpages break that entirely.

Erm?  I can link to Projects/MPX/Status from
Development/Documentation/InputEventProcessing just fine.

> This is why Mediawiki has categories; I don't know what Moin (which is
> what I think you're using) provides.

I'd prefer namespacing in the URL, as an organisational thing.  Our last
wiki grew organically, and look at how well that worked out. ;)

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