Wiki like documentation Was: Re: Wrapping up 7.4 (finally)

Michael Verret michael.verret at
Thu Jun 12 06:18:12 PDT 2008


Please consider adding me into the wiki team. I've years of experience
managing wiki's for Zenwalk Linux as well as being the webmaster for
all of their other sites, FTP accounts and so on. I've also been
working with Alan Coopersmith to keep the module releases up to date
in the wiki. I'm dying to help out.



On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 6:32 AM, Marius Gedminas <mgedmin at> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 02:16:14PM +0300, Daniel Stone wrote:
>> My main problem with Trac is that it integrates its own BTS and
>> integrates everything with SVN (does it support git?).  The BTS on its
>> own is just one more thing to migrate.
> The BTS module can be completely disabled.  Possibly, the RCS
> integration too.  There are git and bzr version control backends for
> Trac, but I haven't personally used them.
> I'm not personally very happy with Trac, but maybe I'm just lazy.  And,
> IIRC, Trac had no spam-protection plugins at all when I last seriously
> tried using it.
>> Given the 'why fix something external when you could write a worse
>> replacement?' guiding principle of X, I've been thinking of writing a
>> wiki using Django.  Honestly, I don't think it's the worst idea ever.
> What about ikiwiki?  Again, I've no personal experience with it, but it
> seems to work fine for
> Marius Gedminas
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