enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Wed Mar 16 19:47:31 UTC 2011
On Wed, 16 Mar 2011 12:46:32 -0700, Matthew wrote:
>On 03/16/11 12:18, Enrico Tröger wrote:
>> Regarding the wiki software, basically I don't mind which wiki.
>> Though I have some technical preferences about the software.
>> I'd prefer to have a PHP based solution as it would nicely integrate
>> into the existing Lighttpd+FastCGI setup, from my personal experience
>> I'd vote for Dokuwiki or PMWiki.
>MediaWiki is probably the most standard Wiki software (ie. Wikipedia
>and friends) and it's written in PHP. It also supports ReST as noted
>in this thread. I've never heard of DocuWiki though, it looks
>interesting too. I haven't looked at PMWiki yet.
>> I agree that the main focus in choosing the wiki software should be
>> in usability for both, authors and readers.
>MediaWiki has that going for it, for sure. It's probably also top of
>the pile in security and stability (assumption based on its widespread
>use). Personally I don't feel too strongly about which software, but
>I would think something familiar to people who may edit other Wikis
>would be good.
>MediaWiki is also in the Debian repositories (at least for Squeeze).
>I'm not sure though what distro the server is running or if having a
>package even matters.
Currently Debian Lenny, but it'll get Squeeze sometime soon. But I'll
announce this separately as there might be some downtime.
Get my GPG key from http://www.uvena.de/pub.asc
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