How is twiki in the performance area? After a bit of digging around, I
found that it is designed for cgi/perl, but aparently ran okay on
mod_perl as well.
How does it store information? I checked through the requirements and
there doesn't seem to be a database in there anywhere.
Do you have write access to scoil.linux.ie?
On 5/18/05, Nils Olofsson <lists at olofsson.tv> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-05-18 at 12:59 +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> > On Tue, May 17, 2005 at 10:58:53PM +0100, Justin wrote:
> > > I agree. Put a wiki (MediaWiki please) up there. Lets see what happens.
> > i'll volunteer to install and maintain whatever wiki people want to put
> > up. i have some experience doing it for work and other orgs.
> > particularly with mediawiki and the cvstrac wiki.
> > however, i'd like to suggest an alternative: twiki - http://twiki.org/> >
> > while mediawiki is great, twiki seems to be taking wiki's to another
> > step. i hate to use the phrase, "web application platform," but it kind
> > of fits what twiki seems to be aiming for.
> > it allows you to develop forms, spreadsheets, graphs, etc. and it has
> > an access control system mediawiki lacks.
> > kevin
> I think anything is better than whats up there now :)
>http://www.schoolforge.org.uk/ are using mediawiki, and it looks like a
> wiki is an ideal solution for something that should include
> teachers/student/volunteer etc.
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