On Wed, May 18, 2005 at 02:19:31PM +0100, Rory Browne wrote:
> 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.
no idea. i have no experience with it.
> Do you have write access to scoil.linux.ie?
nope. but i'd help whoever does have access.
On Wed, May 18, 2005 at 02:02:56PM +0100, Justin wrote:
> I suggested mediawiki for a specific reason, compatility with WikiPedia.
yes, well this all happens on the interweb so for the most part
compatability means linking. like most wiki's, twiki supports interwiki
links so you can link to wikipedia articles as simply as typing
something like [[Wikipedia:Some Page on the Wikipedia Site]].
> I think a tool that helps teachers suck content from wikipedia, add
> their own stuff, based around their course work would be a cool app in
> the future. Think open source SafariU for Irish Schools -
actually i'd hope teachers and students would be encouraged to add
content to wikipedia itself as well as to scoil.linux.ie.
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