On 5/23/05, Colm Buckley <colm at tuatha.org> wrote:
> Okay, some decisions:
>> * Wiki Engine
>> MoinMoin; it seems to do everything we want, is easy to
> install on Ubuntu, seems secure, and is well-thought-of
Fair enough. MoinMoin seem to have put a lot of thought into the
anti-shite features of their wiki -
>> * User account policy
>> Email administrators for a wiki account. Regular audits to
> detect inactive or harmful users.
I respect the fact that you're the server admin Colm, but could you
loosen up a bit? I don't think anyone else here wants to make it
difficult or frustrating for people acting in good faith to be able to
participate in the scoil.linux.ie community. In particular myself and
Nils, who were the first to volunteer to do something with the site,
don't want people to have to email admins looking for accounts.
Personally taking all the presented opinions into account I think the
only fair way forward(or fair compromise if you perfer) is to have a
system where users need accounts, but those accounts can be obtained
relitively easly, and relitively automaticly, for humans acting in
>> * Server
>> Rather than have to do everything twice, I think we'll run
> Scoil as the first site on our new ILUG server (thank you Dell).
> This should be up and running by the end of this week, all
> going well.
Once again fair enough.
>> Further information when we're ready to roll.
> Colm Buckley / colm at tuatha.org / +353 87 2469146
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