[affs-project] wiki?

Alex Hudson home at alexhudson.com
Mon Aug 15 08:18:51 BST 2005

On Mon, 2023-08-15 at 00:48 +0100, Adam Bower wrote:
> Pretty much trivial to add a wiki to the site. Although depending on the
> amount of wiki trashing/spamming that goes on I would think that we
> would want to give some thought to how we could protect it which could 
> mean either some kind of restrictions or some decent versioning so we 
> could roll back pages easily.

Well, my "private" wiki has been out in the open for some time, and
hasn't been trashed yet - and Google certainly does know about it,
although the site isn't linked from the main AFFS site and the edit
system is slightly customised.
The idea for editing the site currently was that people who were
interested downloaded the source and sent us corrections, but I think
that's possibly a bit too big a hurdle.
> > Reason: could encourage people to contribute to the affs site, which is
> > hard to do now. 'Finished' pages could be moved to the public site.
> Aye, and it would also mean that if we try to progress with campaigns
> etc. that people could use them for communication+contribution.

I also have a plan to completely overhaul the website itself; I did a
sitemap (I thought I had posted that to this list; I didn't but will - I
brought the topic up at the end of June, but only me & Adam posted :)
which relocates stuff into a much more sensible structure. 

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