[pmwiki-users] Fwd: RFC PmWiki Tips and Tricks
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Mon Sep 25 13:00:43 CDT 2006
On 9/25/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 25, 2006 at 12:18:37PM +0100, Ian Barton wrote:
> > I collect lots of little bits of information about PmWiki from posts in
> > the mailing list. These are usually small titbits of information that
> > either are not documented, or not very easy to find.
> > They aren't really FAQ's. To take a couple of recent examples:
> > How do I prevent commentbox spam
> > What is the max. number of pages I can include with (:include:)
> > Would it be a good idea to create something like a Tips and Tricks group
> > on the wiki where these bits of information could be collected.
> This is what the Cookbook was originally intended for --
> a place where bits of information could be found.
> Still, I can understand that it might not be easy to find them
> within the cookbook. I've been thinking that perhaps a "questions
> index" composed of all of the questions from the Cookbook pages
> (with links to the corresponding page) would be helpful. This
> would be similar to how we generate the PmWiki.FAQ.
> It's interesting to note that the "What is the maximum number of
> pages I can include with (:include:)" *is* on the PmWiki.FAQ page. :-)
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I think this is a great idea--as many of the recipes aren't really
recipes (as in php dropin modules). It might be possible to move some
of the simpler "recipes" that don't involve downloadable code, but
just a tip or trick into this kind of section. I'd vote a big yes on
Anything to trim down the cookbook to actual "extensions" or "modules"
will make it a LOT neater. Just my two cents!
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