[Pdx-pm] The Perl 5 Wiki
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Tue Jul 10 11:55:31 PDT 2007
On 09/07/07 08:58 -0700, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
> >>>>> "Michael" == Michael Rasmussen <mikeraz at patch.com> writes:
> Michael> Schwern demonstrably believes one is (needed|beneficial).
> I'm not sure about that, hence my question. It may be that he set it up
> "because he could". As in the "Build it, and they will come" sort of way.
> But that doesn't make for a successful wiki... you have to promote it, and
The promotion seems to be happening. I'm aware of it already. :)
> have people who can manage vandalism, and have software that makes watching
This wiki is LoginToEdit which should minimize the spam.
> recent changes of the pages you're interested in very easy to help manage the
> vandalism. (Aside: I think that's why wikimedia has succeeded where others
> have not, because I can watch a select set of recent changes, not needing to
> watch the whole thing. Can Socialtext do the same?)
If you login to the wiki, you'll notice a grey star in the upper right corner
of each page. Click on it (it turns blue) and you've added it to your
watchlist. If you go to the watchlist page:
then you'll see an RSS link that you can use to follow pages.
PS Schwern: When I login I get redirected to:
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