[Pdx-pm] browser as kitchen sink?

Thomas J Keller kellert at ohsu.edu
Wed Mar 28 10:05:26 PDT 2007

I thought we started with Eric's lament that the pdx-pm wiki was  
getting spammed, and perhaps more important, was not getting used.
So flexibility and ease of use, as well as aesthetics, became topics.  
It spiraled downhill from there, naturally, since there's no  
accounting for taste. (ask my wife).

Tom K

On Mar 28, 2007, at 9:51 AM, Eric Wilhelm wrote:

> # from Michael G Schwern
> # on Wednesday 28 March 2007 01:46 am:
>>> Why can't I see how it will look until after I upload it?  Does the
>>> server only run on unicorns?
>> Didn't we start out with "wikis are too complicated to setup, let's
>> use simple files on a simple Subversion server" and now everyone has
>> to install the server?!
> Well, that's not where *I* started.  You shouldn't need a webserver to
> render some markup into html.
> --Eric
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