[Pdx-pm] kwiki2 at keithl.com, with typekey

Ingy dot Net ingy at ingy.net
Fri Mar 30 22:35:30 PDT 2007

Put your feature requests in at a page like

Maybe people including me will hack them up. Or maybe they already exist
and just need some loving documention.

Cheers, Ingy

PS I have a lot of big features on deck for Kwiki that I think you'll
   like, but I'm not going to put myself on the hook by listing all my
   ideas here. :P

On 30/03/07 07:29 -0700, Keith Lofstrom wrote:
> > Ingy dot Net wrote:
> ...
> > > I had to patch Kwiki to rewrite index.cgi if it was missing. It all seems
> > > groovy now.
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2007 at 10:55:34AM -0800, Bruce J Keeler wrote:
> > That worked.  Feel free to play about with 
> > http://pdxpmtest.drangle.com/kwiki now.  We could cut over if it looks good.
> After a little more noodling around, I have my six kwiki sites moved
> to kwiki 2.  Including typekey authentication, which is pretty neat.
> All that is wrong (discovered so far) is that the "changed by" strip
> on the bottom of the page does not get a name. 
> For the pdx.pm site, I believe the point of the kwiki2 conversion was
> to add some authentication to stop the wikispam, perhaps with typekey.
> I suspect that is not a complete blockage - the spammers can sign up
> with typekey, too - but at least typekey.com can keep track of the 
> bastards and aim missiles at them.
> Go to typekey and sign up.  Then you can practice at kwiki.org, or at
> my site.  
> I /still/ like all the extra features that come with TWiki, and I'm
> still thinking about converting, but perhaps Ingy and gang will add
> a big heap of features to kwiki and I won't have to.  For now, the
> default skin for TWiki is a little too crowded, and the simpler
> skins are missing authentication, so TWiki has a ways to go, too.
> I love lively competition.  Gentlebeings, start your engines!
> Keith
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