On 02/20/2014 10:36 AM, Calvin Morrison wrote: > a new website's been mentioned around. Using werc seems to work really > well for suckless.org's projects (dwm, dmenu, st, stali etc), and had > a nice interface, renders fast and isn't web2.0 > > http://suckless.org/ I spoke with Tim a week or so ago and begged that we replace Foswiki with Mediawiki. He has indicated that is OK as long as we all assist in moving the content over. In preparation I have gathered all the templates that we will need on mediawiki and put up a test install of mediawiki to test them. Most of the templates are from the Arch site (since they work so darn well). You can look at the templates I've collected so far here: https://www.rlfpllc.com/mediawiki/index.php/Wiki_boxes https://www.rlfpllc.com/mediawiki/index.php/Wiki_usage https://www.rlfpllc.com/mediawiki/index.php/Help:Cheatsheet https://www.rlfpllc.com/mediawiki/index.php/Help:Editing MediaWiki is so far superior to foswiki that it isn't even a race. And from a maintenance standpoint, you will find 99 out of 100 wiki users can add to mediawiki (or know the basics) compared to the 1 that might know fos. Given Mediawiki's seamless ability to integrate with git/SCM, etc. it will be a move in the right direction. When Tim gets the site setup, I'm committed to a page-a-day transition (goal), and I will need help, so sign up to help. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.