And that’s my piccie, mister :pp
– christa 2005-12-28 13:56 UTC
– MattisManzel 2008-03-30 19:01 UTC
– GreyWulf 2008-03-30 19:22 UTC
In 2006 you have been using what I call “day-page-sets”. Example: I could include the contents of the day-page-set “writing” on my wiki using
<rss 100 http://wiki.greywulf.cf/cgi-bin/wiki.pl/LupusGris?action=rss&full=1&days=90&match=%5E%5Cd%5Cd%5Cd%5Cd-%5Cd%5Cd-%5Cd%5Cd_%5Cd%5Cd%5Cd%5Cd.*Writing>
– MattisManzel 2008-03-30 19:24 UTC
In a way, yes. The problem is that I’m not a fan of the way rss is presented; I wanted more control over the layout.
I made a few small changes to Oddmuse to create a journal-like front page which aggregates all of the recent major changes (minor changes are ignored) into a blog-like page. This gives me the best of both worlds – a wiki interface with easy page linking and creation, as well as a presentation that’s familiar to most ‘net users.
If I don’t want a page to appear in the front page, I just make it a minor edit, and it doesn’t show. Simple, really. At least, it works for me
– GreyWulf 2008-03-30 20:05 UTC