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From James Taylor <ja...@jamestaylor.org>
Subject Re: fyi wiki statistics
Date Tue, 07 Jan 2003 22:08:19 GMT
> You are stating that:
> 
>   0) download a working copy [this is done only once]
>   1) go to a page
>   2) edit it
>   3) save it
>   4) commit the page
> 
> is comparably simple with
> 
>   1) go to a page
>   2) edit it
>   3) save it
> 
> and I disagree.

If it means I can edit the page in my fancy editor of choice rather than
a dumb web browser then it is much simpler.

> The (only?) beauty of a wiki is its dead-simple editing cycle.

I believe sub wiki also has a TTW editing interface. No reason you can't
have both. Because it uses subversion to hold pages, the interface is
nicely seperated from the data store.

Sure, it is not ready for primetime, but I like the idea a lot.


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