Content from the old wiki to the new wiki
adrian.cockcroft at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 20:50:08 CET 2007
I added the ETel conference to the Events page. Sean Moss-Pulz is on
the agenda with OpenMoko, Surj Patel and Matt Hamrick of Tuxphone and
the homebrew club are also presenting, I'll be there...
On 2/18/07, Richard Bennett <richard.bennett at skynet.be> wrote:
> On Sunday 18 February 2007 17:19, Ole Tange wrote:
> > > Ok, I moved the FOSDEM article.
> > >
> > > I created a new section ' FIC / OpenMoko at Events' on the new wiki to
> > > allow grouping all events together.
> > I would think it might be better put under
> > http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Current_events
> Except that that page is not linkled from the front page, that I can see.
> Could the Current_events page be set to show its 5 first items on the
> frontpage ? (I'd use the views module if this was Drupal).
> I added [[Category:events]] to both pages to tie them together for a start.
> > > How would I go about making a category 'events' so all events can be
> > > shown on a page grouped together, and the URL would become
> > > .../wiki/events/FOSDEM ?
> > A category is added using: [[Category:FOO]]. It will not create the
> > URL, but it will make it easy to make pages like:
> > http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Category:Ideas
> Ok, I used [[Category:events]] . It's irritating the way the wiki changes the
> capitalization all the time, reminds me of windows...
> > Events are typically date centered. Would it be feasible to change all
> > event titles, so they start with the start date in ISO8601:
> > YYYY-MM-DD? Then the category page would show events in calendar
> > order.
> > 2007-02-23 FOSDEM
> > 2007-03-15 Pingwinaria 2007
> I tried that, by moving the current page, but the category links don't get
> updated, and I moved the main page first by accident (and moved it back), so
> in the end I left it like that.
> > > The Search function doesn't seem to work at all.
> > That is a bad bug report.
> If you search for NEO you get no results, so I thought it didn't work at all.
> Now it seems it only searches the titles of pages, not the content, even after
> selecting all the checkboxes in 'preferences'.
> Maybe that's by design, but then 'Search Title' would be a better description.
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