[isf-wifidog] editing wiki pages on wifidog.org
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Subject: Re: [isf-wifidog] editing wiki pages on wifidog.org
From: Michael Lenczner <mlenczner at gmail.com>
Date: 04/17/2009 3:43 PM
I heard that things were resolved, but I still got this message today.
I managed to edit something anonymously first, but was blocked when I
tried to create a page anonymously.
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On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 9:40 AM, François Rousseau
<francois.rousseau.tech at gmail.com> wrote:
> I will look into it. I will discuss with the right person. The
> sysadmin can of course change the settings but I need talk with few
> people before.
> On 4/14/09, Michael Lenczner <mlenczner at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Who would be the right person to answer this question? Not sure if
>> this is a developer question or just a sysadmin question to alter the
>> preferences. I would assume that it's the former.
>> On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 1:13 PM, Sylvain Carle <scarle at praizedmedia.com>
>>>> I'm still confused about being able to edit wiki pages on wifidog.org.
>>>> Wiki pages have "edit" buttons but attempts to edits seem to be
>>>> stopped (through an spam warning). I seem to remember 2 years ago I
>>>> was told that the only way to edit pages was to have a login and that
>>>> was only given to people that had the right to commit code. Someone
>>>> created an account for me, but that doesn't really address my need.
>>>> My goal is to gather some of the discussion that has taken place on
>>>> the wifidog v2 thread and put it in the wiki so that we can use to
>>>> move forward with the decisions. So my desire is not to have the
>>>> right to do that myself, but to ensure that anyone (principally people
>>>> on this listserve) can add resources and suggestions on a desired
>>>> feature set. Whether people have to register and login or not isn't a
>>>> problem, as long as that is clearly explained and easy to do).
>>>> I can always open up a wiki page somewhere else online, and collect
>>>> that information and forward the url to people on this list, but that
>>>> is obviously a secondary solution.
>>>> Sorry if this is a dumb question...
>>> Not a dumb question (or we are both dumb), I went thru that exact
>>> process in the last few days. We should provide easier wiki access to
>>> users that can contribute something else than code to the project, I am
>>> all for opening these access to people that asks for it. I know there's
>>> a few others lined up to contribute to the effort of a new wifidog
>>> version, mostly ideas and collecting/organizing them, I don't see why we
>>> should do that elsewhere than on the wiki on dev.wifidog.org (unless
>>> someone has a good reason not to and can explain it to me).
>>> Sylvain Carle
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