On 08/27/2014 03:56 PM, Mark Reynolds wrote:

On 08/27/2014 10:33 AM, Andrey Ivanov wrote:
Hi Mark,

very nice work indeed, the new site is clear and straightforward. I have a small question about it.

With the previous site (port389.org) there was a standard wiki feature called "last 50/500 modifications during last 7/30 days". I used to click on it regularly to know when the site changed and what new pages were added or modified. It allowed me to stay informed and "in" without clicking on all the links of the site. Is it possible to bring back that sort of feature?
Excuse me!

Andrey ....

Unfortunately that feature was specific to MediaWiki(which we are no longer using), and it would require a significant amount of work to attempt to recreate it.

What I can do is grant you read access to the git repo for the new wiki.  Then you can just do a "git log" to see the latest commits.  This goes for everyone out there as well.  All you need to do is create an account on http://openshift.com, send me your username(usually an email address) so I can grant you access, and then I will send out the rest of the instructions.


Thanks again for the good job!

2014-08-25 21:59 GMT+02:00 Mark Reynolds <mareynol@redhat.com>:
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new wiki


The site has been significantly revised, and moved to a more stable environment.  The layout, content, and organization has all been improved.  Please note, you will need to revise any old bookmarks you may have, as the old ones will probably not work anymore.

Also, if you would like to add/edit content on the site you just need to file a ticket (use "wiki" as the component), add your content(preferably in MarkDown format, but not required), and we will post it.


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