On Sat, 04 Mar 2006 00:08:27 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Paul Dickson wrote:
>A major problem with wiki FAQs is that the user must be on-line to use
>them, which can be a problem if getting on-line is the problem.
>Perhaps something like TiddlyWiki (http://www.tiddlywiki.com/
) can be
>used to get around this problem and help with other general usage of
>Fedora Core too. The only requirement would be to have firefox be part
>of the default session setup.
>No other software is needed. Only images are kept separately (in separate
>files, as usual for web pages).
>If something like this was added to FC, post-install help and FAQ's could
>be easily found.
In the short term there is a plan to start using a CMS system. Refer
. We are working on
including the end user guides and FAQ's as packages within Fedora Core
and Extras. Not sure migrating to a new wiki system is worth the effort.
fedora-websites list might be a better place for this discussion
especially if you want to get involved.
Well, TiddlyWiki is mostly for local usage. There is an addition that
adds Zope as the back-end called ZiddlyWiki (http://ziddlywiki.org/