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[Discuss] wiki suggestion?
- Subject: [Discuss] wiki suggestion?
- From: bill at horne.net (Bill Horne)
- Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2014 23:03:34 -0400
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On 7/31/2014 10:50 PM, John Abreau wrote: > Wikipedia is based on mediawiki, which I haven't used myself, but I > understand it's generally a good choice. Mediawiki is a good choice for open-content, publicly accessible wikis, provided you have enough data to justify the overhead. Keep in mind that Mediawiki is the engine of Wikipedia, as John mentioned: it's built to handle large amounts of data and large numbers of users. Also, it cannot be made to delivery content to a restricted audience: the documentation specifically warns against trying to do that, even though plugins are available which claim to make it possible. FWIW. Bill -- E. William Horne William Warren Consulting 339-364-8487
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