Re: [wmii] guide links updated

From: Thomas Gallen <>
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008 10:13:56 -0400

I think it's quite nice. Being able to edit a bunch of pages, view
changed files, review a diff, then revert file changes if needed all
from the command line (if I so choose) is quite convenient. I also
like being able to edit a large number of pages in VIM and manage the
changes in mercurius and as I prefer the command line, this is
probably the least obtrusive method for me to edit the wiki.

Though I admit that since I liked git based wiki solutions as well,
I may be a bit biased.


On Mon, Aug 18, 2008 at 01:52:19PM +0100, Anselm R Garbe wrote:
> 2008/8/17 <>:
> > who are these others besides kris? did they update stuff on this
> > hgikiriki yet? it doesnt seem so to me. i used to correct and update
> > small parts of the old wiki, but that hg shit goes much too far.
> I think you haven't tried or understood how hgiki works. If you pull
> wmii source code using hg, there is no reason not to contribute to the
> wiki using hg. IMHO it's even much better than any other wiki I used
> before, because everyone can define the structure, the content, and
> even prevent conflicts with your favorite tools of choice.
> Kind regards,
> --Anselm
Received on Mon Aug 18 2008 - 14:13:56 UTC

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