While I won't argue with the usefulness of a wiki, in my experience they're not
good for new users but are very useful to people who use them regularly.
I don't think something that will save directly to sf.net's CVS would be very
since I'm pretty sure that would require leaving a private ssh key with access
our CVS open to the 'nobody' apache user.
I use PmWiki on my personal web site and PhpWiki at work. PmWiki is nice because
it'll run just from the file system with normal unix diff files and has a nice
featuer set. PhpWiki runs off a database and sf.net does supply mysql or I think
it'll make a berkleydb, but that's just more to deal with. Both have great
on their own sites (PhpWiki is even running on sf.net already):
I've also installed KWiki (minimal, perl, not very feature-rich but does it the
and TWiki (perl, does everything you can think of and more, plus has plugins).
probably still be using TWiki if I coulda converted that PhpWiki to it easier.
If I had to pick one feature to find in a wiki for HtmlUnit it would be good
source code highlighting. Anything with it out of the box will likely be
java so it'll be looking for a plugin as well as a wiki (MoinMoin and TWiki are
where I'd start looking). I'll browse around when I get some time but I'm being
pulled back to C++ land for a few days so it might be a while.
--- Mike Bowler <[email protected]> wrote:
> Erskine, Chris wrote:
> > Is there any chance that we could get a Wiki that would allow users to put
> > examples on using htmlunit. I agree with Jan that having more examples
> > would be good but this is not something that should really fall on the
> > developers.
> I was actually looking at wiki's last week to see if there was one that
> we could easily put on the site :-)
> moinmoin looks promising but I haven't actually got around to trying it
> yet. I'd prefer to use a wiki that allows us to store the content in
> cvs as we're guarenteed that we won't lose the data that way. I don't
> know if sourceforge backs up the content on their web servers.
> If anyone has the time to experiment then I'd love to have an HtmlUnit wiki.
> Mike Bowler
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