[development] Content Type - wiki

Victor Kane victorkane at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 15:01:34 UTC 2007

Your suggestions are excellent for partitioning the wiki content, and even
leaves the door open for multiple but separate wikis on the same system.
For filtering (automatic CamelCase discovery and [[Title Discovery]] and [[
http://example.com|click here]] URL's, I have been using the freelinking
module, now also available for 5.0. I have had quite good results with it.
There was a pear-wiki module mentioned somewhere which I think supported
different wiki syntax dialects, but I have never tried it (might be more
powerful in the end).

Victor Kane

On 2/1/07, Earnie Boyd <earnie at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> In discussion of using Drupal for CMS elsewhere, I had a brainy idea as
> someone objected that Drupal didn't supply a wiki.  Thinking out the
> idea I suggested that perhaps a content type named wiki could be
> created where revisions are set and the content is published but not
> promoted where any authenticated user could edit the content.  A menu
> block named Wiki could be created to associate the nodes to.  A
> taxonomy list could be created to help find the wiki content.  Let's
> see I would need a wiki content filter to apply to WikiWiki words.
> What am I missing?  Perhaps a theme to separate the main content from
> the comments in a tabbed display similar to MediaWiki.  What else?
> Earnie
> P.S.: I know I can use third party software with Drupal, I'm trying to
> think through this simplistic idea.
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