Re: Recommendations for a Ruby Wiki, preferably with bidi su

From: Bil K. [mailto:[email protected]]

Matt L. wrote:

Any suggestion on the best way to add some type of login and
authentication?

For an internal wiki?! What type of employees do you have?

FWIW, at my company we use OpenWiki internally (with a bunch of
hacked-on additions). When using IE, it’s very nice that it uses your NT
login with auto-login as your authenticated user name.

Every edit is associated with a real known user, and the system also
keeps track of the last time each user viewed a particular page.
(Helpful to see if someone is making comments on a document but they
haven’t looked at it in 10 revisions.)

Authentication (for us) is not so much about authorization as it is
identification.

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