Hello folks, We're proud to announce the first version of Riki, -yet another- a wiki using Engines. It started from an Engine-ification of the latest version from i2, from a while ago, and since then more functionality has been added, to become what it is now: a fairly usable wiki. So far for the promo talk. More motivation for "why Riki?" can be found on http://smart-engines.dyndns.org/riki/, together with information on how to obtain it and install it. Riki features currently: * Multiple books, controllable from an admin page * Menu, editable from within the wiki * Import wiki from Instiki, and i2, or any Textile-based wiki * Deleting pages This will rename all links to this page to something like [page x is removed] * Renaming pages This will also rename all links to this page, preserving the name behind the pipe. * Overview of populated pages, awaiting pages, and orphaned pages and will be extended with * File upload * Login- and UserEngine * Search functionality (to come very soon) * Some more base wiki features Go ahead, and try it out, and please do send any remarks. They may be positive or negative, as long as they constructive ;-). What would be interesting is how well it serves what it (and Engines in general) is meant for: a wiki application to incorporate easily in an existing Rails application. Enjoy, Bart.
on 2006-02-03 21:00
on 2006-02-04 13:49
Excellent work Bart, it looks great :) On 2/3/06, Bart Masschelein <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Riki features currently: > * Overview of populated pages, awaiting pages, and orphaned pages > interesting is how well it serves what it (and Engines in general) is > -- * J * ~