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  • I'd like to see it in action. The only perl wiki know is the excellent usemod wiki [usemod.com]. Does your plugin have more features?
    • The tireless tester Jesse Hirsh [openflows.org] has a demo up on his Slash site. I'll do him the service of not linking directly, but you can find it if you poke around.

      I use the Perl QA wiki, which (I believe) uses usemod, and Slash Wiki is comparable. It doesn't yet support diffs (though that wouldn't be difficult) or collision detection (somewhat trickier). The templating system and database backend make Slash Wiki a little safer and more flexible, in my opinion. (I'd say the article serves as better developer documentation, too. :)

      • by an_mo (2856) on Monday January 21 2002, @03:31AM (#4058) Journal
        I haven't had time to check it but I am interested in helping development. For one thing, I hope you have created a slash box with recentchanges and wantedpages which make a very nice slash/wiki integration