[Seaside] SmallWiki questions

Nevin Pratt nevin at smalltalkpro.com
Sat Nov 29 07:09:56 CET 2003

Let me see if I understand this...

1. The "contents" of a SmallWiki is a combination of pages, folders, and 
2. A "page" and a "resource" are components, and a "folder" is a 
composite of those two components.
3. A "resource" is some uploaded file resource, such as a sound, a video 
clip, or a picture.

OK, what if I don't care to allow anybody to upload file resources? 
 That would leave a "page" as the only interesting component left.

And why bother having a composite (a "folder") of only one component?

In other words, if I don't care to allow people to upload files to my 
SmallWiki, why would I be interested in anything other than pages (eg, 
children of type SWPage)?


Nevin Pratt
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