Best way to run a Swiki
guzdial at cc.gatech.edu
Thu Jan 4 14:58:29 UTC 2001
Torsten, you're right. We're now trying to set up
http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/swiki to be the single place to get
Comanche and Swiki. There are pre-packaged downloads for Windows and
Mac there now. We'll try to update all other sources to point to
At 4:08 PM +0100 1/3/01, Torsten.Bergmann at phaidros.com wrote:
>I've tested the default PWS that comes with Squeak and a Comanche
>Package I've found at http://comanche.swiki.net. I'm a little bit
>irritated by different implementations, changesets, websites and
>I want to run an own local Swiki for personal informations.
>It should look similar to the Squeak Discussion Swiki, Swiki's at Swiki.net
>or Swikis at gatech.edu and should support most of their functionality.
>Which files do I need to run such a swiki ? Is there a general
>package I can install into Squeak ? What's actually the best
>Swiki implementation with the most functionality ? Is it possible to use
>the implementations with an updated alpha image?
>Can I have Frameset support like on Swiki.net ?
>Is there any work going on on having PWS as comanche module or interfacing
>comanche to databases?
Mark Guzdial : Georgia Tech : College of Computing : Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
Associate Professor - Learning Sciences & Technologies.
Collaborative Software Lab - http://coweb.cc.gatech.edu/csl/
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