I am new to Tikiwiki — not so to wikis, as I have been using a MoinMoin "knockoff" known as MoniWiki at AmalakiMoniwikiOnline.
Actually, I had found Tikiwiki too difficult to install when I tried an earlier version of it. This was when I was looking at Open Source Content Management, as part of a search for greater understanding of Information Architecture.
I first had looked at PhpNuke (Most likely, the best known and most popular, Open Source CMS), the more powerful PostNuke, etc. Eventually, I settled on Drupal because it offers a taxonomy. And, yes, I know that there is more to CMS than categories!
I took a second look at Tikiwiki when the KDE Community Wiki Site chose it.
I wanted to comment on UserPageDamian
. I very much appreciated the help he provided to me when I visit #tikiwiki on the Freenode IRC network. His enthusiasm for Tikiwiki
is contagious, even more than his enthusiasm for Kendall mint cakes!
I wanted to comment on UserPageMose
. I very much appreciated the help he provided to me when I visit #tikiwiki on the Freenode IRC network. He has very good intuition when it comes to troubleshooting; and, for a mutated troll, he was actually quite pleasant.
Thanks to djnz
(Paul) for explaining to me why it is helpful
when upgrading on a shared host to work with three copies rather than two.
A great big thanks to UserPagemglunny
for helping me with SQLite
. At this time, the improvement seems only peripherally related to Tikiwiki, i.e., it helps me run SoupyBot. Nonetheless, one never knows, does one?
I usually go by ktest on #tikiwiki.
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