You might do well to link to the new O'Reilly "Mapping Hacks" book,
which not only has a section all about OpenGuides.org BUT this
section is freely downloadable as a "Sample Hack".
You might use something like this:
For a more detailed description, see this
from the O'Reilly book
<a href="http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/mappinghks/">Mapping Hacks</a>
by Schuyler Erle, Rich Gibson and Jo Walsh.
I hope to set up a couple of these myself soon, as soon as I get the
CPAN modules into OpenBSD "package" format
(like Debian APT but done differently "because, hey, this is BSD not
ian on darwinsys period co m
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Subject: Text::WikiFormat 0.75 causes CGI::Wiki to fail tests
Date sent: Sun, 03 Jul 2005 23:48:43 +0100
I've not got to the bottom of this one yet, but 0.75 is a substantial change.
It could be the case that:
a) A CGI::Wiki or OpenGuides site using the latest T::WF will be broken.
b) The failing tests in C::W are harmless
I recommend using version 0.72 until this is fixed.
I've not yet submitted a bug report to Chromatic, as I have not debugged
the failing tests sufficiently to do so.
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Is there a FAQ or guide anywhere concerning being an OpenGuides admin?
Might be useful to have some documentation going over the
responsibilities of an admin, the best way to accomplish tasks etc. I'd
write one, but I'm kind of new to this :)
"Give me back my broken night, my secret room, my secret life; it's lonely
here, there's no-one left to torture / Give me absolute control over every
living soul, and lie beside me baby , that's an order!" - Leonard Cohen