Hello. As it has now become my itch, I've started working on separating out
installation of the OpenGuides modules from setup of an Open Guide. I'm
basing it on the way that CGI::Wiki::Kwiki works.
If you have a better way to do it, and either:
a) your way is less hassle (for me) than my way, or
b) you are willing to do the work your way, and plan to do so within the
next few months,
then please let me know. Otherwise I'll carry on with this. For the
time being, I won't be committing this to OpenGuides svn trunk. I can
commit it in a branch if someone would like to send me absolutely
idiot-proof instructions for doing so.
 CGI::Wiki::Kwiki can be found on search.cpan.org - it's almost certainly
quicker for you to go and have a look at it yourself than for me to try to
summarise how it works.
I'm not able to attend, but if anyone else is interested in doing so,
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Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2008 16:06:25 -0400
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I'm the Program Chair for WikiSym '08, the Fourth International ACM
Symposium on Wikis.
I'd very much like you to consider writing a paper, a short paper, or
proposing a panel discussion for this year's WikiSym. There's still
plenty of time before the May 3 deadline! And don't overlook the
opportunity for demos — a superb way to introduce new ideas and new
techniques to the best wiki minds and the most active wiki
developers. Posters and demos can be submitted as late as June 11th.
Submissions will be carefully reviewed — I'm very proud of this year's
distinguished program committee -- and I'm looking forward to an
exceptionally strong and exciting program.
http://www.wikisym.org/index.php?p=19 call for papers
Porto is a delightful place, ideal for a working conference like
WikiSym: modern, comfortable, interesting, and refreshing. It has
excellent connections with a range of discount air carriers, and it's
a short and easy flight from the East coast of the US and Canada.
We're even planning to take this year's OpenSpace program out into the
city as a WikiWalk, in addition to the exciting new WikiFest event for
starting and cultivating new wikis.
I am especially interested in strengthening ties between wiki
scholarship and practice, and between theoretical work in WIki culture
and business Wiki work. I do hope you and your colleagues will
consider submitting to the program, and I'd be happy to answer any
questions that might arise, or to lend and advice I can.
Finally, if your organization would benefit from building a stronger
and more active wiki community, helping to sponsor scholarly
conferences like ACM WikiSym can give you exceptional leverage. Even
prestigious and selective conferences like WikiSym — sponsored by ACM,
in cooperation with SIGWeb — are run on a shoestring, and sponsorships
of only a few hundred dollars or euros can make a very real
difference, and evoke very real gratitude from the community. Again,
feel free to let me know if you'd like to explore this.
program chair, WikiSym '08
Mark Bernstein bernstein@eastgate,com (617) 924-9044
Eastgate Systems, Inc. http://www.eastgate.com (800) 562-1638
134 Main St. http://tekka.net/
Watertown MA 02472 USA http://markBernstein.org
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Hello. Apparently the OpenGuides project is five years old this month. We
should have a meetup! Is anyone willing to cat-herd for this? If not, then
I will do it, but I'm really quite busy at the moment so it would be lovely
if someone else could. All you need to do is find a date some time in the
next few months that as many people as possible can make (and it would be
best if it's one that me, Dom, Ivor, and Earle can all manage), choose
between Oxford and London, and then ask Dom (Oxford) or me (London) to pick
If you've been wondering what you can do for the project, this is something!