Sorry guys, for the uber-newbie question: but how do I get rid of
duplicate pages that I created. :/
Don't want to seem like I'm spamming.
I'm on the London open guide directory (1st contact jobs duplicated like
5 times (!) )
Hi there folks.
Given the only activity in the last six months on my Openguide has been
spam, I'm going to retire it. If anyone would like the database, I can
Anything more I'll need to do?
Simon Rumble <simon(a)rumble.net>
OpenGuides 0.65 has just been released, containing a few minor fixes,
and support for read-only guides.
It's available on CPAN and in Debian unstable (if not now, in a few hours).
SHA1: d7a613434ee0a26b0bbb641c8be0491b225d7740 OpenGuides-0.65.tar.gz
MD5 : 92376d4dbfb7c2f72dc3bf24e4d95a80 OpenGuides-0.65.tar.gz
The development cycle from 0.64 to 0.65 included 11 commits closing 6
Full changelog follows:
0.65 28 February 2010
Fix some more broken POD and add POD unit test (#268)
Don't display revision info for nodes that don't exist (#193)
Return HTTP 404 status when displaying a node that doesn't exist (#102)
Add Recent Changes tests (refers to #270)
Some test cleanups (#271)
Add read_only config option to turn off edits on a guide
Dominic Hargreaves | http://www.larted.org.uk/~dom/
PGP key 5178E2A5 from the.earth.li (keyserver,web,email)
I decided to have a quick play with some backups to see if I can get
the Southampton open guide back up and running.
Looks like it's at 0.47, and the DB schema is different (this install
is from when CGI::Wiki was required).
Is there a guide or reference I can use to upgrade the DB?
Daniel Alexander Smith
School of Electronics and Computer Science
University of Southampton