I have spotted a rather long URL at
This rather messes the format of the page - at least under Firefox the
"frame" (is there a proper name for this) stretches to fit the long URL.
This leads me to wonder
- is or should there be a standard way of representing MAP
references. I would prefer the grid ref to the postcode and certainly
- could the underlying software provide a built in map ref construct.
- could the software truncate a long URL when displaying on teh screen.
If you search for c2c you get a rather eclectic list of places.
Curiously those that score 2 are not relevant (unless I miss something)
# Kentish Town Station (score: 2)
# Liverpool Street Station (score: 2)
# Thurrock Lakeside (score: 2)
# Gloucester Road (score: 2)
# Category Tube (score: 2)
# Natural History Museum (score: 2)
# Kensington Central Library, W8 7RX (score: 1)
# Cable Street (score: 1)
# Limehouse Station (score: 1)
# Fenchurch Street Station (score: 1)
# London, Tilbury And Southend Line (score: 1)
# Upminster Station (score: 1)
I am interested in running a Wiki and am perplexed by the range of Wikis
My preference would be to use one where I know people involved.
I am rather confused about the boundary between Openguides software and
If I want to run a Wiki that is not actually an guide , would Openguides
software help me or just give me an overhead I didn't need. Conversely
does CGI::Wiki work by itself or does it need other software to make it
Another way of asking this might be - is there benefit in me testing the
install procedure of Openguides even if I don't need all the
functionality of Openguides at this moment. I am running on Debian.
If there is a more suitable list/forum on which to discuss this, please
let me know.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: openguides-london-bounces(a)openguides.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Rev Simon
> Sent: 06 January 2005 17:16
> To: Discussion of the Open Guide to London.
> Subject: Re: [OpenGuides-London] Template bug
> This one time, at band camp, IvorW wrote:
> > This is London specific, as far as I can tell.
> Version-specific, perhaps?
The templates on the London site have been hacked by Earle.
The Kakemirror site has the originals