It's nice to see the redirects working again :).
However, one thing just struck me. Since the old page is passed into CGI as param old_id, this could be used to make "Show pages linking" show all pages pointing to the original page.
This is posted to the London list, as I think that the "Show pages linking" is London template specific.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: openguides-london-bounces(a)openguides.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Rev Simon
> Sent: 06 July 2005 14:29
> To: openguides-london(a)openguides.org
> Subject: [OpenGuides-London] Simon's guide to London food
Seeing the subject, I thought this was a reference to another Simon's
mailing list about London food: http://thegestalt.org/london.food/
> I was thinking of starting a node that describes my favourite
> places to
> eat in London. This would be, obviously, more subjective than what
> should be in the restaurant nodes themselves.
> How should I do this? A category?
I don't think we should encourage polluting category unduly.
> And how should it be linked in? Perhaps we should have a category of
> "personal guides" or something?
I would suggest putting them on your home node, or perhaps creating a node
[[Shermozle/food]], perhaps in category personal recommendations
You could also tag each recommendation with a link to [[Shermozle/food]].
You could then query "show pages linking here".
I was playing around with this in the Grubstreet days. On a copy of the wiki,
I set up [[IvorW/Recommends]], and using links to generate a reverse index on this.
Nothing's set in concrete. If you want to try something, have a go.
I was thinking of starting a node that describes my favourite places to
eat in London. This would be, obviously, more subjective than what
should be in the restaurant nodes themselves.
How should I do this? A category?
And how should it be linked in? Perhaps we should have a category of
"personal guides" or something?
On 6/7/2005, "IvorW" <ivorw-openguides(a)xemaps.com> wrote:
>... which itself I had some mixed feelings about.
As someone who was dead against the Sydney games, I changed my tune when
it finally came around. The "Olypmic Family" is at best
disfunctional, at worst utterly corrupt. The games themselves, however,
were amazing, inclusive and great fun.
>But, I wonder what kind of services OpenGuides can offer by 2012.
>Should we make OGL multilingual?
Difficult to do well without lots of interest from people willing to
>Should we increase our sporting content?
Quite likely. There will undoubtedly be plenty of excellent information
on other sites. Perhaps some method of linking the Olympics sites with
information about places around them?
>Should we get sponsored/go commercial?
Don't see why.
Anyone know what London's demonstration sport will be?
... which itself I had some mixed feelings about.
But, I wonder what kind of services OpenGuides can offer by 2012.
Should we make OGL multilingual?
Should we increase our sporting content?
Should we get sponsored/go commercial?