[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: 06 July 2005 14:29
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
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.