The recent talk on this wiki
Our talk is a set of day-pages. What is a day-page?
To add to the talk click add to today's talk.
Or click a day in the talk-calendar or the date / time on top of a day-entry to open the page. If not yet in edit-mode go to edit this page to the right.
Migration to the diki-wiki-hive soon
The sand-diki will soon migrate to the
We need DikiWiki:EnDikiCenter/Talk so we can talk about diki.
The mother page of a day-page set has “Pages” in the end of the CamelCase? title (or - like in French - in the beginning of it: PagesBavardage?. Both variations can be searched for, see DayPageSandWiki:DayPageSets).
That’s one good thing about wikis. You can come back after a while and they still work.
diki-hive - someone has another idea?
in the InterMap still misses
MattisManzel: Alex, it looks like I need a new line for “journal” to apend the time-stamped day-pages in the sequence dddd-dd-dd_00h00_DayPageSetName?. I tried around a bit but didn’t accidentially hit the right name.
<journal 30 "^\d\d\d\d-\d\d-\d\d_\dh\d_Blog">
ain’t it at least.
problem solved with
MattisManzel: Gotta find back into the ideas from spring written down here, it was all very raw back then. I’ve still got this feeling of a big potential behind having a feed for every single contribution to a wiki and a precise time-stanp in the title of the page it’s stored on. It’s being able to “remix” the entire stream-of-contiousnes that blows over the bending crop-field of wikilandia.
Alex, this behaves strange here. Trying to save as it is now above, I get bearbeiten verboten. Inserting a blanc line in it I can save it, I can even remove the blanc line afterwards. Single paragraph contributions on first save should be possible ;) … I understand “Use more than one line” now. Completely knocked me off. I understand better about “bleeding-edge”, too.
Mattis I like the Alex TalkPages.
MattisManzel: Note that the current fact that new entries here still add on top changes the behavior. Xtof said hello and to answer on it I wrote on the same time-stamped day-page. I naturally wanted to add my text below xtofs text. I would have used the add present talk function if it would have been at the end and that’s the idea: every contribution on a single page.
Every contributribution on a single page. Sounds funny, I admit. Sounds as if things get more complicated and as if performance’d slow down. I dont’t know, but something tells me that it’s just the other way around. This is like a “section edit”.
You don’t have to search endless wiki-pages in edit mode anymore to find the bloody typo you are willing to fix.
About traffic: It transfers some data to read the page. Just as if it would be all on one single wiki-page. Maybe a little more as it’s constructed from several pages now. But when I edit it: isn’t it far less data to transfer? A small page if I write something new or a small page if I correct something on somebody else’s contribution instead of the whole long wiki-page? Hm, I wonder.
Answer on a single page, please. even if it feels strange and still adds on the top.
When I want to edit the existing tread-mode (not when I want to add a new day-page to it and neither when I want to edit the basic wiki-page - which is document-mode only, remember) I have to click twice instead of once. I have to open the time-stamped day-page and click edit. Maybe we could insert edit into the header of the time-stamped day-pages to be able to edit them directly?
The three orange
They should be at the end of today’s talk, above yesterday’s talk. Best would be if add talk would also be there. If there is a lot of talk, scrolling up to find add talk is annoying.
Imagine page collection for 2006-05-18 with
at the end and you’ve got.
ooo - thinking goes on on oddwiki-hive: 2006-05-20.
xtof: Bonjour Mattis, currently trying to understand the diki-concept !
xtof :trying to understant the Test in french !
MattisManzel: The point is that later posts should add at the end of a day - but they still add on top. Only new days should add on top.
But it looks like it should be possible to make it work.
It allready works fine in the page collection for 2006-05-18 <== click here in case you see later entries on top!