ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Tue Jun 22 07:47:36 MEST 2004
having a persistence mechanism for smallWiki would be excellent. We are
aware of that but we
did not find the time.
The news from SmallWiki are:
- We would like to integrate the new security model we have.
- We hope to have a new version of SmallWiki working on top of Seaside.
We will discuss than this friday. Ideally we hope to have something on
by the end of the first week of July.
On 22 juin 04, at 01:09, Ralph Johnson wrote:
> It appears to me that the only SmallWiki persistence mechanism
> so far is to save the entire image. Is that correct? I'd like
> a persistence mechanism a bit more like that of WikiWorks.
> Having used WikiWorks for a long time, I'd like to improve upon it.
> In particular, file names should be meaningful, and all the versions
> of a page should be stored in one file. It should be easy to delete
> past history. The file format should make the system very tolerant
> of crashes. It should be plain text and easy to edit with any text
> wiki.cs.uiuc.edu has 33 wikis on it. Most of them are small, but at
> least three of them have several thousand pages apiece. The image
> is over 100 meg, since all pages are stored in memory (like SmallWiki).
> When the machine pages, I will buy more memory. It gets several hits
> a second, all day long. It runs for several months between reboots.
> I need a persistence mechanism that can handle this.
> -Ralph Johnson
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