Mister.Ed at AgoraCart.com
Wed Jan 4 16:12:43 MST 2006
Tyler Strickland wrote:
> After looking at most of the blog and wiki software out there, I chose
> MediaWiki for my wiki and WordPress for my blog. I like each in its own
> realm - a wiki for organized storage of linked data; a blog for, well, a
> blog. To my knowledge, both allow you to setup user restrictions for
> posting and editing content. Both run with a MySQL backend for data
> storage. Both can be customized fairly easily.
> For a FAQ, I would probably recommend a wiki, myself, since you're going
> to have much more freedom in your page layout and formatting than with a
> blog. Most blog software just wouldn't be able to handle the
> organizational requirements most FAQ's require.
Thanks for the advice. I have installed wordpress and serendipity
blog wise and like both of those. MediaWiki looks great. I just need to
get the syntax down and also the normal process of finding the layout
files. Looks like it's going to do the trick fer me ... errr, I mean
for me ... on this particular project.
Thanks to those folks that made recommendations... mucho appreciated
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