[ubuntu-in] A new poll for Ubuntu-IN
carthik at gmail.com
Thu Mar 16 05:20:17 GMT 2006
On 3/16/06, Baishampayan Ghose <b.ghose at gnu.org.in> wrote:
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> Hello Ubunteros!
> We are soon going to get Canonical sponsored hosting for our own website
> (ubuntu-in.org). We need a wiki on our site so that we can move our own
> stuff like the TODO lists, etc. from the Ubuntu wiki to ubuntu-in.org.
> So we need to decide which wiki software to use.
I have some experience with php, having been on the WordPress
(http://wordpress.org) team for more than a couple of years. Since
february this year, the Ph.D. took priority over WordPress
development. I still maintain 20+ websites (mostly of friends, the
local LUG etc). I would love to help Ubuntu-in with setting up and
designing a website.
In my opinion, a wiki is a poor replacement for a website. A website
may have a wiki as a part of it, but I suppose it is better for a
website to have more to it than just the wiki. As far as wikis are
concerned, I tend to think that PmWiki (opensource, php, no db) leads
the pack in ease of use, amount of control available, ease of setup
etc. I use it on my personal site. Just a thought, at a tangent,
I voted for Mediawiki, by the way ;)
> I have created a poll on our Launchpad page  where you can vote for
> your favourite wiki. The poll will be open till 19th March 23:59 IST so
> please cast your votes before that. All you need is a Launchpad account
> and you need to join the Indian Team  which is open to all in any case.
> So please vote quickly so that we can arrive on a consensus on this and
> put up the new website fast.
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> Baishampayan Ghose
> Free Software Foundation of India
> b.ghose at gnu.org.in
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