Wiki Map and how to find child pages

Pasi Lallinaho pasi at
Thu May 21 18:12:18 UTC 2015

On 21/05/15 18:44, Alberto Salvia Novella wrote:
> Alberto Salvia Novella:
> > The way to index automatically is very easy and requires zero time:
> >
> > In the index page, add:
> >    <<FullSearch(CategoryQuality)>>
> >    ----
> >    CategoryCategory
> >
> > 2. In the pages you want to be indexed, add at the bottom:
> >    ----
> >    CategoryQuality
> Forgot to mention that the index must be at
> <>

This is just as much maintaining overhead as a static tree-like page,
since it involves remembering X every time you create a new page. In
addition, it will not be a tree-like structure, but a simple list.

Furthermore, there is no way to create tree-like indexes from pages with
any existing macro (read: automatic way) that is provided in the Ubuntu

Instead of creating one more page (that needs maintaining), it would
make much more sense to make all the pages more easily findable - for
those who need them. For example, the tutorials/documentation to write
new testcases are only needed by those who are willing to write those,
so it's good enough if they are easily accessible from the "Test
Writers" subpage.


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