[ubuntu-us-in] higher education
computers at corfyscorner.com
Fri Jan 25 15:40:15 GMT 2008
Wikis usually aren't designed to have portions that are password
protected. Occasionally, you will see a site that will make you log in
before you can see any part of the wiki, and many sites require you to
log in order to edit the wiki, but you usually can't password protect
certain areas of a wiki.
Jason "Corfy" Corfman
Daniel Dunn wrote:
> We already have a members section on the wiki -
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IndianaTeam -
> Why can't we just modify this section?
> Can we create a password protected members only section on the wiki?
> Just some ideas...
> On Jan 25, 2008 7:02 AM, Scott Howard <scottdhoward at gmail.com
> <mailto:scottdhoward at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I am curious if there is anyone else that works for a higher
> education institution and which institution? I would also be
> interested to know what role you have? For instance: I am a
> supervisor of computer operations at Trinity College and
> Theological Seminary in Newburgh, Indiana.
> I would like to spend a little more time talking with others that
> are in the same industry as I am in order to keep a good grip on
> whats going on outside of just my place of employment. Magazines
> and blogs can be beneficial but I believe that it can be helpful
> to talk back and forth one on one as well.
> I wonder if we would even want to put together a list of members
> and what there profession is as well as there place of employment
> and email address.
> Is there anyone else that would even be interested in that or not?
> It would kinda be neat to see what the statistics are of Ubuntu
> members on where they work, what they do, and what region they live?
> Scott Howard
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