[SciPy-dev] Question regarding the configuration of MoinMoin
Tue Jun 26 03:52:25 CDT 2007
The Cookbook is not a separate wiki, it's part of the SciPy wiki
The external appearance is due to the Sinorca4Moin theme
The access control is governed by acl_rights_before and
acl_rights_default settings in wikiconfig.py See
You are welcome to write me directly if you feel the topic is not
appropriate for the entire list.
On 6/26/07, Andreas Flöter <Andreas.Floeter@web.de> wrote:
> Since I have asked to people directly maybe somebody on the mailing list might
> help me.
> I have seen the http://www.scipy.org/Cookbook moinmoin based wiki and I find
> it very appealing. Since I tried to set up a moinmoin I found some topics not
> so easy to resolve. Yet setting up moinmoin is a straight forward task but
> getting some "extra" things to work seems to me not so easy, e.g.
> - the style applied to the Cookbook looks like the modern style yet it seems
> to be different; I like the Cookbook style better. Is there information
> available about the structure of the pages, macros, page templates,
> CSS, etc. which are used for it?
> - the navigation menu is very attractive. I found that one can get lost very
> easily by a default wiki. Are templates used for Cookbook? How is the
> menu generated? Is there an automatism to generate menu information
> from categories and/or title information of pages?
> - what kind of "extras" is Cookbook using, e.g. macros, actions, templates,
> etc. and for which purpose?
> - what kind of authorisation model is applied? Anonymous users are not
> allowed to edit the pages. I am looking for a similar scheme where only
> certain user who are logged in can modify the pages.
> You see that I have a couple of questions. If you could provide me with some
> iinformation how Cookbook is working and setup I would very much appreciate
> your help.
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