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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Using org-mode and git to make a wiki

From: Tim O'Callaghan
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Using org-mode and git to make a wiki
Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2009 19:20:24 +0200

I've been poking about for something like this and i think the closest
solution is something called wigit (http://el-tramo.be/software/wigit)

I've not had a chance to do anything about it yet, but it is
essentially a "wiki rendering engine php" file, and and a "git backed
wiki markup edting php" file. I'm guessing it would not be much to
re-work the markup rendering engine to render .org files. Of course
the agenda functionality and such is a different kettle of fish...

A thing called quickie might also worth mentioning as a webserver
based org-rendering engine (http://quickie.sourceforge.net/) for those
that have the time to play with it.


2009/6/22 Sebastian Rose <address@hidden>:
> Bastien <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hi David,
>> Matthew Lundin <address@hidden> writes:
>>> So the good news is: You can already do everything you mention with
>>> org-mode and git. Just clone a bare repository somewhere and allow
>>> others to push and pull from it.
>> I second Matthew on this.  All the wiki-like features you mentioned can
>> be "emulated" with Emacs + Org-mode + a distributed versioning system.
> Hm - suppose your not at home, but abroad or working somewhere and you
> a) have internet access to your files through a browser only,
> b) use one of those cheep hosting packadges out there.
> How about editing *.org pages like this:
>  - http://www.yvoschaap.com/instantedit/
>    (click anywhere and edit the text inline)
>  - http://jqueryui.com/demos/datepicker/
>  - http://dojocampus.org/explorer/#Dijit_Inline Edit Box_Auto Save
>  - ...
> What you need then, is an engine, that displays *.org files as HTML on
> the fly, creates locks as needed (concurrent edits), authorization and
> storage. In adition, one could use emacs + git/mtn/whatever to edit the
> wiki in her favourite editor (org-protocol://open-source://).
> I'd love to have a simple run-everywhere solution at hand (my laptop has
> died lately...).
>   Sebastian
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