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RE: [Gnu-arch-users] Reason for strange wiki updates?

From: Parker, Ron
Subject: RE: [Gnu-arch-users] Reason for strange wiki updates?
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 17:50:38 -0500

> From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden

> > 1. Can someone change the title from "An Unnamed MoinMoin 
> > Wiki" to something else? It's getting a bit irritating 
> > seeing it in every update email and on every window title.
> Somebody was nice enough to provide instructions on exactly how to fix
> that. To show my appreciation, I promptly turned around and lost them.
> I'm still looking for them.

It wasn't me, but a previous off-list mail points in the same direction.

> From: Parker, Ron 

> > From: James Blackwell [mailto:address@hidden

> > > How about turning on page_license_enabled and setting the 
> > > page_license_page to point to an actual copy of the GNU 
> > > GPL v. 2.0?  Then, lock the page pointed to by the 
> > > page_license_page.

> > This sounds doable. 
> > 
> > Where exactly do I make these two settings?

> I believe all of these settings are in the 
> file, which is usually in the same directory as moin.cgi.

The sitename setting can be found in the same file.  It is what is needed to
change "An Unnamed MoinMoin Wiki".

> > > with MoinMoin, but I think it should also be possible to 
> > > place a link to the license in HTML markup of 
> > > page_footer1 or page_footer2.  That way there is a
> > > link on each page and the license is directly tied to the 
> > > submission.

> > When I looked at the index of all pages, I didn't see 
> > page_footer1 or page_footer2. Am I looking in the right 
> > place? 


The wiki is almost self documenting

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