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Re: Website

Postby oln » 27 Mar 2011, 19:09

Yeah, we just have to make sure to load the nescessary javascript/css files for the different apps.
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 05 Apr 2011, 12:34

Another alternative, which could make things easier is to set up a cms that does come with a wiki, such as tikiwiki, and then transfer over the stuff from the mediawiki page to the new system.
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 08 Apr 2011, 13:20

Tikiwiki can actually also import data from mediawiki, so I suggest we give it a try.
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Re: Website

Postby svenskmand » 08 Apr 2011, 14:04

Give it a try, but do not trash the old wiki before we can confirm that everything works :)

It is also a good time to do a backup of the wiki, we have not done that since we moved it to SF.
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 08 Apr 2011, 16:02

I've set it up at http://opendungeons.sourceforge.net/new/. Needs some theming work.
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Re: Website

Postby svenskmand » 08 Apr 2011, 16:33

Ok you have the parts I made for the theme, just say if you need me to do something :)

I cannot log in by the way did you import the stuff from the old wiki?
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 08 Apr 2011, 16:34

Didn't import anything yet. Will have to create new users. (When I have fixed the email sending)

EDIT: Fixed email, will fix permissions later.
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Re: Website

Postby svenskmand » 09 Apr 2011, 11:37

So is it working out as you expect it to? Can we use it for both website and wiki?
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 09 Apr 2011, 12:23

After everything is ported I'll have a look into the theming. Never worked with tiki, but if it only comes down to finding a good base template and changing some css it should be not much work.
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 10 Apr 2011, 12:46

svenskmand wrote:So is it working out as you expect it to? Can we use it for both website and wiki?

Seems so yes, seems a bit slow at times though, though that could just be the server.
I've been away for 2 days, so haven't gotten around to fixing stuff. I can give you guys the admin login if you want to tinker with it.
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 13 Apr 2011, 11:50

I suggest we get a basic skin with the OD icons/panels up (and fix the menus, rss for the news etc. ) on the page and them move the data over from the old wiki, to make it ready for the next release. Then we can make a more proper theme later instead of delaying the release because of this.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 12:02

I can't log in. Did you move the accounts from MediaWiki? Or do I have to first register on tiki?
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 13 Apr 2011, 12:05

I did not move any accounts. It is possible, but I am not sure whether I should bother doing it or not. If you register, I will give you administration rights.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 12:07

OK, I registered.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 14:41

Just taking a look at tiki... Not very admin-friendly, IMHO, but it provides all needed feature, so it's good.
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 13 Apr 2011, 15:00

The admin panel is a bit... messy :p
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 15:12

I'm currently working my way through it. I created a new menu and did set some options.The custom header should display the big logo instead of the small logo + normal text (do I have to upload site pictures somewhere within tiki or directly to Sourceforge ftp?).
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 13 Apr 2011, 15:13

You probably have to upload it with ftp. Though, it might already be there.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 15:36

Is GeSHi (http://qbnz.com/highlighter/) for tiki wiki already installed? The syntax highlighting doesn't work for me.
The php file only needs to be copied into "libs/geshi" to work. Everything thing else should work automatically.

edit: tikiwiki should have a _htaccess file in its root. Can someone with access right rename it to .htaccess? Then I can enable clean urls (removing the "tiki-index-php" from the urls, just like we know it from other wikis that use clean urls).
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 13 Apr 2011, 16:09

Haven't installed geshi.
Thought I had changed the htaccess file, I'll check. By the way, I think you do have shell access.

EDIT .htaccess is fixed now, there was a bogus symbol in the filename.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 16:11

I enabled it, but then tiki gave me 404's. Oh, didn't knew I had shell access (thought you need to be project admin?). I'll check that out.

edit: Astonishing, I really can upload stuff to OD. Didn't knew that. Currently uploading geshi.
edit2: geshi (and with it syntax highlighting) works.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 19:23

I transfered the coding guidelines and did some smaller changes here and there.

Tikiwiki has it's own bugtracker system. Should we use this instead of trac? Then we had one more application in the new central place (and personally, I don't like Trac anyway).
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Re: Website

Postby oln » 13 Apr 2011, 19:33

I have also been thinking about that, having the tracker there would make things more unified. Also, tiki has a mediawiki importer that I was planning on using, so we don't have to transfer stuff manually.
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Re: Website

Postby StefanP.MUC » 13 Apr 2011, 19:36

OK, then I'll set up the tracker.

I looked for an MW importer, too, but I couldn't find one.

edit: I did set up the tracker. linked it from the Development page.

edit2: the problem with clean urls seems to be that "You need to set Prevent special characters in page names", but this option doesn't exist... Tiki 6.3 was released some hours ago, maybe it was fixed there. The htaccess on the server was a wrog one, I uploaded the correct one.
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Re: Website

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