You'd better look at twiki first before deciding on using mediawiki if
you need good a permission control. But the formatting rules in twiki
look stupid somehow.
A more general guideline for choosing wiki as a CMS can be found at:
On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 16:48:33 +0000, James Gardiner <james(a)womble.org> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 15, 2004 at 05:01:12AM -0800, Brion Vibber
You can simply call the page "English
CV" if you like, but the page's
title is going to appear just so in the URL. It's a wiki, not a general
purpose CMS, so sometimes this is a compromise.
Noted. The compromises are in the right direction.
2) I see
from the LocalSettings.php that it is possible to prevent
access to certain pages for users who are not logged in. Do I
need to list all the pages I want blocked or is it possible
to do wildcards eg internal*
Actually, you need to explicitly list all the pages you want to allow
access to. I don't really recommend using this mode, but if it does
what you want it's there...
Ah, not as usuable as I first thought. I am sure there are many
wishlists in that area.
Thanks for your swift response.
MediaWiki-l mailing list