On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 12:42 AM, Brianna Laugher
Earlier this month I gave a talk at my local Linux users group meeting
about some of the "advanced" functionality of MediaWiki, and how it
could be modified on the "wiki side" without needing a site
administrator's assistance. I thought it might be interesting to some
people on this list.
There is a video of it here: <http://blip.tv/file/1504861> It goes for
55 minutes. You can also download the video source file from that
And you can view the slides here
or download them from Wikimedia Commons here
The slides and the video are both licensed CC-BY-SA.
I would be happy to receive feedback, if you found it useful, or if
you found I said something incorrect, or if you know some useful trick
that I didn't mention.
They've just been waiting in a mountain for the right moment:
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I actually found and watched your video before I saw this post. I
think you did a very good job at presenting the perspective that is
important to most wiki users.
I'll be presenting in a month to the BostonPHP Group and I hope to
post my video also.
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