I'm glad you read the book!
This question - how much data there should be before it's worth turning the
wiki into a structured wiki - doesn't have an obvious answer, I don't
think. If your table is going to stay roughly that size, there probably
isn't much point to do it. If it's going to grow by a lot, and especially
if there will eventually be more columns, then it seems worthwhile. But I
don't know what the cutoff point is.
On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 5:04 PM, John Lewis <jl(a)hyperbolicinnovation.com>
On Wed, 2018-01-03 at 16:09 -0500, Yaron Koren wrote:
Semantic MediaWiki and Cargo are the two extensions that are
for this kind of thing. If you want to use that exact template, you
need to install SMW, since it uses SMW tags.
On Dec 31, 2017 11:59 PM, "John Lewis" <jl(a)hyperbolicinnovation.com>
I read your book, "Working with MediaWiki: 2nd edition".
I don't need the exact template.
What I figured out that I could get what looks pretty much what I
wanted with a simple table.
The question is, how many records should I have before it makes sense
to switch from a simple table to a Cargo table? I have around 20 now,
but I want to make the editing experience as streamline as possible and
it is easy to imagine how tables could get in the way of that.
The table in question is on the main page of this site https://www.bmab
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