On 2/24/06, MacGyverMagic/Mgm <macgyvermagic(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/24/06, Anthony DiPierro
In any case, you didn't answer my question. You said that killing the
user namespace would "instantly kill all the notes I keep on my wiki
projects. And all the links I
keep for easy access so I don't have to search to find stuff." But
why can't your notes and links be kept in the project namespace?
Surely doing that wouldn't cause thousands of random personal notes in
the project space randomly edited by anyone who comes by. We're just
talking about your notes. They aren't random, are they?
If anyone could edit the notes I am keeping they lose their value.
I guess you're one of the minority of users that has a protected user
page? If so, I guess you have a point, though I thought even user
pages were supposed to be editable by all, in theory.
They're structured the way they are because
it's helpful to me. If anyone
could edit them they soon become random because others don't necessarily see
the logic behind the structure I'm using.
Most user pages are already editable by anyone. Yet somehow people
manage to not step all over each other. Funny how that works.