Jimmy Wales <jwales(a)bomis.com> writes:
I'm also thinking that we might want to think
about caching the html
output, rather than generating every page on the fly from the database
all the time. Basically, when a page is simply read, it can be stored
and also shown to the next person who reads it. Only when a file is
edited does it need to be regenerated from scratch.
Or when any previously nonexistant page it links to is created. It's
my understanding that these links are saved in the database, so
noticing this shouldn't be very hard.
Carey Evans http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/