I suppose there migt be possible to remove Google from action=edit things in the robot.txt? That must be the most effective global way of preventing Google to index action pages. -- Dan Koehl
> Checking a bit more, I get the impression that google does not save the
> contents of pages with "noindex" in their robots meta, but does remember
> their URL. This time that caused a hit because the text searched is also as
> a word in the URL.
> Andre Engels
> On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 17:53, Guillaume Blanchard wrote:
> > Bonjour Brion,
> > I have the impression that someone is playing with my pseudo on the
> > I have a idea of who, but it's not important.
> > The problem is I can't login, and I didn't received a new password
> > even if I ask to send one by mail.
> The email address was set to 'philippe1x1x(a)yahoo.com'; the password was
> set to the same as that of user 'Pour certains, pour d'autres'.
> I've reset your e-mail address and cleared the password, you should be
> able to request a new password.
> > It's fun, my identity robber improved my page on the meta :oP
> > And added me in the Legion of Trolls .
> > Can you please check it.
> Guillaume, please check the contribs:
> Which of these are/are not by you?
Not a single are by me ;o)
I always wrote un-logged on the meta.
My guardian angel is a little bit annoying ;o)
PS : Sorry to disturbed this list.
Got one Brion ;)
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I think it would be nice if the Wiki syntax could facilitate
footnoting of articles. For example:
Some more text.<footnote>bar</footnote>
Even more text.
could produce the following HTML:
Some text.<A HREF="#1">(1)</A>
Some more text.<A HREF="#2">(2)</A>
Even more text.
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> I have the impression that the distrubution of the emails of the mailing
> lists is not working.
When the load on the machine goes over a certain number, sendmail
takes a break. The changes that Brion made have the load running high
-- over 20. This keeps the website going, but has the unfortunate
side effect of preventing mail distribution.
I'm going to cut the MaxClients setting to 100 for a little while, to
let the mailing lists function for a bit, and then bump it back up.
I spent most of today getting wikipedia3 up and running on my (currently
private development) server. Functionally, all seems to be working well.
(Given that I'm a PERL and PostgreSQL kind of gal, I consider the working
install to be nothing short of a small miracle!)
My big challenge at present is to figure out how to substantially change
the design of the site. From what I can see, that design is determined by
the combination of the style sheets, Skin.php, and OutputPage.php. It
looks like a small nightmare to fuss with.
Is there some approach that might make it relatively easy or even somewhat
Oh, and thanks for the excellent software! :-) diana.
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