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Juliano F. Ravasi wrote:
Instead of opening a tag and dumping graph/timeline
code in the article,
we have a namespace where articles are parsed as graph/timeline code
(some extra syntax needed in order to put some wikitext in the same
article). Then, in article pages, you insert a link like [[Graph:Graph
title|options|description]] or [[Timeline:Timeline title|...]], and they
are inserted just like images are.
- Perfect garbage collection: we produce no garbage.
In-disk files are
linked to special article pages; if someone deletes the article, MW just
wipes all files with that given hash and you are done. Any file without
a matching article in that special namespace is easily marked as garbage.
Previews require generation in some way...
- -- brion
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