[chuck-users] Is there any "Community" repositories yet?
adamtindale at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 20 15:07:56 EST 2006
The key thing with all of this is time. We are all busy and so far
the wiki has been low priority. Last night we found that a certain
blackjack site had attacked the wiki and ruined all of the code
entries. It has been like this for a long time but nobody has been
using the wiki so there were no complaints. The wonderful sysadmins
at princeton are in the process of reinstalling the whole wiki
program and restoring it to a working state.
We got attacked because the wiki is open, anyone can edit it. When it
comes back online, hopefully today, it would be great if you would
post your code and help us make it into something that more ChucKers
would use and be interested in.
On 20-Jan-06, at 11:32 AM, Mike McGonagle wrote:
> On 1/19/06, Adam Tindale <adamtindale at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> You should post them on the WIKI in the ChucK Progams section.
> And when I get to the upload page, it says that it is disabled.
>> There are other examples of ChucK programs there. We are probably
>> going to clean this up a bit. I have been doing a bit of work to make
>> the WIKI a bit more useful and clean. I am certainly interested in
>> your patches and hopefully they will give the wiki a bit more traffic
>> so we can all post our stuff there.
> I don't think it is a "probably", it has to be fixed, as the things
> that are posted there are nothing but gibberish. It looks like this is
> one of the few "forums" (for lack of a better name) that is being
> hosted by this WIKI, so it might be that there is little resources for
> the administration of the software. Are there any restrictions as to
> who can access and update things? I would be more than happy to help
> out in getting some things fixed and additional things added. Do they
> have a policy about non-students getting access?
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