[chuck-users] Is there any "Community" repositories yet?

Mike McGonagle mjmogo at gmail.com
Fri Jan 20 17:25:21 EST 2006

On 1/20/06, Ge Wang <gewang at cs.princeton.edu> wrote:
> Greetings,
> > And when I get to the upload page, it says that it is disabled.
> I think the wiki upload page has always been disabled, but this
> may change soon with the upcoming reinstall (see below).

> > I don't think it is a "probably", it has to be fixed, as the things
> > that are posted there are nothing but gibberish.
> As Adam mentioned, we are working with our systems staff to improve the
> wiki.  Most likely a new version will be installed, and we will manually
> migrate the existing content to the new one, and doing house cleaning in
> the process.  Also, new security policies will be in place to deter
> spammers.

This is great.

> The gibberish is caused by incorrect wiki rendering of the HTML <pre>
> tag.  Pages that insert blank spaces before lines of code will show up
> correctly, such as here:
>      http://wiki.cs.princeton.edu/index.php/Snare.ck

As I have said, I would be ready to volunteer to edit these things, I
just don't want to take it upon myself to do this, without some sort
of "go ahead".

> In the meantime, if you you can hit 'edit' to look at code that has been
> transformed into gibberish.

yeah, I found this out. Thanks.

> > 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?
> I think the wiki will always be world-writable.  In the upcoming wiki,
> you will have to register on the wiki to be able to edit pages (one
> attempt to reduce spam).  We look forward to forging the wiki back into
> shape.  Thanks!

Great. I will try to add the stuff that I have done.


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