I'm doing a couple of things with TWiki. First, I've installed it on
my personal domain. The problem I've had with my own site it the
hassle of keeping it up to date and well maintained with new content.
Using a wiki gives me the simplicity of editing. Also, I'd like my
wife (a computer novice) to feel comfortable adding content of her
own. It would also be nice to get feedback from visitors on my site
My main site is now a TWiki. One of the
things I'm really interested in doing is adding some kind of WebLog
functionality to the site. The two other things I'm interested in
doing is setting up a photo album and a calendar.
I have setup a TWiki at work as well. It's not officially sanctioned or anything. Mainly I use it to keep track of my own personal notes and stuff. Ideally we could use it for document management, a bug database, and a requirements management database. My company is heavily involved with FDA approvals as well as several other standards bodies. Documentation is pretty high on our priority list. I'm not sure what we're currently doing is the best way to manage all that. I'm also not sure how to get the TWiki to start managing it all.
address is a SpamTrap
. Don't send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Personal Preferences (details in TWikiVariables)
Note that I'm mostly using w3m to browse the wiki and have set
gnuclient as my default editor. So, these values aren't really used
- Set EDITBOXWIDTH = 70
- Set EDITBOXHEIGHT = 17
- Set EDITBOXSTYLE = width: 99%
- Optionally write protect your home page: (set it to your WikiName)