For the programme we need a landing page and present the various texts that are now in NextCloud. One option would be to develop this as a wiki. Let us explore in this post, we try to write it as a page, not so much as a personal post.
- This can now be edited by all, at least the team
- If we keep it publicly editable, would that be problematic? Probably not, as there is a history to see who changed what and it can be reverted back (please do check)
- As a wiki page, it shouldn’t show an avatar icon at the left as it does with normal posts.
** Solution: Wouter just created a user called “nobody”, gave them a white pixel for its avatar, and transferred the ownership of this wiki post to nobody. Now you see nothing, well, a white pixel
- We’d want to start a thread or category page with the wiki page, present the topic of that page and - if needs be, allow people to post comments underneath.
- Or we could keep the wiki page and don’t accept comments: if someone comments, we suggest a thread or move that comment to it in case someone doesn’t follow our advice
Issues and questions as observed inside this wiki page (they might be better underneath as personal posts):
@mikemh - So . . how does this work then? Looks like, not so much a wiki site, but rather, a shared-editable-evolving post? OK.
@mikemh Yes- I’ll start thinking about a landing page. And about shifting to the forum rather than NextCloud, for public ‘publishing’. But it’s not obvious to me yet, that this kind of wiki post is the way to go about it. How d’you figure it would work @wouter ? Would we attach docs to this post? And would they be docs held in NextCloud as Markdown files, for example?
@mikemh I assume this post is editable for everybody? Which would make it unsuitable as an ‘official’ landing page, yes? Can a wiki post be made accessible to just a limited group of editors?