emacs-wiki–gary–1.0–patch-2: favor page names over interwiki names (April 25, 2004, 0) - patch 2 changes current emacs-wiki behavior to favor intra-wiki page
names over interwiki names, which may or may not be a good thing.
sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (April 20, 2005, 0) -
(defun sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (string)
"Mark up STRING according to `emacs-wiki-publishing-rules'.
No header or footer is added."
(let ((emacs-wiki-project emacs-wiki-current-project))
(let ((emacs-wiki-publishing-header "")
emacs-wiki-blog.el (July 25, 2004, 0) - Will wonders never cease… Just ran across another
emacs-wiki-related module today. This produces RSS feeds and seems to
be a superset of planner-rss.el, focusing more on plain emacs-wiki
projects. It seems to use planner-style names, though.
Hmm. This syndicates entire pages. planner-rss.el syndicates items.
Planning an Emacs-based personal wiki – Org? Muse? Hmm… (November 2, 2011, 36) - I miss my Planner wiki! I think it’s time to organize things into a personal wiki again. Blogs are great for chronological updates, but I need to be able to group ideas into more than just categories, and WordPress pages aren’t as convenient as a proper wiki. Org-mode outlines are also good, but they can
emacs-wiki-id.el (January 2, 2004, 0) - ../emacs/emacs-wiki/emacs-wiki-id.el contains a first attempt at
an ID system for emacs-wiki and indeed is quite nice. Following IDs works.
I’ll figure out how to automatically add, create, remove, yadayada them soon.