../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.
2004: emacs-wiki sites — In fit of insanity, searched for sites that used emacs-wiki. Quite a list.
- http://larve.net/people/hugo/2003/scratchpad/EmacsWiki.html (has RSS)
- http://www.oranda.demon.co.uk/planner/EmacsWiki.html (uses planner)
2004: Emacs-wiki community wiki — http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/community/SiteMap
Didn’t know there was something like this – or that we now enjoy near
links in oddmuse. What a cute feature!
2004: Blogging is alive and well under Emacs — in reaction to http://www.sfu.ca/~gswamina/BlogsAreDead.html
I’ve had a blog for roughly a year and a half now, and I think I’m
pretty much [...]
2004: Emacs-wiki and RSS feeds — http://www.sfu.ca/~gswamina/EmacsWikiPatches.html . Check this out
sometime and steal all the cool ideas (with appropriate credit, of course). ;)
2004: Places to visit — AU: Basser Department of Computer Science, The University of Sydney
- Problem-Based Learning for Foundation Computer Science Courses
- Mike Barg, Alan [...]