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Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] NWEEK 44 BALLOT

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On Wednesday 02 July 2003 11:18 pm, Glotmorf wrote:
> On 7/2/03 at 5:18 PM Glotmorf wrote:
> >Now, if B Nomic were in a wiki or something...
> The more I think about this, the more I like it.  Wikis have user IDs, and
> permission to modify certain pages can be granted to specific IDs or groups
> of IDs.  Wiki pages have revision numbers.
> Suppose each rule, proposal, and other numbered item was on a wiki page. 
> Revisions to that page could be revisions to the numbered item.  Ministries
> could be on other wiki pages.  SkArcher's Duties could be workable then,
> with ministry pages accessible to ministers and other pages accessible to
> other players.  Current rules are those that are parented to the
> current-rules page, current proposals to the current-proposals page, rules
> that belong to a certain keyword could be parented to a specific-keyword
> page, which in turn is parented to an all-keywords page...
> ...And subgames become easier to implement, because people can simply
> create whatever pages they need in the course of creating a society, then
> tack said pages onto a society-index page.
> What I don't know about is scripting.  Does a wiki allow pages to be
> cgi-scripted (perl) or inline-scripted (php)?

What about everydevel? - the whole thing is essentially 
inline perl in a mysql database, and it has a unix-like access control 

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