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gav (2710)

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Tuesday July 08, 2003
07:10 PM

module wiki

[ #13337 ]

Through the power of CGI::Kwiki and an idea I had a while back I've set up a wiki where you can add your favorite modules.

It's looking a bit sparse but I'm hungry and need pizza to function.

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  • I'm really against any editorial control on CPAN. Well, I guess I'm in favor of some editorial control. If someone got a PAUSE ID and started putting up "Enlarge your Penis" SPAM in POD form, well... I'd be in favor of having that struck, but... short of true abusive stuff, I'm in favor of CPAN containing anything anyone wants to put out there, good, bad or ugly.

    CPAN should be a true bazaar.

    However, it does lead to umpteen different templating systems and... well, you know...

    If there were reliable plac

  • Shiny! One thing that did confuse me was the different colour links to indicate that the linked-to node doesn't exist yet. Is this a Kwiki thing or was it your idea? Can you change it? “Different colours on link texts” is somehow hard-coded into my brain to mean “visited” or “not-visited”.

    • It's a Kwiki thing, done in CSS. I've set all links to be the same color now, let me know if it's an improvement. The only change I made to Kwiki was a quick hack to allow underscores in page names.