[Pmwiki-users] Re: Re: ?pagename= addresses
Sun Dec 12 21:51:05 CST 2004
On Monday, 13 December 2004 4:26 PM, John Feezell <JohnFeezell at 3wplace.com> wrote:
>On Mon, 13 Dec 2004 00:29:35 +0100, <chr at home.se> wrote:
>> On 13 Dec 2004, John Rankin wrote:
>>> On Sunday, 12 December 2004 2:10 AM, Patrick R. Michaud
>>> <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
>>> >On Sat, Dec 11, 2004 at 09:36:10AM +0100, chr at home.se wrote:
>>> >> Anyway, here's my first impression of some of the alternatives I've
>>> >> Token Mnemonic for Like(5)/not like(0)
>>> >> ?a= address 4
>>> >> ?p= page 4
>>> >> ?n= name 4
>>> >> ?t= target 4
>>> >> ?s= source page? 3
>>> >> ?pg= page.group 2
>> ?page= page 3.5 (too long)
>> ?pagename= page name 2
>> ?d= destination 3.5
>>> >Out of curiosity, where would ?page= fit on your chart?
>>> >(And, just for completeness, how about ?pagename= ?)
>> I think 'pagename' is both too long and confusing as to what it actually
>> means (the whole 'group name' v.s. 'page name' v.s. ... discussion).
>>> Some of us prefer to avoid language associated with violence, such as
>>> Hopelessly politically correct...
>> I added '?d=' just for you!
>Well for the "hopelessly politically correct..." how about another
>idea related closely to "target"?
> ?l= locate
> that means to "find by searching or examining."
In combination with a breakpage request, either one of
works for me (where fn is full name or even find name)
But I think name (n) xxx page (p) k is slightly more natural
than page (p) xxx number (n) k
After much discussion a while ago, we ended up with $FullName for the
group-qualified name. So using fn makes sense to me. For this reason,
I'd give a for address a low score.
More information about the pmwiki-users