[pmwiki-users] Looking for some advice on setting up a site

Simon nzskiwi at gmail.com
Sat May 3 03:06:36 CDT 2008

For photos I have had a lot of success with
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2008/5/3 Jan Erik Moström <lists at mostrom.pp.se>:

> Some time ago I started a little experiment, I wanted to learn a
> little bit more about PmWiki and started to experiment with
> different recipes which was fun. However, I continued to play
> and started to move data into a wiki, experimented with writing
> my own theme, writing a "key" recipe, etc. One thing led to
> another and the result is that I'm sitting here with a wiki that
> could replace two of my current sites - nice.
> I've got two things left to do - add support for displaying some
> kind of photo albums and blogging. Photo albums is what I'm
> going to work on next and I don't see any problems with that.
> But blogging is another thing. I have no idea if it's a good
> idea to try to move my current blog into pmwiki, I would like to
> but don't know if it's a good idea.
> I'm currently using wordpress and the things I really want to
> have in a blog is tags (like how they work in wordpress,
> del.icou.us, etc), tag clouds (but on a separate page), the
> archive listing by year and month, and the ability to do "future
> posting". If you look at my current site at www.mostrom.pp.se
> you'll see approx what I want.
> I looked at the various recipes (haven't tried them ... yet) but
> I don't really know if blogging in pmwiki is a good idea. So, I
> would like to hear about your experiences of using PmWiki as a
> blog platform (and if you do this - do you store one post per
> page or ...).
> So should I continue with the idea of using pmwiki for blogging
> or should I try to integrate wordpress and pmwiki in some way?
>                 jem
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