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Random thought here. im willing to donate some webspace to a wordpress setup
for the project. i have experience in making the site look less like a blog
and more like a proper website and there are some really killer themes
available for wordpress.

would you guys be interested in migrating away from a wiki. the way i see it
the problem with a wiki is that anyone from the site and possibly even
spammers can edit the page be it contributors or not. at least with
wordpress you just have a list of users who have permissions to edit the
site, as well as those who can just post and comment etc.

what do you all think?

On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 5:15 PM, Michael Meeks <>wrote:


       When I use the documentfoundation wiki, inevitably trying to edit:

       I often find myself logged in in Hungarian (or some other language)
instead of English - worse than that (for whatever reason - even though
the entries are labelled appropriately) - Firefox refuses to recognise
this as a login page, so I get to re-enter my credentials each time
(which is a real pain).

       Do others experience this ? no doubt I screwed something up and just
need to prod one setting or other; and/or is there an easy fix ? [ is
there some trivial HTML annotation we can use to make it obvious to the
browser that the authentication page is a suitable challenge /
response ? ]



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