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Eigen Class

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Opening up my hiki wiki: bliki.rb plugin Posted: Aug 12, 2006 5:50 PM
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You might have realized that eigenclass.org has been changing subtly as of late. In addition to the cosmetic modifications, I've upgraded to hiki 0.8.6 and rewritten my hiki hacks as self-contained plugins.

The last one I've been working on allows you to enable modifications to a set of nodes without opening up all of the wiki: creation of new nodes is disabled, and some operations are restricted. This is what the admin sees when editing a page: edit-form.png

hiki already ships with a plugin that allows you to restrict modification so that only authenticated users can edit the wiki (and also to freeze some pages), but my code allows you to open specific pages to everybody, while keeping the rest of the wiki frozen*1.

I've created a few "open" nodes, enabling modifications to them:

Larger parts of eigenclass.org will become open if spam doesn't get too annoying. I have several ideas to fight it, were it needed.

I'll release my hiki plugins in a while (which I sort of promised quite a long time ago), but here's bliki.rb, so you can see how easily hiki can be extended:


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