SOFTWARE SUNDAY! DokuWiki – Wiki backends for documentation

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SOFTWARE SUNDAY! DokuWiki – Wiki backends for documentation. In which Ladyada talks about how we use a basic wiki + 20 lines of PHP to create a flexible CMS!

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  1. I’ve given up on wikis and have opted for a geekier but nicer imo system based on GitHub and Markdown. People can submit changes on GitHub, I get to do code reviews, integration, rollbacks, etc. because it’s just source control, and the site picks up changes automatically from the default branch.

  2. Great hack! But I was not able to repeat the example. Download the latest version dokuwiki and prescribed in the body of html but the text does not appear: (

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