Wiki File Structure


  • Pitcrew

    I need someone who can take a list of files and design a structure on a wiki for them. I don't need content. I don't need visual design. I just need someone who can design the underlying structure. There's no rush, either. I'm just really bad at designing logical structure for wikis... like really bad. I can do everything else (content, code, etc.), but it's the structure I'm garbage at.

    This is not an ongoing gig. This is not a staff position. It's just a 'I'll add you as an admin, give you a list, work on it whenever you feel like' deal. I'll pull the admin rights when you're done because, again... It's not an ongoing thing and I don't wanna cause a too many cooks situation down the road for myself.

    This is for the Magicians thing. Yes, that still is being worked on. Obvs the move and school put it on hold from time to time, but it's still in my head and The Notebook still gets notes jotted down as they come to me. :)


  • Coder

    I'm really not sure I understand what you're looking for. Are you talking about the way in which they are stored on the server? Are you building your own wiki that isn't MediaWiki or WikiDot?


  • Pitcrew

    @skew said in Wiki File Structure:

    I'm really not sure I understand what you're looking for. Are you talking about the way in which they are stored on the server? Are you building your own wiki that isn't MediaWiki or WikiDot?

    No, I mean more like...

    I have an idea of what policy or theme files I need, but maybe not all and what organizational structure they should go in.



  • @Auspice
    Honestly, I think that really depends a lot on you. But generally, I've seen most of it set up in divisions, and on wiki, setting up DPL to sort. Give the pages tags like NEWS and POLICY and have DPL pull them. If you want to see how mine is organized (and feel free to steal the code if'n ya want), check out https://www.hotbmush.com/wiki/News


  • Pitcrew

    @Bobotron

    Thanks. I don't want to explicitly steal how someone else has theirs done, but with permission I may very well use yours as a base framework to launch from.



  • @Auspice
    Go for it. Like I said, feel free to steal the DPL. It's just a really simple set of DPL framework that works when things are tagged NEWS and another category.


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