#117 closed enhancement (fixed)

Make Wiki ReadOnly perhaps?

Reported by: jsuelwald@… Owned by:
Priority: wishlist Milestone:
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IRC client+version: Client-independent Operating System: Other
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I know, this is not really a bitlbee - error.

But wouldn't it be ok if a user, which wants to modify the wikipages would need an acount for doing so?

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comment:1 Changed at 2006-03-15T15:02:28Z by wilmer

Component: BitlBeeDocumentation
Owner: set to Jelmer Vernooij

Yes, that'd be better indeed, but there is no good way for people to make those accounts yet. :-( It's too bad Trac doesn't send notices on Wiki changes yet, so I could notice this crap sooner. Hmm, stopping Google from indexing the Wiki could help too...

comment:2 Changed at 2006-03-15T15:02:44Z by wilmer

Owner: Jelmer Vernooij deleted

comment:3 Changed at 2006-03-22T21:50:09Z by anonymous

Erm, why exactly would this be better (except for the robots.txt thing)? Remembering pointless login data is usually not one of my priorities.

comment:4 Changed at 2006-03-22T21:52:17Z by wilmer

Same here, which is exactly why I chose for Trac. But the Wiki is something we don't really use anyway, only spammers seem to LOVE to use it from time to time.

The robots.txt trick didn't really work so far BTW, I have no idea how long it takes for Google to "process" changes in that file, but it seems to take a "while".

comment:5 Changed at 2006-05-05T16:39:02Z by wilmer

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

WTF, the BitlBee wiki *STILL* shows up in the results... Oh well, anyway, the wiki is read-only for people who aren't logged in, so I'll close this.

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