Re: Solaris 10 installation cookbook, twiki.org doc license

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Re: Solaris 10 installation cookbook, twiki.org doc license

Josef Siemes
Hi,

> > I'm still confused about the policy to actually copy over content from the
> twiki.org site to foswiki.org. Foswiki license is clear,
> > but is this really compatible with the twiki.org license?
>
> Basically, old content written by any foswiki contributor is ok to copy
> (technically, you
> should ask, but afaik there's a blanket 'go ahead' from all foswiki
> contributors). If there's
> content from others in the text, you should probably delete that (this is
> how we copied
> over most of the old content to the new site).

Seems the main contributor is Lars Haarber , which is not on the foswiki site. Haven't seen any contact details there.
So: Rewrite from scratch?

BTW, the 'History' link on twiki.org wants one to be logged in. Strange. Works fine in foswiki.org. :)

Regards,

Josef


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password protected rdiff

Oliver Krüger-2
Hi,
> BTW, the 'History' link on twiki.org wants one to be logged in. Strange. Works fine in foswiki.org. :)
>  
If you set access permissions to certain topics, you have to password
protect the bin/rdiff script. Otherwise you compromise content via the
History function. At least this was true for the old (tm)wiki. Not sure,
if its still true for Foswiki.

Oliver


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