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What's a good CMS for dealing with textfiles

  1. #1
    Cathay Coof African Astronaut [the ariled affirmatory basinet]
    Thinking about opening a textfile site.

    It would need support for inline images, since they are a necessity now.

    PDF support would be another issue.

    Wordpress is kind of retarded for that sort of use case.
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    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    I've been using dokuwiki for knowledgebase type things lately
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    Cathay Coof African Astronaut [the ariled affirmatory basinet]
    PHP a shit
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    Kev Houston
    Like totse textfiles or a text dump?
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    Cathay Coof African Astronaut [the ariled affirmatory basinet]
    Originally posted by Kev Like totse textfiles or a text dump?

    I was thinking totse pretty much, except with images, no formatting errors, and curated to keep the content up to date.
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    Cathay Coof African Astronaut [the ariled affirmatory basinet]
    Thinking about using Ghost.

    https://ghost.org/
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    Bueno A Glow-In-The-Dark
    Was thinking of adding a textfile feature for ISS, could be highly beneficial as it might drive more traffic here.
    What do you think Star Trek?
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    Cathay Coof African Astronaut [the ariled affirmatory basinet]
    Originally posted by Bueno Was thinking of adding a textfile feature for ISS, could be highly beneficial as it might drive more traffic here.
    What do you think Star Trek?

    I'm pretty sure this URL is already shit canned by Google, so I don't think that would help.

    Having some new users would be cool though.
  9. #9
    Kev Houston
    Why not make it a wiki and let the users fix the boring shit like spelling, formatting and so on? Of course, certain text files would probably have to be locked.

    I support you in your endeavor. Do you have all the original totse text files? My archive is spotty and i wouldnt mind downloading a complete collection in one go.
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    Cathay Coof African Astronaut [the ariled affirmatory basinet]
    Originally posted by Kev Why not make it a wiki and let the users fix the boring shit like spelling, formatting and so on? Of course, certain text files would probably have to be locked.

    I support you in your endeavor. Do you have all the original totse text files? My archive is spotty and i wouldnt mind downloading a complete collection in one go.

    Maybe that might be an option.

    I have the idea in my head that wikis are slow, aren't really text files, and that dealing with users messing stuff up would be a huge headache.

    I dunno if that's really justified though.
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    whatever you do the integrity of the text files shouldnt be mollested.

    including spellings amd grandmas.
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    Kev Houston
    Originally posted by Cathay Coof Maybe that might be an option.

    I have the idea in my head that wikis are slow, aren't really text files, and that dealing with users messing stuff up would be a huge headache.

    I dunno if that's really justified though.

    You arent wrong, it has ups and downs, just like a pure text file repository, though the latter would be less of a hassle. The only reason I mentioned it was due to many totse text files having instructions that were outright wrong and needed to be corrected before some unfortunate fucks blew themselves up, particularly the guide on making a pipe bomb. Someone wrote an updated guide but the old one was still there.

    You can make it a closed wiki where only registered members from NIS are allowed to contribute.
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