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Old 06-10-2008, 04:54 AM
Nigel Jones
Default Wiki URL Structure (Proposed Change)

Okay, so for the last X years http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ would take
you directly to the wiki, but I'd like to propose that this changes.

Why? Simple reason, i18n/l10n Moin Moin gave us the easy ability of
having all languages in the one wiki installation, Mediawiki doesn't,
the proposed solution is a one-wiki-per-language setup, as such the
proposed URL structure is fedoraproject.org/XX/wiki which fits into the
whole fedoraproject.org/XX/ fedoraproject.org/XX/get-fedora way of things.

The change would involve mod_rewriting /wiki/Foo to /en/wiki/Foo it
should be pretty simple but it could potentially be controversial
(apparently some people don't like their bookmarks becoming 302s

This would be implemented when the testing on internationalising the
wiki is done (say 1-3 weeks) and/or when the db1 switch over happens
(I'm not sure on the date).

Thoughts, Comments and Suggestions are welcome!

- Nigel

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