There's a few things that need polish .. I fixed a couple of small things and filed some bugs and feature requests on the others.
- Editing button on each Wiki page
- The first page is called WikiIndex ... is this hardcoded?
- On wiki editing page, remove the "CancelEditing" link in favour of a Cancel Editing button
- "Wiki already has entries - can't change"
- Wiki at site level requires login (it shouldn't)
- Deleting a wiki at site level gives errors
- More wiki strings and help pages need to be internationalised
I will implement some Administration-functions (reverting mass-changes, deleting pages, ...) and I will work on these bugs. Mike did you already had the time to look at the grading issue ?
Where is there an instance of the wiki moodle that I could look at.
I agree that this is an important feature. Once this works, I can use the Wiki Module as Content Manangement System for the rest of my site...
Martin wrote: Wiki at site level requires login (it shouldn't)
Rethinking this: On this moment other functions are also not available when you are only guest, the idea behind a wiki is that you help writing the pages ...so.. login before you use eWiki and you have writing access.
(Later a spin-off summary could be avaialabe as readonly html-tree..)
I think it makes good sense for visitors to be able to see a Wiki in read-only form. For example the Moodle HowTo system is going to be a hugely useful resource with many many visitors that will take a big load off these forums - I don't want to force everyone to log in just to get help.
On the other hand I want these pages to be editable by anyone who creates an account on the site, that way I have some level of accountability.
Perhaps all we need to do is add a small message to each page when in read-only mode, something like: "To edit these pages you need to log in".