source: trunk/README @ 85

Last change on this file since 85 was 85, checked in by kake, 19 years ago

Bumped version number.
Redid the script and template installation so the script does actually get called what you said it should be (code copied somewhat from Siesta::Build).
Also you now need to specify the template installation directory.
Fixed the support for non-local databases/IDENT authentication. I think.

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1OpenGuides Version 0.05
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4This distribution contains the OpenGuides wiki software. It requires:
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6 - Module::Build for installation
7 - other Perl modules as detailed in the PREREQUISITES file
8 - a webserver (such as Apache)
9 - a Postgres or MySQL database dedicated to the OpenGuides installation
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11See the INSTALL file for details on how to install OpenGuides.
12
13
14About OpenGuides
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18**** THIS SOFTWARE IS VERY ALPHA.  It is released solely for those who ****
19****     know what they're doing and want to play around with it.      ****
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22The OpenGuides software provides the framework for a collaboratively-written
23city guide.  It is similar to a wiki but provides somewhat more structured
24data storage allowing you to annotate wiki pages with information such as
25category, location, and much more.  It provides searching facilities
26including "find me everything within a certain distance of this place".
27Every page includes a link to a machine-readable (RDF) version of the page.
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29At the moment, the location data uses a United-Kingdom-specific module,
30so the location features might not work so well outside the UK.
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32
33Feedback
34========
35
36If you have a question, a bug report, or a patch, or you're interested
37in joining the development team, please contact grubstreet@hummous.earth.li
38(moderated mailing list, will reach all current developers but you'll have
39to wait for your post to be approved) or kake@earth.li (a real person who
40may take a little while to reply to your mail if she's busy).
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43Authors
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46As of version 0.05, the development team consists of Earle Martin,
47Kake Pugh, and Ivor Williams.
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