Subject Re: SV: SV: [Firebird-Architect] Re: Design of new built-in functions
Author Paul Reeves
On Wednesday 10 May 2006 23:44, Jim Starkey wrote:
> Lars B. Dybdahl wrote:
> >I can strongly recommend the MediaWiki software, which powers both
> > and some of our internal intranet in our company:
> >
> >
> >
> MySQL is currently hosting the IBPhoenix server. Paul Reeves at
> IBPhoenix is the system manager. Maybe we can coax him to set it up.

No problems from my end - but I probably wouldn't use MediaWiki.

There is a CMS called Bitweaver which grew out of a project called
TikiWiki. As you might guess, it includes a wiki, amongst other things.

It also benefits from support for Firebird as a backend, and Lester Caine
is an active member of the project. I have also been played with bw
myself a bit.

Bitweaver is here:

Unless there is some feature of MediaWiki that we cannot implement in
bitweaver, it would make sense to go the bitweaver route.

> If he doesn't want to put it on the primary server, I hereby grant
> permission to use the quad-core Opteron (fawkes) jointly owned by MySQL
> and IBPhoenix.

Hold on - I thought fawkes was ours and fluffy was yours?

Paul Reeves
Supporting users of Firebird and InterBase