|Subject||Re: Open Source and Open Documentation|
> Our Wiki at FlameRobin website was open for editing until vandalsSame thing with Jaybird Wiki. I have created a sandbox section where
> started to demolish it on a regular basis. You can always go and
> retrieve the most recent backup, but it becomes really boring after
> 5-6 times. Since then, we made it read-only for anonymous users.
everybody was able to post their contributions which would be migrated
after checking, but the area was abused by spammers with adult
content. And my hosting rules prohibit posting such content... So, I'd
say that user/password combination for most cases work pretty well.
But anyway, the Wiki thing needs contributors. Jaybird Wiki's history
knows very few contributions originating from other people...