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Didn't raise much attention, at least not from the key people who could actually do something about it.

-- Thiago

2008/2/14, Petite Abeille <>:

John Belmonte lists a couple of points regarding the current wiki
implementation (Perl + UseModWiki) powering as well as
any potential replacement.

In no particular order:

* The markup and to a certain extent the interface is what really
defines a wiki system
* 90% of a wiki implementation is spent on details such as database
access, edit conflict resolution, page history management, security
and robustness, etc
* languages such as Python and PHP may be better suited for such
implementations due to their extensive web and system support libraries

Now that there is a least two rather full-featured wiki
implementations in Lua, namely Sputnik and Nanoki, would it be
worthwhile to ponder updating the current setup in favor of a Lua