cristobalpalmer at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 12:07:14 EST 2007
If you search on exact page title, you get great results. Results are
decent within the full text of page bodies. Search is not a strong
point, but it's not broken either.
As for security, it gets harder if you need lots of people seeing most
of the wiki and a select few seeing only part, but if the only people
who need access to your wiki at all are people in your department,
then you can lock down the whole wiki in a variety of easy ways, the
easiest of all being a .htaccess on the directory.
Hope that helps,
On 3/8/07, dave.m.parker at gsk.com <dave.m.parker at gsk.com> wrote:
> Hey gang,
> More wiki questions, because I'm too lazy to look at the Mediawiki info. My
> main concerns are searchability and security, searchability in that an entry
> could have tags or keywords and be searchable by those tags or keywords, and
> security in that only the people in my department can view and edit the
> thing (it will probably reside on our company's intranet). Does Mediawiki
> provide these things?
> Thanks again.
> - Dave P.
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