Adam had a asked a few questions concerning hosting the wiki on libraryofhighmoon.com
Oops...just realized you already know about the wiki. I'm cool with it being hosted on the library, if the interface can give us the sort of internally0linked format necessary to make a wiki work. Would there be any way of importing content from the existing wiki to the library, and also, any way of authorizing specific people to be able to write in the wiki, independent of making broader changes to the site?
1. The internally linked design is central to a Wiki format. I really haven't found a single wiki script that does not include WikiWords.
2. Importing Content: As I posted late last night, pmwiki which is currently running has the ability to take either test or html files and convert to wiki pages.
3. At least 3 or 4 extensions for pmwiki provide the functionality of users and groups.
4. In most cases the easiest solution would be replace the site with the wiki.
In a way this ties into #3
..Each page in the wiki is assigned to one or more groups, either by the page creator or the admins.
..Each user that is granted access is assigned to one or more groups.
..Each user has permission to change pages assigned to the group that member is a part of.
So some example groups:
SiteAdmins - able to change everything.
[One Wiki Group per Gaming Group]
Public -- basically for read only or possible Comment Box.
Each user that applies for access would be assigned to one groups depending on what Gaming groups they're currently in.
If you would rather have the site remain and add a wiki. The same scenario applies for users and groups. We then need to determine what information is stored in the main site and what information belongs in the wiki.