All InterWiki pages would take the form MyCategory?.MyPageName?.
RecentChanges would bee customized by using a URL of the form: http//interwikiserver?recentchanges=category1?category2?category3 ...
Anyone could create a new category - Not a matter of voting. Not in the WikiNature ...
Does this imply that MyCategory?=MyServer?? My real question is how do we move toward supporting multiple Wikis or NameSpaces? being run from a single server?
Why do this? ''To serve separate audiences, create tighter RecentChanges and FindPages? lists, etc.)... -- BillSeitz
Running WikiClusters? (as I call them) is a separate issue - Implemented in LeufNetWiki. The latest iteration of this design has most of the script in a shared wiki.lib script. Accessing a particular wiki with a specific name fires up a short script stub. This defines/creates the page folder location based on the name and other unique parameters, and then hands off to subs in the library code. I did this lib thing mainly to keep core updates and extensions to a single common file. -- BoLeuf
Aren't there two separate issues here?
How to identify a wiki server?
How to identify a unique page within a wiki?
Shouldn't we use some kind of URI-based scheme for these issues?