[wp-hackers] Revision Control in Post?
Bernard D. Tremblay (ben)
bentrem at aol.com
Wed Mar 19 17:27:15 GMT 2008
Andy Skelton wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 3:09 PM, Akeda Bagus <gedex.gsoc at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is there any plugin for revision control in a page? Drupal and Wikimedia
>> have such system, so author can revert to some version or show the diff. Is
>> it ok to propose this system for GSoC 2008?
I'm trying to implement something like this. Thinking the way to start
is have the original saved with data/time appended to slug when the new
version is published.
> Only one thing comes to mind:
Sadly, there's zero documentation for this. Two months ago MichealH
reported "Don't know about the rollback ability, but last I checked it
does keep revisions in the database. It's just not a completed plugin,
as far as I know."
And he also wrote "there was a push to use that plugin, in conjunction
with WordPress, to replace the Mediawiki engine used for Codex. But,
Barry was able to get Codex Mediawiki upgraded recently, so I'd guess
not much more work will be done to that plugin." so I guess "Bliki" has
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