Posted by: Frank | December 6, 2018

Frank blogged on December 06, 2018 at 10:06AM

I recently built my own Federated Wiki server and have been having a lot fun adding content to it since. I’ve found that for me it is the best way to maintain a “Now” page of things I am currently working on or researching.

As a topic comes up, I got to the Now page and create a wiki link to the topic, which I then click to create a new page to which I start adding content.

What I need to determine is what to do with the topics that I complete. I think the ideal solution is a plugin that automatically generates an index of all pages in my wiki so that even when I remove the wiki link in the Now page, a link to the page remains somewhere so that it can be found later. I could manually build an index, but in this day and age I would think an automated approach would be possible and best.

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