Ikiwiki has reached version 3.0 and entered a new phase in its development cycle.
The 3.0 release of ikiwiki changes several defaults and finishes some transitions. You will need to modify your wikis to work with ikiwiki 3.0. A document explaining the process is available in upgrade to 3.0.
The highlights of the changes in version 3.0 include:
- Support for uploading attachments.
- Can rename and remove pages and files via the web.
- Web based setup.
- Blog-style comments as an alternative to Discussion pages.
- Many other new plugins including htmlbalance, format, progress, color, autoindex, cutpaste, hnb, creole, txt, amazon s3, pinger, pingee, edittemplate
- The RecentChanges page is compiled statically, not generated from the CGI.
- Support for additional revision control systems: bzr, monotone
- Support for untrusted git push.
- A new version (3.00) of the plugin API, exporting additional
commonly used functions from
- Nearly everything in ikiwiki is now a plugin, from WikiLinks to page editing, to RecentChanges.
- Far too many bug fixes, features, and enhancements to list here.
Thanks to the many contributors to ikiwiki 3.0, including:
Jelmer Vernooij, Recai Oktaş, William Uther, Simon McVittie, Axel Beckert, Bernd Zeimetz, Gabriel McManus, Paweł Tęcza, Peter Simons, Manoj Srivastava, Patrick Winnertz, Jeremie Koenig, Josh Triplett, thm, Michael Gold, Jason Blevins, Alexandre Dupas, Henrik Brix Andersen, Thomas Keller, Enrico Zini, intrigeri, Scott Bronson, Brian May, Adeodato Simó, Brian Downing, Nis Martensen. (And anyone I missed.)
Also, thanks to the users, bug submitters, and documentation wiki editors. Without you, ikiwiki would just be a little thing I use for my home page.