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=Naming=
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Several custom namespaces exist within our wiki and have sepcial meaning:
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* the Grid5000 namespace must be used when pages are to be public and if not in a site namespace for instance.
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* the sites namespace (Orsay, Lyon, aso) must be used for site specific pages
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* the default namespace contains all other normal pages.
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NB: pages actually readable by a anonymous user (not logged in) are configured in the wiki configuration file. There is not "hard link" between the namespaces and that feature in fact.
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=RSS feed access=
 
=RSS feed access=
 
The [[Special:Recentchanges]] page and the [https://www.grid5000.fr/index.php/Special:Recentchanges?feed=rss RSS feed] are only available to logged in users. This is a issue with regard to people who want to read this feed using a RSS aggregator. Anyway, 2 solutions a proposed to bypass this:
 
The [[Special:Recentchanges]] page and the [https://www.grid5000.fr/index.php/Special:Recentchanges?feed=rss RSS feed] are only available to logged in users. This is a issue with regard to people who want to read this feed using a RSS aggregator. Anyway, 2 solutions a proposed to bypass this:

Revision as of 18:06, 25 November 2005

Naming

Several custom namespaces exist within our wiki and have sepcial meaning:

  • the Grid5000 namespace must be used when pages are to be public and if not in a site namespace for instance.
  • the sites namespace (Orsay, Lyon, aso) must be used for site specific pages
  • the default namespace contains all other normal pages.

NB: pages actually readable by a anonymous user (not logged in) are configured in the wiki configuration file. There is not "hard link" between the namespaces and that feature in fact.

RSS feed access

The Special:Recentchanges page and the RSS feed are only available to logged in users. This is a issue with regard to people who want to read this feed using a RSS aggregator. Anyway, 2 solutions a proposed to bypass this:

1st solution : use an RSS reader that is built into your web browser

  • Safari
  • the Sage extension for Firefox)
  • ...

2nd solution : use wget to retrieve the page in a cron job

  • find your cookies.txt file (usually $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/randomstring/cookies.txt)
  • use
wget --load-cookies $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/randomstring/cookies.txt -O grid5000.rss https://www.grid5000.fr/index.php/Special:Recentchanges?feed=rss
  • if it doesn't work, run wget with --debug, and check that it properly send the cookies.

NB: Be very careful if you try to edit the cookies.txt file : wget will silently forget some cookies if you mess with cookies.txt. NB2: the cookies.txt file can be moved between systems (ie you can generate it on your desktop and run the cron job on a server)