I guess in the name of user friendliness we could try to do this
proactively. I also guess this is not something Matt wants to be doing
adhoc for the next months :)
Sorry, I am not at all familiar with dokuwiki, but does it have some
sort of "404s with a count" page? If not, I would be happy to analyze
some recent logs for the most common misses.
Are we using a dokuwiki redirector plugin, or doing the redirects at
the web server? I would be willing to write up a web server config for
the redirects if that's desired.
As a side note, I just wanted to thank all the contributers. It's a
great resource. The reorg was well over due, and went very well in my
On Mar 5, 7:52 pm, Matt Aimonetti <mattaimone...@gmail.com
> I'll try to add the redirect today. Sorry about the delay.
> - Matt
> On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 6:45 AM, tomkarlo <t...@karlo.org
> > That's because the old link from the rubyonrails.org/community
> > went there. Matt fixed that but I guess there are other links floating
> > around out there. The long term solution is a redirect but for the
> > time being I've created a page at that address so that folks are sent
> > to the main page rather than seeing an error. Once the redirect is put
> > in we should delete the stub page from the wiki.
> > Tom
> > On Mar 4, 2:30 pm, Nick <nick.hildebr...@gmail.com
> > > I use the wiki often, and normally, I just type in the address
> > > directly, but for some reason I googled 'rails wiki' and I get the
> > URLhttp://wiki.rubyonrails.org/railswhichis
'Topic does not exist'. If