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Re: [libreoffice-website] Wiki: Search? Recent changes? Bug tracker?

On Thursday 21 October 2010 13:52, Stefan Weigel wrote:
> Hello Nini,
> Nino Novak schrieb:
> > The search function seems broken in the wiki.
> > Try putting a term (e.g. "mailing list") into the search field top
> > right. A new page is created rather that showing search results.
> It´s not broken. It´s working as designed. However, one could
> question if it makes sense.

ok, so for me it makes only little sense ;-)

> The search field looks only for a pages with a name, that matches
> your term. If a page of your term does not exist, you can create it.

This I'd not call a search function, but a "go to" function.

The search symbol then should be replaced.

> The search function you are looking for is here:
> http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Special:Search

Ok, I'd prefere to have a simple search function in the search field as
seen in other wikis by default. (if "goto" does not match)


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Re: [libreoffice-website] Wiki: Search? Recent changes? Bug tracker?Drew Jensen <drew@baseanswers.com>
[libreoffice-website] Wiki: Search? Recent changes? Bug tracker?Nino Novak <nnino@openoffice.org>
Re: [libreoffice-website] Wiki: Search? Recent changes? Bug tracker?Stefan Weigel <stefan.weigel@bildungskreis.org>
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