Wouldn't it be great if people actually could install this software?
LDAP authentication/roles for users would be quite useful, especially in environments where we already have a known set of users (e.g. internal to an organization).
Access control for pages: which users can edit? Everyone, only members, only users from a specific list, only me.
http://win32.perl.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page uses PHP-based MediaWiki http://www.perlfoundation.org/perl5/index.cgi uses SocialText http://usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?action=browse&id=WikiEngine&oldid=WikiEngines doesn't mention MojoMojo http://wiki.movabletype.org/?title=Talk:Main_Page&action=history uses MediaWiki http://perl.net.au/wiki - uses MediaWiki http://wiki.cpantesters.org/wiki/HomePage - uses "Labyrinth" ...more »
better documentation for rookies looking into learning mojomojo and catalyst together?
Would be nice to have a feature to rename a page, e.g. after a URL was published, bookmarked, but then changed. Automatic redirection to the original URL.
I found all of my attachments gone on my site after a day or so's crawl by google.
With some testing I found that it doesn't care if you are logged in or not, anyone can delete any attachment.
I also notice that all of the images on the mojomojo.org site seem to be missing :-/
Allow one to override the URL title with a title of their own.
You can already use the cascading permission system to allow stewardship of certain topics. It'd be nice to allow anyone to submit an edit, but to have the steward/admin review it before it becomes public and approve/deny it. This would allow a much more functional wiki and would support much higher quality wiki content. It would also make MojoMojo much more useful as an organizational document system, as different ...more »
MojoMojo doesn't put Cyrillic (I suspect, any non-Latin as well) letters to HTML code normally, but converts them to #...; form, which is wrong way. Problem is in encode_html() inside MojoMojo::Text::Textile2. Also, Cyrillic tags and Wiki's name are garbled, for example, when on home page, but for some reason looks OK on some other pages (Admin's, for example). [[Links]] couldn't be made from words of letters, other ...more »