Hi Matt, >> b) It is hard to classify the documents. Two possibilities: > > Yes, it is hard to classify them (and many other things) if you insist > on forcing them into a single, canonical hierarchy.
Oh, I don't insist on anything; I just don't have clue how to start... > But what if you classified documents on the basis of keywords, or > key phrases? Then visitors could either search based on those > phrases or browse a keyword index. > > Of course, that assumes your Wiki software has some means of managing > metadata. As far as I can see, it doesn't. But putting keywords on the pages could help. > And you could just make some arbitrary decisions about what materials > should be included and how to classify them. Even a very imperfect > collection would be more helpful than none. Probably true. > And if people don't like your collection, tell them to start their > own. Isn't that what the Web is all about? Right. Easy to change everything. Patrick -- texshow-web: http://members.ping.de:8061 ConTeXt wiki: http://members.ping.de:8062 _______________________________________________ ntg-context mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context