Sumário: elisp-archive no longer used
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< * [http://www.emacswiki.org/scripts/elisp-archive elisp-archive] -- create the elisp archive
See WikiModeDiscussion if you are looking for a mode to edit a local wiki.
This page has meta information about the Emacs Wiki. See the SiteMap for entry points.
AlexSchroeder is the administrator of this wiki. It is hosted by Thinkmo in Germany. The first edit (see the first entry of the complete change log for SiteMap was made in 2001-05-14. The Internet Archive Wayback Machine agrees and has a snapshot for 2001-06-09.
The Emacs Wiki is located at http://www.emacswiki.org/, or http://purl.org/wiki/emacs/, or http://emacswiki.wikiwikiweb.de/, if emacswiki.org is down. This is a virtual hosting environment, therefore you need to use HTTP/1.1 to access the site.
You can reach the provider at http://www.wikiwikiweb.de/ and http://www.thinkmo.de/. If you notice page corruption or other problems, however, send mailto:email@example.com or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. The webmaster of emacswiki.org is also the webmaster of all the other virtual hosts.
Help make distributed backups. This will help us get the wiki back up and running if it goes down. See WikiDownload for more.
At the moment AlexSchroeder is paying for the server: The people at thinkmo.de are asking for EUR 20 per month which basically covers bandwidth. This wiki and the blogs of my family all run on the emacswiki.org domain and it’s using about 10G per month. I assume that most of the traffic is for the Emacs Wiki. :)
There will not be any ads on emacswiki.org; I hate them myself. If you like the site and want to contribute something, contribute either time or money: Write content, fix typos, clean up pages by removing old discussions, merging and splitting pages, and linking up and down the page hierarchy. If you do not have time, you can always donate money. Show your support by saying on your homepage on this wiki how much you donated to charity because of the Emacs Wiki. That would be awesome. – AlexSchroeder
Anybody willing to share administrator duties on this wiki? See EmacsWikiAdministrators.
This wiki runs Oddmuse.
Using a wiki engine written in Lisp or Scheme would have been more in the spirit of Emacs and XEmacs, but Perl is ubiquitous, and Oddmuse is just one single Perl script, easy to install.
Please note bugs on the Problems page.
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