- Good that one can edit HTML directly, and the editor keeps the HTML exactly as you wrote it.
- Clean design; little extraneous content outside one's own content boxes.
- One can edit the navigation box.
- One can add other boxes (I've added one for the content licence).
Now the jeers:
- One can add sites eg. /mysite but one can't have a top level site. The top site is actually the log-in screen. I think one should be able to create a top-level site. In fact, if I was designing the thing, I'd just have one site.
- It's possible to use one's own domain name, but there are severe limitations. I've set up http://www.tlocke.org.uk/ to point to my site, but this just redirects to the login page. Not much use if you're setting up a site for general internet use.
- Google Sites allows one to to put pages in sub-directories. But one thing we've learnt about wikis is that all pages should be on the top level.
- I always use the HTML editor. So there should be a setting to go straight to HTML view, rather than going through the hassle of entering the editor each time.
- Does funny redirect thing to links.
- I've compiled a general wish-list for things I'd like a wiki to do.
Well there it is.