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   149 @%META:TOPICINFO{author="TWikiContributor" date="1111929255" format="1.0" version="26"}%
       
   150 ---++ TWiki is a Web-based collaboration platform
       
   151    * A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, full-featured open communications environment:
       
   152       * people anywhere on the Web or on an intranet can meet
       
   153       * rich Web text, images, and online multimedia are easily shared
       
   154       * documents and other files can be uploaded and downloaded
       
   155       * all you need is a Web browser and any available network connection
       
   156 
       
   157 ---++ TWiki is an UNUSUAL Web-based collaboration platform
       
   158    * There's no doubt that, to most people, TWiki at first seems almost the opposite of how the Web and online communications "normally" work. Why?
       
   159       * TWiki operates like a whiteboard for the Web - it lets you and all other users write, place pictures and post links, anywhere on any page.
       
   160       * Not only that, everyone can EDIT anything, anywhere on a page.
       
   161       * At first, this may seem "too" open - it soon becomes second-nature, allowing you the freedom to edit and update the way you want to.
       
   162 
       
   163 ---++ TWiki is a powerful Web enhancement...
       
   164    * TWiki's parsing engine is written in Perl. It reads a text file, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
       
   165       * make adding and editing text simple _(How simple? Click on the *Edit* link at the bottom of the page...)_ 
       
   166       * let you find information _fast_ ([[WebSearch][WebSearch]])
       
   167 
       
   168    * TWiki provides an intuitive way for people to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. (When it comes down to it, that's all you need.)
       
   169 
       
   170    * TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones, based on Ward Cunningham's original [[http://c2.com/][Wiki Wiki Web]].
       
   171 
       
   172 ---++ "TWiki" stands for...
       
   173 
       
   174    * _Wiki wiki_ means "quick" in Hawaiian. The shuttle at Honolulu Airport is called the _wiki wiki_ bus, which is where the original Wiki web got its name.
       
   175    * _TWiki_ is short for _TakeFive Wiki_, the name of the company where its founder Peter Thoeny worked. (It was later discovered that _Twiki_ is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/" target="_blank"><i>Buck Rogers</i></a> movie and TV series from 1979.)
       
   176 
       
   177 ---++ Selected TWiki Topics...
       
   178 
       
   179    * WelcomeGuest is a fast track guide to TWiki
       
   180    * TWikiSite provides a basic big picture overview of the TWiki platform
       
   181    * TWikiTopics is a quick and concentrated look at the TWiki core
       
   182    * TWikiPlannedFeatures lists approved additions to future TWiki versions.
       
   183    * TWikiEnhancementRequests is the place to add your new feature requests.
       
   184    * [[%HOMETOPIC%][TWiki Documentation]]: a compact User's Guide and an in-depth Reference Manual.
       
   185    * TWikiHistory puts TWiki development on a timeline
       
   186    * WikiCulture looks at the unique type of collaboration Wiki systems offer.
       
   187    * WikiReferences links to articles and books about collaboration and Wiki technology.
       
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   189 <blockquote> %X% If you have to log-in to use TWiki, for example, if TWiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: %USERSWEB%.TWikiGuest.</blockquote>
       
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   191 ---++ Disclaimer
       
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   193    * TWiki&trade;, the TWiki logo and the "Collaborate with TWiki" tagline are trademarks of TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - founder of TWiki.
       
   194    * TWiki is developed as Free Software under the [[GnuGeneralPublicLicense][GNU/GPL]]
       
   195    * TWiki has its root in the GPLed <nop>JosWiki. Many thanks to Markus Peter and Dave Harris for creating <nop>JosWiki!
       
   196    * TWiki's home address is http://twiki.org/
       
   197    * The latest TWiki release is available from http://twiki.org/download.html
       
   198    * This site is powered by TWiki version *%WIKIVERSION%*
       
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   215 <blockquote> %X% If you have to log-in to use TWiki, for example, if TWiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: %MAINWEB%.TWikiGuest.</blockquote>
       
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   229 	* A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, full-featured open communications environment:
       
   230 		* people anywhere on the Web or on an intranet can meet
       
   231 		* rich Web text, images, and online multimedia are easily shared
       
   232 		* documents and other files can be uploaded and downloaded
       
   233 		* all you need is a Web browser and any available network connection
       
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   236 	* There's no doubt that, to most people, TWiki at first seems almost the opposite of how the Web and online communications "normally" work. Why?
       
   237 		* TWiki operates like a whiteboard for the Web - it lets you and all other users write, place pictures and post links, anywhere on any page.
       
   238 		* Not only that, everyone can EDIT anything, anywhere on a page.
       
   239 		* At first, this may seem "too" open - it soon becomes second-nature, allowing you the freedom to edit and update the way you want to.
       
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   242 	* TWiki's parsing engine is written in Perl. It reads a text file, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
       
   243 		* make adding and editing text simple _(How simple? Click on the *Edit* link at the bottom of the page...)_ 
       
   244 		* let you find information _fast_ ([[WebSearch][WebSearch]])
       
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   247 	* TWiki provides an intuitive way for people to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. (When it comes down to it, that's all you need.)
       
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   250 	* TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones, based on Ward Cunningham's original [[http://c2.com/][Wiki Wiki Web]].
       
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   253 	* _Wiki wiki_ means "quick" in Hawaiian. The shuttle at Honolulu Airport is called the _wiki wiki_ bus, which is where the original Wiki web got its name.
       
   254 	* _TWiki_ is short for _TakeFive Wiki_, the name of the company where its founder Peter Thoeny worked. (It was later discovered that _Twiki_ is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/" target="_blank"><i>Buck Rogers</i></a> movie and TV series from 1979.)
       
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   257 	* WelcomeGuest is a fast track guide to TWiki
       
   258 	* TWikiSite provides a basic big picture overview of the TWiki platform
       
   259 	* TWikiTopics is a quick and concentrated look at the TWiki core
       
   260 	* TWikiPlannedFeatures lists approved additions to future TWiki versions.
       
   261 	* TWikiEnhancementRequests is the place to add your new feature requests.
       
   262 	* [[%HOMETOPIC%][TWiki Documentation]]: a compact User's Guide and an in-depth Reference Manual.
       
   263 	* TWikiHistory puts TWiki development on a timeline
       
   264 	* WikiCulture looks at the unique type of collaboration Wiki systems offer.
       
   265 	* WikiReferences links to articles and books about collaboration and Wiki technology.
       
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   268 	* TWiki&trade;, the TWiki logo and the "Collaborate with TWiki" tagline are trademarks of TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - founder of TWiki.
       
   269 	* TWiki is developed as Free Software under the [[GnuGeneralPublicLicense][GNU/GPL]]
       
   270 	* TWiki has its root in the GPLed <nop>JosWiki. Many thanks to Markus Peter and Dave Harris for creating <nop>JosWiki!
       
   271 	* TWiki's home address is http://twiki.org/
       
   272 	* The latest TWiki release is available from http://twiki.org/download.html
       
   273 	* This site is powered by TWiki version *%WIKIVERSION%*
       
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   285 ---++ TWiki is a Web-based collaboration platform
       
   286 	* A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, full-featured open communications environment:
       
   287 		* people anywhere on the Web or on an intranet can meet
       
   288 		* rich Web text, images, and online multimedia are easily shared
       
   289 		* documents and other files can be uploaded and downloaded
       
   290 		* all you need is a Web browser and any available network connection
       
   291 
       
   292 ---+++ TWiki is an UNUSUAL Web-based collaboration platform
       
   293 	* There's no doubt that, to most people, TWiki at first seems almost the opposite of how the Web and online communications "normally" work. Why?
       
   294 		* TWiki operates like a whiteboard for the Web - it lets you and all other users write, place pictures and post links, anywhere on any page.
       
   295 		* Not only that, everyone can EDIT anything, anywhere on a page.
       
   296 		* At first, this may seem "too" open - it soon becomes second-nature, allowing you the freedom to edit and update the way you want to.
       
   297 
       
   298 ---+++ TWiki is a powerful Web enhancement...
       
   299 	* TWiki's parsing engine is written in Perl. It reads a text file, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
       
   300 		* make adding and editing text simple _(How simple? Click on the *Edit* link at the bottom of the page...)_ 
       
   301 		* let you find information _fast_ ([[WebSearch][WebSearch]])
       
   302 
       
   303 	* TWiki provides an intuitive way for people to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. (When it comes down to it, that's all you need.)
       
   304 
       
   305 	* TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones, based on Ward Cunningham's original [[http://c2.com/][Wiki Wiki Web]].
       
   306 
       
   307 ---+++ "TWiki" stands for...
       
   308 
       
   309 	* _Wiki wiki_ means "quick" in Hawaiian. The shuttle at Honolulu Airport is called the _wiki wiki_ bus, which is where the original Wiki web got its name.
       
   310 	* _TWiki_ is short for _TakeFive Wiki_, the name of the company where its founder worked. (It was later discovered that _Twiki_ is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/" target="_blank"><i>Buck Rogers...</i></a> movie and TV series from 1979 - see TWiki in the logo.)
       
   311 
       
   312 ---+++ Selected TWiki Topics...
       
   313 	* TWikiSite provides a basic big picture overview of the TWiki platform
       
   314 	* TWikiTopics is a quick and concentrated look at the TWiki core
       
   315 	* TWikiPlannedFeatures lists approved additions to future TWiki versions.
       
   316 	* TWikiEnhancementRequests is the place to add your new feature requests.
       
   317 	* [[%HOMETOPIC%][TWiki Documentation]]: a compact User's Guide and an in-depth Reference Manual.
       
   318 	* TWikiHistory puts TWiki development on a timeline
       
   319 	* WikiCulture looks at the unique type of collaboration Wiki systems offer.
       
   320 	* WikiReferences links to articles and books about collaboration and Wiki technology.
       
   321 
       
   322 <blockquote> %X% If you have to log-in to use TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: Main.TWikiGuest.</blockquote>
       
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   324 TWiki<sup>TM</sup> is a trademark of PeterThoeny - originator and lead developer.
       
   325 	* TWiki is developed as Free Software under the [[GnuGeneralPublicLicense][GNU/GPL]]
       
   326 	* TWiki has its root in the GPLed <nop>JosWiki. Many thanks to Markus Peter and Dave Harris for creating <nop>JosWiki!
       
   327 	* TWiki's home address is http://twiki.org/.
       
   328 	* Source code is available upon request: see http://twiki.org/download.html.
       
   329 	* WelcomeGuest is a fast track guide to TWiki.
       
   330 	* This site is powered by TWiki version *%WIKIVERSION%*.
       
   331 
       
   332 -- TWiki:Main.MikeMannix - 12 May 2002 %BR%
       
   333 -- TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - 16 Dec 2003
       
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   365 	* [[WebHome][TWiki Documentation]]: a compact User's Guide and an in-depth Reference Manual.
       
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   398 <blockquote> __NOTE:__ If you have to log-in to usr TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs pages you edit and create with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: Main.TWikiGuest.</blockquote>
       
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   415 	* A TWiki site is a easy-to-use, full-featured open communication environment:
       
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   418 		* everything works through a regular Web browser
       
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   421 	* TWiki provides an intuitive way to meet and collaborate, that aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. It finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral and constantly evolving. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
       
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   424 	* _TWiki_ is short for _TakeFive Wiki_ from the name of the company where its founder worked. (It was later discovered that _Twiki_ is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/" target="_blank"><i>Buck Rogers...</i></a> movie and TV show from 1979 - its head is in the logo.)
       
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   427 	* TWikiPages tells you how to do administrative things, like renaming topics.
       
   428 	* TWikiHistory timelines TWiki's development.
       
   429 	* TWikiPlannedFeatures lists of approved additions to future TWiki versions.
       
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   432 	* TWikiDocumentation is the complete reference manual.
       
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   435 <blockquote> __NOTE:__ If you have to log-in to us TWiki, for example, if Twiki is running on an intranet, it automatically signs new pages with your WikiName. If your TWiki installation doesn't require a log-in, TWiki gives everyone the same username: Main.TWikiGuest. </blockquote>
       
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   438 -- Main.MikeMannix - 01 Dec 2001
       
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   464 TWiki is trademarked to Peter Thoeny, originator and lead developer.
       
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   467 _Last updated: Main.MikeMannix - 30 Oct 2001_ <br />
       
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   481 	* A TWiki site is a simple, satisfying, full-featured open communication environment:
       
   482 		* people anywhere online can meet
       
   483 		* rich Web text, images, online multimedia are easily shared
       
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   486 ---+++ TWiki is written in Perl...
       
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   489 	* TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts TWiki shorthand into standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
       
   490 		* make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on the *Edit* link at the bottom of the page) 
       
   491 		* let you find information fast ([[WebSearch][WebSearch]]). 
       
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   494 	* In addition to being quick, as a meeting and colloboration space, %WIKITOOLNAME% aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
       
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   497 	* %WIKITOOLNAME% is one of many WikiWikiClones, based on the original [[http://c2.com/][Wiki Wiki Web]], built by Wiki:WardCummingham.
       
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   500 	* _TWiki_ is short for _TakeFive Wiki_. (It was later discovered that _Twiki_ is also the name of an AI robot that co-starred in the <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/" target="_blank"><i>Buck Rogers...</i></a> movie and TV show from 1979 - its head is in the logo.)
       
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   503 
       
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   505 	* TWikiPlannedFeatures lists of approved additions to future TWiki versions.
       
   506 	* TWikiHistory timelines TWiki's development.
       
   507 a30 1
       
   508 	* TWikiPages tells you how to do administrative things, like renaming topics.
       
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   511 <blockquote> __NOTE:__ %WIKITOOLNAME% automatically signs new pages with your WikiName when %WIKITOOLNAME% is running on an intranet. If your %WIKITOOLNAME% installation doesn't require a log-in, %WIKITOOLNAME% treats all contributors the same - everyone gets the same username: Main.TWikiGuest. </blockquote>
       
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   514 	* This %WIKITOOLNAME% version is *%WIKIVERSION%*.
       
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   517 -- MikeMannix - 14 Sep 2001 <br />	
       
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   521 1.14
       
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   528 %META:TOPICINFO{author="MikeMannix" date="999329583" format="1.0" version="1.14"}%
       
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   531 	* A TWiki site is an easy-to-use, satisfying open communication environment where...
       
   532 		* people anywhere on the Internet can meet,
       
   533 		* share rich Web text, images, online multimedia,
       
   534 		* do it all through a regular Web browser. 
       
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   537 TWiki's parsing engine reads a text file, hyperlinks it, and converts it to standard HTML, on the fly. The point is to:
       
   538 	* make editing text extremely simple (to see how simple, click on *Edit* link at the bottom of the page) 
       
   539 	* and to let you find information fast ([[WebSearch][WebSearch]]). 
       
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   542 In addition to being quick, %WIKITOOLNAME% aspires to the Zen ideals known as WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
       
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   545 %WIKITOOLNAME% is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first Wiki was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/.
       
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   548 	* _Wiki wiki_ means "quick" in Hawaiian. They call the shuttle at Honolulu Airport the wiki wiki bus. Which is where the original Wiki Wiki Web got its name.
       
   549 	* _TWiki_ is short for _TakeFive Wiki_ . (It was later found that _Twiki_ is the name of a robot in a <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/" target="_blank">Buck Rogers</a> TV show from 1979. That's his head.)
       
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   552 	* TWikiEnhancementRequests is the place where you can add your enhancement requests.
       
   553 	* TWikiPlannedFeatures has a list of planned features for upcoming TWiki versions.
       
   554 	* TWikiHistory shows TWiki's implementation history.
       
   555 	* TWikiDocumentation is the implementation documentation.
       
   556 	* ManagingWebs tells you how to do administrative stuff, like renaming or deleting a topic.
       
   557 	* WikiCulture talks about the unique type of collaboration Wiki systems offer.
       
   558 	* WikiReferences has links to articles and books around collaboration and the Wiki technology in particular.
       
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   561 <blockquote> *Note:* %WIKITOOLNAME% automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case %WIKITOOLNAME% is running on an intranet where you log in. In case your %WIKITOOLNAME% installation does not authenticate users, %WIKITOOLNAME% does not know about usernames, and all contributors become Main.TWikiGuest. </blockquote>
       
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   564 	* TWiki's home is at http://twiki.org/
       
   565 	* Source code is available upon request, see http://twiki.org/download.html
       
   566 	* WelcomeGuest is a basic instant guide to TWiki.
       
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   578 %META:TOPICINFO{author="MikeMannix" date="999172600" format="1.0" version="1.13"}%
       
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   581 	* TWikiAdministration tells you how to do administrative stuff, like renaming or deleting a topic.
       
   582 a40 1
       
   583 %META:TOPICMOVED{by="MikeMannix" date="999166913" from="TWiki.TWikiWeb" to="TWiki.TWikiSite"}%
       
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   594 %META:TOPICINFO{author="PeterThoeny" date="996218983" format="1.0beta2" version="1.12"}%
       
   595 The %WIKITOOLNAME% web is a web-based collaboration tool. 
       
   596 	* WelcomeGuest tells you more about how to use it.
       
   597 	* TWiki's home is at http://TWiki.org/
       
   598 d4 4
       
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   600 %WIKITOOLNAME% is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converts it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:
       
   601 	* make the text editing process very simple ( click on the *Edit* link at the bottom of the page ) 
       
   602 	* and to find information fast ( WebSearch ). 
       
   603 d9 1
       
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   605 In addition to being quick, %WIKITOOLNAME% also aspires to Zen ideals generally labeled WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral. When it comes down to it, that's all you need.
       
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   608 What does the name TWiki stand for?
       
   609 	* _Wiki wiki_ means quick in Hawai'ian. They call the shuttle at the Honolulu airport the <A HREF="http://www.quickaid.com/airports/hnl/company/trans_tm.html"> wiki wiki bus</A>. 
       
   610 	* _TWiki_ is the short form of _TakeFive Wiki_ . (Later on I found out that _Twiki_ is the name of a robot in a <a href="http://www.buck-rogers.com/">Buck Rogers</a> TV show in 1979)
       
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   613 %WIKITOOLNAME% is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Wiki:WardCummingham, http://c2.com/
       
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   615 Topics of interest:
       
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   618 *Note:*
       
   619 	* %WIKITOOLNAME% automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case %WIKITOOLNAME% is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your %WIKITOOLNAME% installation does not authenticate users, %WIKITOOLNAME% does not know about user names, all contributors have the user name Main.TWikiGuest.
       
   620 	* TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://TWiki.org/download.html
       
   621 	* This %WIKITOOLNAME% version is *%WIKIVERSION%* .
       
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   624 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 09 Nov 2000 <br>
       
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   636 %WIKITOOLNAME% is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Ward Cummingham, http://c2.com/
       
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   657 %WIKITOOLNAME% is one of many WikiWikiClones; the first one was built by Ward Cummingham.
       
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   668 	* TWiki's home is at http://TWiki.SourceForge.net/
       
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   671 	* %WIKITOOLNAME% automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all visitors have the user name Main.TWikiGuest.
       
   672 	* TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://TWiki.SourceForge.net/download.html
       
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   675 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 09 Sep 2000 <br>
       
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   695 	* TWikiDocumentation is the implementation documentation of TWiki with these topics:
       
   696 		* TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername 
       
   697 		* TWikiTemplates
       
   698 		* TWikiVariables
       
   699 		* TWikiNotificationOfChanges 
       
   700 		* TWikiCategoryTable 
       
   701 		* TWikiImplementationNotes 
       
   702 		* TWikiInstallationNotes 
       
   703 		* TWikiUpgradeNotes
       
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   706 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 21 Aug 2000 <br>
       
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   717 The %WIKITOOLNAME% web is a web based collaboration tool. 
       
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   720 %WIKITOOLNAME% is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converteds it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:
       
   721 	* make the text editing process a very simple ( click on the *Edit* link at the bottom of the page ) 
       
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   724 %WIKITOOLNAME% is one of many WikiWikiClones, the first one was built by Ward Cummingham.
       
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   727 		* TWikiUpgradeTo01May2000
       
   728 	* TWikiAdministration tells you how to do administrative stuff like renaming or deleting a topic.
       
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   731 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 18 Aug 2000 <br>
       
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   741 	* TWikiUsers has a list of all TWiki users.
       
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   745 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 21 Apr 2000 <br>
       
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   756 		* TWikiUpgradeTo01Mai2000
       
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   767 The TWiki web is a web based collaboration tool. 
       
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   770 TWiki is a cgi-bin script written in Perl. It reads a text file, hyperlinks it and converteds it to HTML on the fly. The point is to:
       
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   773 TWiki is one of many WikiWikiClones, the first one was built by Ward Cummingham.
       
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   776 	* TWikiDocumentation is the implementation documentation of TWiki.
       
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   779 	* TWiki automatically signs new pages with your WikiName in case TWiki is running on an Intranet where you log in. In case your TWiki installation does not authenticate users, TWiki does not know about user names, all visitors have the user name Main.TWikiGuest.
       
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   782 	* This TWiki version is *%WIKIVERSION%* .
       
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   785 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 10 Jan 1999 <br>
       
   786 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 05 Apr 2000 <br>
       
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   797 	* TWiki's home is at http://www.mindspring.com/~peterthoeny/twiki/index.html
       
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   800 	* TWiki's source code is available upon request, see http://www.mindspring.com/~peterthoeny/twiki/index.html
       
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   803 -- Main.PeterThoeny - 10 Jan 1999
       
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