Nurpawiki is a personal information manager (PIM) application that combines a wiki, a to-do list, and a simple scheduler to help you get organized. It aims to ease note taking and action planning. Actions (to-dos) are always associated with notes or plans (wiki pages). The application will be extended for multiple users in the future to help organizing small team development.
|Tags||Information Management Internet Web Dynamic Content Wiki Issue Tracking|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Unix|
Release Notes: Upgraded to work with the latest Ocsigen 1.1.0 and Calendar 2.0.x versions. Automatic installation of the database schema on first use, which simplifies installation. The Debian package is under review. Better logging to diagnose database installation issues. Minor UI improvements.
Release Notes: Nurpawiki was migrated to work with the latest Ocsigen 1.0.0 version. A problem was fixed in which the server crashed and became unresponsive if an unknown todo ID was specified in a wiki page.
Release Notes: Support for installing on PostgreSQL 8.3. A session timeout problem has been fixed so that users no longer get logged out after a period of inactivity. The database schema has been extended to make migrating a Nurpawiki installation from PostgreSQL 8.2 to PostgreSQL 8.3 easy.
Release Notes: The /history view was split into multiple pages to make viewing recent changes snappier. Users now have the ability to configure their preferred home page. Performance optimizations were made in the /history view. A Selenium IDE-based functional test suite was added.
Release Notes: Read-only access was added, allowing users who are not logged in to view the site content but not to modify it. A moved task can be highlighted in the to-do list if it's been moved up or down in priorities. Connection pooling was added. Less database queries are needed during page loads with many to-dos. If the database server has been restarted while Nurpawiki has been running, an attempt is made to retry database connections. Login screen problems in issue 40 will be automatically fixed by the upcoming Ocsigen 0.9.5.