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Karl gmkarl at
Fri Jun 5 09:41:05 PDT 2020

I'm working on fixing this a little right now. hosts a simple mediawiki is a git-remote for a
mediawiki, lets you push and pull changes

    git clone mediawiki:: wiki
    cd wiki is a git-remote for the bsv
blockchain (uses centralized web apis for now, but using a blockchain
ensures a path for a dev who needs to work around isp censorship)

    git remote add bsv
    git pull bsv

    # repo now holds wiki and can synchronize changes back up to either

If we back wikis on git like this, we can share changes and somebody could
push them up to the webserver who can get them through.

The three pieces that make this puzzle all need work, but appear to be
working now enough to use if really needed.

On Tue, Dec 10, 2019, 8:42 PM \0xDynamite <dreamingforward at> wrote:

> The censors are now making it difficult for people to edit wikipedia
> pages and other mediawiki sites.  If you don't believe in their
> liberal, gaytheist religion, they bombard you with impossible captchas
> and don't give you linking.
> \0xD
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