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This is the last call for comments for the review of debconf
templates for phpwiki.

The reviewed templates will be sent on Thursday, August 27, 2009 to the package
maintainer as a bug report and a mail will be sent to this list with
"[BTS]" as a subject tag.


Template: phpwiki/notes/introduction
Type: note
_Description: PHPWiki configuration
 The most important settings for PHPWiki can be configured automatically.
 This configuration process will generate a basic, standalone
 PHPWiki. It is sufficient for simple local installations, but does not
 encompass all of PHPWiki's capabilities. If you want to use the more
 advanced features of the wiki, you need to modify /etc/phpwiki/config.ini
 after the initial configuration is completed.
 Please read /usr/share/doc/phpwiki/README.Debian for some important notices
 regarding the first time you load pages into the new wiki.

Template: phpwiki/system/documentroot
Type: string
Default: /phpwiki
_Description: Web-accessible location of PHPWiki:
 Please specify the location within the web site tree of the PHPWiki pages.
 This value will be the local path portion of the wiki's URL, so for
 example the default value of "/phpwiki" would make it accessible at

Template: phpwiki/system/accessible
Type: select
__Choices: localhost only, local network, global
Default: localhost only
_Description: Hosts authorized to access the wiki pages:
 It is possible to restrict access to the wiki to specific hosts
 or IP addresses.
 If you select "localhost only", access will be restricted to users of
 the machine the wiki is running on.  The "local network" option will
 allow people on machines on the same network as the wiki host to access
 wiki pages. Finally, choosing "global" allows any host to connect to
 the wiki.

Template: phpwiki/system/localnet
Type: string
_Description: Local network:
 Please specify the network that will be considered as "local" and
 allowed to access the wiki pages. Use either an IP network in CIDR
 format (x.x.x.x/y) or a domain specification (like *.example.org).

Template: phpwiki/notes/configupgrade
Type: note
_Description: New configuration method
 PHPWiki 1.3.10 has implemented a new configuration system that no longer
 stores configuration details in the index.php file. The configuration syntax
 has also been standardized and all directives are now placed in config.ini.
 You still need to run the PHPWiki Upgrade Wizard manually to complete the
 final portions of the upgrade. See Step 3 of the "Wiki Upgrades" section in
 README.Debian for details.
 An automatic migration of the configuration has been performed, which should
 be enough in most cases. The resulting /etc/phpwiki/config.ini file
 should however be checked carefully, particularly when
 external authentication methods (LDAP, IMAP, SQL, etc) are
Source: phpwiki
Section: web
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Matt Brown <mattb@debian.org>
Uploaders: David Moreno Garza <damog@debian.org>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 7), dpatch, po-debconf
Standards-Version: 3.8.2
Homepage: http://phpwiki.sourceforge.net/

Package: phpwiki
Architecture: all
Depends: ${misc:Depends}, apache2 | httpd, php5 | libapache2-mod-php5, php-db, php5-mysql | php5-pgsql | php5-sqlite, ucf (>= 1.05), dbconfig-common (>= 1.8.21)
Recommends:  mysql-client | postgresql-client | sqlite
Suggests: php5-imap, php5-ldap
Description: informal collaborative website manager
 PHPWiki is a reimplementation in PHP of the wiki engine behind the
 original WikiWikiWeb at http://c2.com/cgi-bin/wiki?WikiWikiWeb.
 A wiki is a dynamic website which can be edited by anyone at any time.
 Over time bad information is naturally filtered out, since the barrier to
 modification is very low. Malicious or accidental destruction is limited
 by keeping backup versions of all pages.
 This package includes introductory material for the wiki
 concept, which can be viewed via the wiki interface when the package has
 been installed.

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