I removed "Anti-Spam" from this list, as Aneuch (beginning with the release of 0.30) will have built-in spam fighting abilities. See Spam for more info.

-- AaronGraves Wed Aug 21 13:57:42 UTC 2013 (

Auth/ACL suggestion: Keep the single-level password list for authenticating, but allow setting certain pages' read and write ability. If disabled, a user must use a password to bypass. (This is simple, but surely that's one of this wikis goals?)

-- TomMewett Sat Sep 7 15:52:41 UTC 2013 (

I was thinking of doing that, and including an "editor password" in addition to the "administrative password" to provide for such access.

Thanks for your suggestion!

-- AaronGraves Sat Sep 7 17:27:26 UTC 2013 (

Multi-level subpages could replace the ?do= action system completely.

For example, one could register "Edit" as a special page, which would use the subpage name as the one to be edited. Likewise with "History," etc.

-- TomMewett Fri Oct 31 23:38:28 UTC 2014 (

That is an application for it that I could look into for future releases.

One could remove the ?do= and similar actions using some clever .htaccess rules and a few modifications of the script.

-- AaronGraves Sat Nov 1 06:52:51 UTC 2014 (

Though page clusters are not featured in Aneuch, delayed deleting was released with Version 0.40. Page clustering shouldn't be too difficult to implement after that.

-- AaronGraves Wed Jan 7 14:23:33 UTC 2015 (


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