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*[[Barcode]] (or [[RFID]] or [[NFC]] ID) lookup of product or company [[URI]] - selecting appropriate [[natural language]], [[simple vocabulary]], and [[credibility]] (perhaps based on user [[faction]]) from many versions all maintained in the [[wiki]]
 
*[[Barcode]] (or [[RFID]] or [[NFC]] ID) lookup of product or company [[URI]] - selecting appropriate [[natural language]], [[simple vocabulary]], and [[credibility]] (perhaps based on user [[faction]]) from many versions all maintained in the [[wiki]]
 
*integration with other [[mobile device code]]
 
*integration with other [[mobile device code]]
*[[Faction]] support to enable edit disputes and settle relative [[credibility]];  For instance, capacity to hide a version from everyone whose faction gives the version low credibility, while making it the default for those who accept that faction's [[point of view]];  This can replace the [[sysop power structure]] which gets out of control easily, e.g. [[Wikipedia]], and bad [[permission-based model]]s of editing which are known not to work at all.
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*[[Faction]] support to enable edit disputes and settle relative [[credibility]];  For instance, capacity to hide a version from everyone whose faction gives the version low credibility, while making it the default for those who accept that faction's [[point of view]];  This can replace the [[sysop power structure]] which gets out of control easily, e.g. [[Wikipedia]], and [[permission-based model]]s of editing which are not wiki-ish at all.

Latest revision as of 03:01, 23 February 2004

MoinMoinWiki extensions are different from Mediawiki modifications or Tikiwiki modifications since MoinMoin has a framework for extensions, so that its core wiki code does not need to be "modified" to add new features, e.g. a MoinMoin parser for a wikitext standard. See wiki code for detailed comparison of other features.

Since MoinMoin is written in Python it may be easier to integrate with mobile device code which is starting to adopt that language for scripting of location-based services and other worn device capabilities.

Some extensions likely required for Consumerium Services include: