So far, I’ve modded Instiki to have new stylesheets for a cleaner look, and a set of blackberry and mobile device optimizations, including:
shortening the help text and moving it below the page body when editing so you don’t have to scroll past it
reducing the ROARINGLY LOUD font-size of the page header
when password-protecting your instiki, you’re forced to chose between giving users full edit access plus back-links (“this page is linked to from…”), or no edit access with no back-links. the intertwingledness of back-links with editing privileges didn’t work for me, so i hacked published mode so that back-links work in published and authenticated mode, plus the edit button is now always visible, but if you’re in published (un-authenticated) mode, the edit button will make you login first. Once you preview the changes you’ll see that the results are
much more usable on a blackberry… download the rails code at
apply it via: `patch -p0
make search work like back-links – independent of authenticated state
pass the current page to the wiki login controller so that logging in to edit takes you back to the same page and not to the homepage – doh.