Best Places to Visit In Amsterdam

If you are looking for the best places to visit in Amsterdam, maybe this will help you. Here is a list of some of the best places to visit while you are there.

amsterdam canal ring

The first place is Amsterdam canal ring. The centre is formed from canal rings. You can walk through these streets or take it all in by boat. Any way you decide to take it in, you will enjoy.

national maritime museum

Second is The National Maritime Museum. It is a great place to go to with children. It features modern multimedia attraction exhibits, old maps, fine paintings, and ship models. This museum shows you the history of the Netherlands.

rijksmuseumThe third place is the Rijksmuseum. This museum is the largest one in the Netherlands. There are more than a million visitors that come to it each year. It is right now in a prolonged renovation but part of it still remains open. Its exhibition, The Masterpieces, shows famous pieces of Dutch art from the 17th century. While you are there, you may also see the beautiful doll houses from the traditional Delftware.


Fourth is Begijnhof which is a narrow and vaulted passageway that leads to a garden that is surrounded by old houses. The No.34 house is the oldest house in Amsterdam. The entrance on Spui is indicated by a sign. The entry is free.

amsterdam brown cafe

The fifth location to try out is the Amsterdam Brown Cafe. The cafe is called brown and has coffee, beer, and a simple meal. The atmosphere there is unique and the prices are low. You can relax and watch the people around you.

Most of the people around there will be locals. (Note: This is a great place to visit if you are trying to meet European singles!)

anne frank houseSixth is the Anne Frank House. This is the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her diary during World War II. Two families lived in these quarter for over 2 years hiding from the Nazis. As part of the house, the original of the diary is on display.

civic guards galleryThe seventh place is the Civic Guards Gallery. This gallery is free and open to the public. It features paintings from the Dutch Golden Age. The group portraits of Amsterdam citizens and their wives are a document of the culture and Dutch civilization centuries ago.

So as you can see there are a number of places that you can go to when visiting Amsterdam. These places are full of the rich culture of Amsterdam.

Something New For The Groom to Be – Eastern European Stag Parties

eastern european stag partyWhen you look for a fresh destination for a memorable group excursion, to get out of the familiar territory of the UK, consider Eastern European stag parties. You will find many special opportunities.

Whether it is seeing the sights in a new way or getting an adrenaline rush from a unique activity, Eastern Europe destinations promise long-lasting memories of exciting experiences. When you want to step beyond mere nightclub crawling with babes and booze, check out some of the opportunities offered in these cities.

Budapest, Hungary, frequently called “the Paris of the East” (which should give you a hint of its social life at least) sits on the banks of the Danube River.

Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it features thermal springs, a fabulous cavern system, and of course the “beautiful Danube.” One of the most entertaining ways a party of friends can see this enticing metropolis is by way of “beer-biking.”

These specialized bikes are designed to seat up to 14 people on either side of a bar, where they can sit, pedal, drink and enjoy the sights including ancient architecture and the many lovely ladies that call Budapest their home!

The (sober) driver will take the party on a unique tour of the city, giving you the leisure of the bike speed and the pleasure of a drinking party. If you want something more exciting, take advantage of the opportunity of having your own Trabant Retro Rally.

The Trabant, an icon of Eastern European engineering, will excite your competitive streak with its inefficient two-stroke engine and light-weight Duroplast frame.

Your party can run its rally through the Hungarian streets (with the potential added adventure of getting lost in the notorious vehicle). Budapest provides you a beautiful location for an offbeat adventure.

beer partySofia, the capital of Bulgaria, can give your stag party a starting point for an extreme sport adventure of whitewater river rafting. From the city, your party can venture into the strikingly beautiful valleys of the countryside for close encounters with the powerful rivers of Bulgaria.

Be prepared to meet high waters, jagged rocks and an excursion that will remain inadventurers memories for years to come. But if the prospect of getting wet in roiling water doesn’t appeal, consider outdoor go-karting. Sofia boasts one of the best karting tracks in Europe.

The karts can reach speeds of 60 km/hr. with their 200cc engines. You can give the phrase “friendly competition” a whole new edge during a few circuits of the course.

Brno, in the Czech Republic, also offers many outdoor opportunities for fun and adventure. One such highlight is a wild course for quad biking.

The motorized four-wheelers run a stimulating course over rough ground ready to challenge any eager biker. You can arrange match races between members of your party, while those waiting their turn can cheer their comrades from a comfortable viewing point.

If racing isn’t what will stir you, perhaps the opportunity of a shooting party using AK-47s has greater appeal.

Travelers from Britain are unlikely to ever have the chance of shooting the famous Russian Kalashnikov weapon at home, but Brno can provide a supervised opportunity on a range. You can return from your excursion to Brno as “hot shots” of Eastern Europe.

Stag partyEstonia offers your stag party Tallinn, the oldest capital in Northern Europe. On the shores of the Gulf of Finland, the city presents a blend of historical architecture and modern construction.

With its northern climate, it offers an occasion for many winter sports, including ice cricket. Opportunities to play ice cricket can be had (depending on the weather) on the surface of Lake Harku or in an old Soviet missile factory.

When played outdoors, the wicket is carved from ice, and the ball is colored red for ease in seeing it during play.

Your party can participate in one of the tournaments or can play a couple of matches against a local team. If that chills you too much, Tallinn also can give you and your companions the opportunity for a Demolition Derby, using old Russian cars.

You can certainly warm yourselves up with the thrill of out-racing (or out-ramming) your friends on the course.

These are only a few of the opportunities available for Eastern Europe stag parties looking to leap out of the UK in search of something new and exciting. The cities of Eastern Europe are waiting to greet you.

The Ever Challenging Task Of Changing Careers


The choices that a person makes as far as their future goes should generally start from a very early stage in his or her life. The fact of the matter is that their future commences from the time they begin to learn new things through a strong education.

This education is supposed to help that individual to determine what kind of job they would be qualified for in the future. Otherwise referred to as their career, this employment opportunity should be able to support them for the rest of their lives.

It seems like a tall order to fulfill at such an early stage in his or her life doesn’t it? With such an important decision to be made, it is possible to get it wrong and many people do.

The career they choose may turn out to be boring or a bit too difficult to handle. There is always the possibility that working relationships on the job could turn sour and eventually reach a breaking point. The good news is that changing careers is not the most difficult thing in the world.


It could be difficult to imagine a life of utter boredom, but when someone is stuck in a mundane job that is exactly what they will be experiencing. There may be very few opportunities to take control of their environment and making it to work on time could seem like a pointless exercise.

It is times like these when a career change might be in order and with careful planning and an accurate assessment of the available tools, a decision can be made.

First of all, is the individual qualified to move into another field or will they need to stay in the same kind of working environment. This is important since switching jobs within the same field will hardly achieve the desired outcome.

On the other hand, if it is a matter of increasing the daily challenges, this might be as simple as a promotion within the company. Switching fields will require an assessment of the qualifications needed to determine if increasing education levels will be necessary.

Considering the Options

Before a decision can be procured about a career change, a list of possibilities should be created. Understanding that the grass may look greener on the other side is only half of the challenge. There is no point in trying to switch career’s midstream to a field that may not be feasible due to time constraints.

The applicant should begin by creating a list of possibilities as they relate to alternative careers. This is an important decision to make which means that help from any resource will be a plus.

There are a few top-notch resources such as LinkedIn Insider Secrets by Greig Wells that can help you get started on your Job Search. The list should include any kind of job opportunity that would provide the kind of challenges that are not being currently offered.

Once the list has been completed it will be time to evaluate the qualifications needed to apply for any of those positions. Use the list as a guideline to which ones are possible and remember to include promotions within the present company.

The Time Factor


It is reasonable to expect that there are certain career choices that are outside the realm of possibility. For instance, if your math skills are not that great, then a job as an engineer may not be the smartest move. Additionally, if the sight of blood makes you squeamish, then open-heart surgery should probably be ruled out.

You may not be able to employ an exploratory committee to help you with your decision like some politicians, however, exposing yourself to a few interviews might not be a bad idea.

Career choices on the list which require four-year degrees or something a little more complicated should probably be removed, especially if time is important.

That is not to say that they would be attainable; however, the clock will be ticking, and this career change will probably be taking place well into the existing one.

When all is said and done, there should be a short list of no more than three and no less than one option available to you.

The Financial Element

Career choices are generally affected by financial capabilities. A job that takes up most of your time and places an unreasonable amount of stress on your well-being will be worthless if the compensation does not match the effort.

In addition to that fact, if the company is small and there is no room for improvement then the possibilities of advancement may be dead in the water. A lack of benefits such as vacation and eventual raises could only make the future look very bleak.

Many people choose an initial career without weighing in on a future that includes a family. Limited finances and benefits can make it difficult to meet personal budgets and take care of the family like you want to. You change in career should depend primarily on increasing your wages and benefits.

It may be necessary to invest in a further education to achieve your goals, but with a copy of LinkedIn Insider Secrets to your Job Search and the right goals in place, you will be on your way.

Switching Gears


It should be noted that changing your career is not a decision you should be making lightly. A new career requires a great deal of sacrifices and commitments and should not be something that you do every year.

If the person making the change is married or living with someone, then both parties should be involved in the decision-making process. Major lifestyle changes may be required, such as time constraints, especially if a further education is needed.

Partnerships will require understanding as to the change in focus. That is not to say that there won’t be anything good coming out of it. The end game should be to improve the standard of living at home and a desire to go to work every day.

If the benefits do not substantially improve by the time the dust settles, then you could be repeating the process in the future.

The State of English Politics

english-politicsEnglish politics is currently in an interesting phase, or its blandest and most anodyne for years, depending on which commentators are read. The first Coalition government since the Second World War was meant to usher in a new era of co-operation and moderation in Parliament, but nothing could be further from the truth.

The coalition agreement between Prime Minster David Cameron’s Conservative Part and Deputy Prime Minster Nick Clegg’s Liberal Democrats seems to be coming apart at the seams. It is hard for the Liberal element to point to any significant successes, and their frequent response that they have reined the Conservatives# worst tendencies in has not played well with much of the core support.

Their figures have dipped in the polls to single figures, a decline which has been matched by gains for the anti-European Union UK Independence Party. This right-of-centre party formed around the single issue of Britain leaving the UK, although it has a much broader manifesto than that now. It talks tough on dog whistle right wing issues such as immigration, and seems to be leeching support from the Conservative Party.

This situation has prompted talk of a pact between the Tories and UKIP. UKIP leader Nigel Farrage has spoken bullishly about this idea, ruling it out while David Cameron still leads the Conservatives. He indicated that he would only consider such a pact if current education secretary Michael Gove became Tory leader.

This has not helped shore up Cameron’s increasingly shaky support from within his own party, which looks to be set for one of its periodic blood lettings over the issue of Europe. He must be casting nervous glances indeed at rising support for UKIP, a party he labelled a loony bunch of “closet racists” in 2006.

The official Opposition, the Labour Party, meanwhile, must be rubbing their hands with delight at Cameron’s internal problems. Indeed, they are enjoying a massive lead of around a consistent 10 points in most polls currently. Their recent thrashing of the Conservative and Liberal Democrat opponents in the Corby by-election showed that they seem to be a party moving forward.

Britain’s largely right-of-centre press are still not sold on the idea of a Labour government though, despite Cameron’s fumblings. The personal poll ratings of leader Ed Miliband, while rising, also remain frustratingly low for Labour low. Often attacked for a lack of real policy, Miliband, along with his Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, look to be playing the long game, with the next General Election scheduled for 2015.

However, one recent event really summed up the state of English politics currently for many people. That was the embarrassingly low turnout, below 10 per cent in some areas, for November’s Police and Crime Commissioner Elections. the low turn-out and abnormally high number of spoiled ballots showed that the English people were not very keen on an election many thought was a stupid waste of time and money in the dark days of November.

Addressing that cynicism and distrust of the political class is worrying for all in Parliament at the moment. They must be hoping that they can improve matters in that regard soon

WP WIKI Plugins


This plugin has been tested working with WP 1.2.0 .

This WordPress plugin adds a set of features, basically allowing to use WP as CamelCase-enabled Wiki as well as standard blog engine; just type in your CamelCase words, and WP-Wiki will take care of the rest. You can find a “live” example at SmokingLife. (the engine on that site has been changed to NewsBruiser, for experiments).

Download the latest release: WP-Wiki 1.03
Note: WP-Wiki is released under GNU General Public License

Installation procedure is the standard for WP plugins: unpack the file WP-wiki.php in the subdirectory WP_ROOT_DIR/wp-content/plugins/, then log in the administration panel, click on Plugins in the main menu, and activate the plugin. The only special requirement is to add the following rule to your .htaccess:

RewriteRule ^([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}$ index.php?wikiword=$0 [QSA]

Note: if you don’t already have an .htaccess file, remember to put these other two lines above the previous rule:

RewriteEngine On

and then the Base path, that should point to your WP root, e.g. /blog

RewriteBase /

Also note that your standard WP permalink structure won’t be altered, so the permalinks generated by WP (usually put on the post title) will work as before. “Wiki” permalinks on other sites can be manually created in this way:

<a href=""> link to that specific Wiki post</a>


  • Complete 1.3 support, adding automatic mod_rewrite rule management as soon as this feature will be documented
  • Add option to “wikify” comments
  • Add function to generate “wiki-links” to use in the templates
  • Add “negative markup” to block a WikiWord from being wikified
  • Add ability to track all recent updates to WikiPages
  • Implement some kind of “free for all” mode where unregistered users are allowed to change the page anyway


  • The first word of a sentence is never considered a valid CamelCase word, and CamelCase words ending a sentence may find that the last letter is not considered. This is a limitation of the Perl-compatible regular expression currently used to filter posts. If you have a better solution, by all means let me know ( jack AT bakerstreetsystems DOT co DOT uk)
  • CamelCase word included in extensive links (e.g.
    <a href="link.htm">my LongLink sentence</a>

    ) will be “picked up” by the filter and will break the link. Note that the filter won’t pick up a standard link with just a CamelCase word (e.g.

    <a href="page.htm">LongLink</a>

    will produce MyLink, the correct link). This might probably be solved with some kind of “negative” markup.


  • v.1.03
    • Fixed missing style attribute breaking validation
    • Less intrusive default style for missing CamelCase definitions
  • v.1.02
    • Improved RegEx, now it shouldn’t pick up CamelCase words “broken” or part of urls.
  • v.1.01
    • Fixed warning message when the post doesn’t contain any CamelCase word

Thanks to Kitten’s Random Post Plugin and Andrew Shi-hwa Chen’s WP-Wikify for the inspiration.


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  1. WordPress Plugin: WpWiki
    This plugin adds a set of features, basically allowing to use WP as CamelCase-enabled Wiki as well as standard blog engine; just type in your CamelCase words, and WP-Wiki will take care of the rest. You can find a “live” example at SmokingLife.Trackback by Blogging Pro – Blog News, Tools and Hacks — 8/7/2004 @ 8:22 pm
  2. Blogs en Wiki’s spannen samen
    Toch wonderlijk hoe de dingen soms ineens op hun plaats vallen. Vanochtend las ik het stukje van Pierre over een hechtere integratie van wiki en weblog. Vanmiddag leverde een kwartiertje grasduinen in een splinternieuwe WordPress-Wiki…Trackback by Weblog Zonder Haast — 8/7/2004 @ 10:20 pm
  3. Hi.I’m new to WP 1.2 and I’m trying to install this plugin, I’ve followed the instructions:1-unpack the file WP-wiki.php into /wp-content/plugins/
    2-activate the pluginAnd since I didn’t have one, I’ve created a file .htaccess and add the line:RewriteRule ^([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}$ /index.php?wikiword=$0 [QSA]

    Everything seems to work fine, except, when I try to follow one of the wiki links I get this message:

    “The requested URL /blog/WiiiKiii was not found on this server.”

    and the permalink refers to /blog/index.php?p=5

    Could ypu tell what am I doing wrong??


    Comment by Samuel — 8/10/2004 @ 4:43 pm

  4. Yeah, don’t worry 🙂 From what I understand, you put wordpress in the subfolder /blog/, right? The .htaccess should be put there as well.
    Then remove the “/” from “/index.php?wikiword=…”. It should work then.Comment by Giacomo — 8/10/2004 @ 5:06 pm
  5. I’ve changed the .htaccess, but still not working.Now it’s looking like this:RewriteRule ^([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}$ index.php?wikiword=$0 [QSA]You can see it my test blog for yourself at I follow a wiki link to a nonexistent post I go to the write interface. But after when I refer to the wiki link I get the same error.

    Any sugestion??


    Comment by Samuel — 8/10/2004 @ 5:36 pm

  6. Try with this:
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /blog
    RewriteRule ^([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}$ index.php?wikiword=$0 [QSA]

    I wish I was more proficient in mod_rewrite…
    PS: your URL is unreachable as now.Comment by Giacomo — 8/10/2004 @ 5:54 pm
  7. It’s Working … Great!!!I realy love this plugin.One more thing, don’t know if it’s already possible but it would be nice if could define a wiki link like this [link, name], where name is the sentence that want to show in our post instead of the link name.Thanks for the help.Regards

    Comment by Samuel — 8/10/2004 @ 6:11 pm

  8. Happy you like it 🙂
    I’ve had a few requests for an implementation not based on CamelCase but on simple markup. I’m not eager to define Yet Another Markup, I personally think that people can find this kind of features in other, better plugins (like Textile or Markdown) or software (“real”, specialised wiki). Anyway, I’ll re-evaluate this after completing my current project, the Version Control plugin.Comment by Giacomo — 8/10/2004 @ 6:30 pm
  9. The link for 1.03 seems to be broken right now. I keep getting 404s, but I’d like to have a look into that regular expression…Comment by Giulio Piancastelli — 8/10/2004 @ 8:40 pm
  10. Fixed, I did screw it before. I need to sleep…Comment by Giacomo — 8/11/2004 @ 1:13 am
  11. […] a muss ich mir jetzt eine Engine aussuchen. Allerdings gibt’s auch f�r WordPress ein Plugin, das W�rter IM Text eines Blogeintrags, wenn sie in Camel C […]Pingback by Lehrerzimmer » Camel Case — 8/13/2004 @ 8:00 am
  12. I love your Wiki plugin. I have one bug, which is probably not a big concern, but does cause any ‘wiki’ link to become disabled – and then become a deadlink.If you change the date, or time, of the ‘wiki’ post that is made to your blog after you’ve ‘wiki-fied’ the word, the link becomes dead and there is no way to fix it. Now, I imagine you could edit the db, right? What I’m suggesting is – some way to edit the URL, too, without needing to go into the db.Now, I realize you’re probably thinking – ‘dummy, why’d you change the date/time?’ … well, to see if the ‘wiki’ process was able to track any/all changes. I know, don’t beat me up about it. ;)So, where is the link located now that I’ve made it. And, how can I edit it – or fix the dead link.Thanks. It is a great plugin. Useful for any terms you may post which people will need a reference for – and that is cool!


    Comment by Robert — 8/15/2004 @ 6:00 am

  13. Robert, what you tell me shouldn’t really happen, because the plugin doesn’t look at dates or times. What it does is, it looks up for the first post with the specified wikiword as title, and display it. What you describe might happen if you used the permalinks set up on the title by WP (something like , but you can change it on the Options/Permalink panel), but this is due to WP behaviour 😉 and would happen anyway. If you want to manually link to a “wikipost”, use an URL like , and that will work… at least until you change the title of the page (that’s the “classic” wiki behaviour anyway) 🙂 I probably should have specifed this in the instructions.
    I’m thinking about some big improvement for version 2 (better wikiword detection, clear wiki-permalinks, putting the wiki definition in a meta field, and comments wikification options), but first I have to fix the seriously broken Version Control plugin, and get a better job 🙂Comment by Giacomo — 8/16/2004 @ 12:20 pm
  14. Hey Giacomo,Well, I got it to work again, for a bit, and now it doesn’t work anymore – and, I promise, I didn’t change anything (that I can remember) … bummer … I just made a new ‘wiki’ entry for a word and the URL to that is here:, when I go to it – it does not work / not there?If you get a chance, would you mind looking at it? Thanks.


    Comment by Robert — 8/28/2004 @ 2:55 am

  15. Adding Wiki Functionality
    As I mentioned [here](/archives/2004/08/29/upgrades/), I am attempting to add CamelCase Wiki functionality to this blog.For example, I could have a AsteriskiChat page!A.Trackback by Adam Sherman On-Line — 8/29/2004 @ 6:15 pm
  16. I have made something related to this; MooKitty has extended it into a WordPress plug-in.It is called LocalNames, and you use it to easily link to things with a short name. For example, if you want to be able to just type “[[WordPress]]” in your blog, and have it automatically link to, you can use this.Once you make a list of names, anyone else can use them as well.Not only can you use the names in your blog, you can use your LocalNames in FireFox as well!It’s easy to make lists of names- there’s a web tool called my.localnames that you can use to build and maintain your name bindings.

    There’s already a tool for connecting to wiki, automatically. All MoinMoin wiki, in particular, are compatible with this tool. You can refer to (in a blog post) or jump to (with Firefox) any page in a MoinMoin wiki, just by naming it.

    Comment by Lion Kimbro — 9/2/2004 @ 6:36 am

  17. I have been playing with this and I found the code “&zwj;” Placed between each Camel‍Case word will create a zero-width joining space that will eliminate the CamelCase functionality.You probably knew this already.Comment by James — 9/6/2004 @ 5:26 am
  18. No I didn’t, thanks James for pointing it out. I’m not sure whether this should be fixed or not, it would mean we have to map those spaces in the URL-rewriting rules somehow.Robert,
    If you are sure the entry is published and with title “PoynterOnline” it’s definately a mod_rewrite issue. Check you have the correct directives in the .htaccess, should be something like
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /wordpress
    RewriteRule ^([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}$ index.php?wikiword=$0 [QSA]

    PS: you might want to move WP from the “wordpress” folder, that is a favourite spammer target; in this case, change the RewriteBase rule to reflect the new position.Comment by Giacomo — 9/6/2004 @ 9:45 am
  19. I have been recently updating my site with the ability to show the except on the home page and the full article on the resulting page. I have included some (not all of) my code.

    if ($single)

    The thing I found was that the wiki plugin does not link to the “$single” article in this case making the user have to click the title to view the full story. Any ideas on why this is happening.

    Comment by James — 9/9/2004 @ 8:02 am

  20. James, as it is the plugin hacks the main array of posts that are supposed to be shown, making it a single-element array. I think this is why, for example, adding it to the default installation gives you pages with the post but no comments. That’s because the plugin doesn’t “follow the rules” for single-post visualizations, think of it more like an homepage with just a post.Comment by Giacomo — 9/9/2004 @ 2:31 pm
  21. […] Weblog — Shinobi @ 20:44J’avais test� la semaine derni�re le plugin WpWiki qui permet de reconnaitre les ChatMot dans les billets de WordPress et l […]Pingback by Murmures dans le cyberespace » Wikifier le blog … encore un plugin pour WordPress — 10/1/2004 @ 6:41 pm
  22. Since I’m not seeing the trackback, here’s a manual reference: Danny Ayers tried the plugin, but then deactivated it because it screws WikiWords in links. That’s due IMHO to the fact you’re not really parsing HTML, but using only a regexp to match those words. Time to tweak it again?Comment by Giulio Piancastelli — 10/8/2004 @ 7:16 pm
  23. Not really. These days, I’d rather spend my time coding YABE in Python with XMLRPC and an integrated “wikifier” plugin. I still hope someone will pick up this plugin and rewrite it, mainly adding a proper XHTML-parsing library, because I am not really interested in PHP anymore.Comment by Giacomo — 10/9/2004 @ 10:25 pm
  24. i wrote ad hoc patch for 1.3a4.53a54,55
    > global $user_level;
    > get_currentuserinfo();
    > $targetname = preg_replace(”/\[\[(.+?)\]\]/”,”$1″, $array[0]);
    < return ‘<a href=”‘.$wikiplugin_blog_url.’/’.$array[0].’” title=”‘.$array[0].’”>’.$array[0].’</a>’;
    > return ‘<a href=”‘.$wikiplugin_blog_url.’/index.php?pagename=’. $array[0].’” title=”‘.$targetname.’”>’.$targetname.’</a>’;
    < return ‘<a href=”‘.$wikiplugin_blog_url.’/wp-admin/post.php?wikiword=’.$array[0].’” class=”NewWikiWord” title=”Create This WikiWord“>’.$array[0].’</a>’;
    < }
    < }
    > if (0 == $user_level) {
    > return $targetname;
    > } else{
    > return ‘<a href=”‘.$wikiplugin_blog_url.’/wp-admin/edit-pages.php?wikiword=’. $array[0].’” class=”NewWikiWord” title=”Create This WikiWord“>’.$targetname.’</a>’;
    > }
    > }
    > }
    < $regex = “/(?<![>\/”])\b([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}\b(?!<|\/)/”;
    > $regex = “/(?<![>\/”])(\b([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}\b)(?!<|\/)|(\[\[.+?\]\])/”;
    < add_filter( ‘the_content’, ‘wikiplugin_filter_getWikiWords’ );
    > add_filter( ‘the_content’, ‘wikiplugin_filter_getWikiWords’,8 );
    ?>Comment by jouno — 11/6/2004 @ 1:48 pm
  25. Thanks jouno 🙂 I’ll make available a 1.3 package asap.Comment by Giacomo — 11/7/2004 @ 10:37 am
  26. […] in some way.) For now, there are also plugins that can emulate wiki-like behavior, such as WpWiki, but for some reason this still feels like a blog plugin to me—not […]Pingback by Tuesday’s Bedtime Bantering » Ups and Downs and Everything Beyond — 12/14/2004 @ 8:52 am
  27. Hmmm… I can’t seem to get this plugin going, I have exhibit installed – could that be a problem??Comment by futb0l — 12/31/2004 @ 2:21 am
  28. […] ty much stopped developing these two plugins for WordPress. In fact, I even turned off the Wiki Plugin on this site. Why? These days, I don’t have the will to work […]Pingback by BakerStreet Systems » What’s up with these plugins? — 2/4/2005 @ 9:56 am
  29. I had some trouble with this plugin on a new install of WordPress 1.5.
    It would work fine on new CamelCase words and send me to a new post window etc.However, after making the post, anytime I clicked on a WP-Wiki link it would just redirect to the front page. I noticed that the URL given by the Plugin is formed:http://www.blogaddress/post_titleI just went into the Permalink page of the WP dashboard and set the Permalink URLs to use the form %postname%Now the Wiki finds the posts as it should. Also, Any other new posts with the same CamelCase word in it also automatically links, as it should.

    This is an excellent Plugin. It’s a shame you are no longer supporting it.

    Comment by charlie — 3/9/2005 @ 3:37 pm

  30. hi folks
    this is my ht.access file below.where do i put the following line?
    RewriteRule ^([A-Z]+([a-z]|[0-9])+){2,}$ index.php?wikiword=$0 [QSA]
    # -FrontPage-IndexIgnore .htaccess */.??* *~ *# */HEADER* */README* */_vti*order deny,allow
    deny from all
    allow from allorder deny,allow
    deny from all

    AuthUserFile /home/causeof/public_html/_vti_pvt/service.pwd
    AuthGroupFile /home/causeof/public_html/_vti_pvt/service.grp

What’s up with these plugins?

I pretty much stopped developing these two plugins for WordPress. In fact, I even turned off the Wiki Plugin on this site. Why? These days, I don’t have the will to work with PHP; I am currently into Java for professional reasons, and into Python for “leisure” time. And WordPress has become such a moving target recently (1.3, 1.5, yeah, let’s break everything every five minutes, that’s certainly the way to go… HURD anyone?), I’d very much like to migrate to something else when I have the time, it’s just not funny anymore.

However, I keep receiving feedback for these plugins, and I think the ideas are good. The Wiki one is a killer, if only someone had the time, skill and patience to do it right (i.e. without regular expression hackery); and WPVersionControl has been loved by quite a few daring testers. They both need work, maybe even a complete re-writing, but the potential is still there, so I encourage everyone to download the source and play with it.