MycorrhizaWiki 1.1 was released on 2021-05-01, 1.5 months after release/1.0.
You can let people register on your wiki without your manual intervention. To do so, you have to enable registration in your configuration file. In the
[Authorization] section add these lines:
UseRegistration = true RegistrationCredentialsPath = /path/for/storing/credentials LimitRegistration = 10
Change the path as appropriate. In that file, usernames, usergroups and hashed passwords will be stored. You can also limit how many registered users there can be. If you do not want that limit, set it to zero.
Start your wiki. Users can register by visiting
/register. Here's how the registration form looks like:
Later on, you can log in/out using
There's now a toolbar on the edit page. It lets you quickly enter some mycomarkup elements, go to the documentation page, insert current date and (if authorization is enabled) insert a link to your user page.
The relative hyphae toolbar has changed. Now it shows you how many direct (first number) and indirect (second number, in parentheses) subhyphae the hypha has, instead of just showing that subhyphae exist.
You can now nest lists
It works with numbered lists too
* You can now nest lists ** Like that! *. It works with numbered lists too **. See!
The license has been changed from Apache v2.0 to GNU Affero General Public License v3.0. It means that if you fork Mycorrhiza and host a wiki running that fork, you are obliged to publish your changed version's source code.
A new background pattern is used instead of the bricks. People just got bored with them.