You can help improve the unicog's wiki!
Most web pages are written using the HyperText Markup Language (aka HTML)
Maintaining a web site classically entails writing/editing pages in HTML and using FTP to transfer files from the local computer to a distant computer housing the web server.
The unicog website uses PhpWebLog to allow users easily adding or editing web pages directly on the server, avoiding the use of ftp. The idea is that members of the lab would enrich the web site. Yet, this requires knowledge of HTML. In practice few members of the unicog edited the web site.
We therefore installed a wiki, that is, a system that allows users to create or edit web pages without having to learn HTML. A Wiki uses a simple markup language which can be learned in about 10 minutes (vs. ~ 1 hour for HTML ;-). A Wiki is used for example by the Wikipedia Project, or the CBU imagers at Cambridge.
There exist several wiki systems, unicog uses Pmwiki
For questions, to obtain passwords, ... contact Christophe Pallier