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    • sajolida's avatar
      Consistently use gerund in headings · 7ea2b377
      sajolida authored
      It's more goal-oriented.
      
      Tricks to (roughly) verify the resulting consistency:
      
        - cat *.index.mdwn | sed -r 's/\s+ - \[\[\!traillink ([^|]+).+/\1/;s/_/ /g;s/<[^>]+>//g' | sort > /tmp/index
        - git grep -h 'meta title' -- "*.*m*" | sed -r 's/\[\[\!meta title="([^"]+)"\]\]/\1/' | sort > /tmp/titles
        - vimdiff /tmp/index /tmp/titles
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    • intrigeri's avatar
      Website: explicitly add sort="age" to all inline directives I can easily &... · 29d3d41b
      intrigeri authored
      Website: explicitly add sort="age" to all inline directives I can easily & mechanically patch (refs: #12053).
      
      A serious performance regression was brought by ikiwiki 3.20150614. One of the
      few changes introduced in that release was to change the default sorting, for
      inline directives, from "age" to "age title". Presumably the latter is
      substantially slower, possibly since it has to process the *content* of all
      included pages in order to retrieve their title, which may mean that a subset of
      pages are processed more than once.
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