PS. Let's give it a try: on the 'Changes' page of the
Swiki I would
like to see who made the changes by listing either an IP address and
some machine info (Swiki does it like that) or (hmm.. ;-) even better:
The 'Role' of the Person editing the page (was it the creator, a
maintainer, a (supposedly) read-only person, or some stranger). The
information should be displayed in a nice table (perhaps on a
on-the-fly generated page) when I inspect the changes. (This could be
pushed even further in case a SmallWiki is highly used: an automatic
'hacker' detector which correlates some information (for example
consistent uploads etc.) and triggers automatic defense mechanisms
like making the Swiki unreadable.. ;-\)
the problem here is that this information is not collected right now,
but of course one could add it easily. I am usually adding that kind of
things when there is the need, but right now I am on holiday, therefor
you have to implement it for yourself or wait a few weeks.
PPS. You have to protect the top-page (which is the admin page) of
current Smallwiki on kilana by means of a password or something like
The top-page (it is actually a folder) is no different to other pages.
If one wants to simulate the SWiki behavior it is possible to protect
it, of course, but I try to keep everything as open as possible and
just protect the things that might harm your system per default.