coderJeff wrote:[...] So, my idea is to keep a local copy of the index for wakka pages I already have. Then fetch a new copy of the index and scan for pages that have been revised by checking the revision numbers.
Thanks, didn't know about this API endpoint. That sounds very useful, especially for the fbdoc tool, making the fetching a lot easier (no HTML parsing) and faster (only fetch changed pages). Saw you are already working on some changes there. Let me know if I can help anywhere.
Regarding the change polling the new endpoint could be used as well, but currently also the RSS feed seems to be as fast, so I don't really see a reason for change for now (and the RSS page is smaller to fetch compared to the whole revision index table).
coderJeff wrote:If no user is logged in, the wiki app does a host look up on the IP address. I've disabled this feature in the wiki app and page load times should be much quicker.
Thanks, that seems to improve things a lot (and not sure why it should do a host lookup - just for info in the footer? IMHO that could be removed altogether)