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  1. JSPWiki
  2. JSPWIKI-1105

Add support for #HashTags in JSPWIKi Pages

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Core & storage
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      Description

       

      PROPOSAL – Under Discussion

      See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hashtag

       A hashtag is a type of metadata tag used on social networks such as Twitter and other microblogging services, allowing users to apply dynamic, user-generated tagging which makes it possible for others to easily find messages with a specific theme or content.

       
      Hashtags could be a very useful feature to be added to JSPWiki, as an additional way to categorise and retrieve information;  via simple in-content markup.

      Why?

      You can already use regular wiki-links to connect and organise information any way you want;  eg by defining your own category pages.

      But with Hashtags, a user can avoid to make intermediary category pages. 
      Hashtags effectively separate the aspect of tagging information from the notion of
      referring or linking wiki pages.
      Hashtags have become a de-facto way of labelling information.

      Markup

      The proposed markup is very simple;  and can be used anywhere in the page markup.
      #tag1, #tag2, ....

      Note:  the # character is already used in wiki markup. Additional rules are needed and backwards compatibility needs to be checked.

      1. Ordered Lists.
        The # character is recognised as Ordered Lists markup when it appears as first character on a new line.
        When a # character does not appear at the start of a line would be recognised as Hashtag.
      2. Additionally,  it is proposed to render a # only as an OL item, when more than one subsequent line starts with the # character.
        This way a #hashtag could also be used as the first character on a line. 
      3. The # character can also be used inside links, to refer to sections, or footnotes.   
        But in this case there is no overlap with the use of a # for a Hashtag.
      4. A #tag1 would be rendered as a link to  {{ /jspwiki-url/Search.jsp?tag=tag1 }}

       

      Core Engine
      Hashtags should be stored as page metadata.  And become indexed for search.

      Template / UI

      • The INFO page would show a summary of all #hashTags on the page.
      • The Search.JSP needs to be extended with a search options for TAGs.

      Plugins

      A number of Plugins need to be extended to also support filtering on TAGs:

      EG:

      • SearchPlugin 
      • RecentChanges  (show recent/trending hashtags)
      • PageIndex  (or HashtagIndex)
      • ...

       

       

       

       

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              Reporter:
              brushed Dirk Frederickx
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