I believe very strongly in the power of documentation, for a number of reasons. Knowledge should be kept in an ordered manner, and writing documentation is a good way of not only ordering the knowledge, but double-checking it. In addition, by placing the documentation somewhere accessible, you can share it.
Mediawiki is a very good CMS, and the one that I have chosen to use for my website, for various reasons. The most readily obvious reason is that it is simple to use and administer, and that I can add content from wherever I might be in the world.
However, I don’t want anyone to be able to register as a user, nor to be able to edit or post posts. In addition, I wanted to make a few changes. All the changes are done to one out of two files, either LocalSettings.php or MonoBook.php
First off, I changed the page title that shows up