Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Project internet presence proposals
Re: Project internet presence proposals
From: Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_rockbox.org>
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2007 15:23:15 +0100 (CET)
On Fri, 12 Jan 2007, t.lainson_at_gmail.com wrote:
> 1. Develop a new community attitude towards the wiki
How do you suggest we develop such an attitude? While I too think better wiki
> It should be seen as a cache for all the other sources of documentation -
One problem with this is that different people act differently. Some of us use
The good part with us having all these different services, is that we can
> 2. Archive forum threads once they've been wikified to everyone's
Sounds like a complicated aministrative work-load, possibly also relying on
But I agree that reducing clutter is a worthy goal.
> 3. Get rid of TWiki, use something much nicer (simpler)
This gets brought up every now and then and is usually shot down again (not
It would also give us lots of work for the conversion and links needing
> Whether TWiki is kept or replaced by something already out there (or
Gee, as if we don't have enough code to write already without reinventing yet
> it should be easy to flag information as obsolete, dubious, or otherwise
I don't see how any SW can help us detect that. Only humans can find such bad
> 4. Install a bot in the irc channel that announces new discussion threads and
No! We have enough clutter and these days there are 140+ users in the channel.
> 6. Integrate the wiki and the manual.
Others have already described why this doesn't work.
> 7. Clean out ancient unused files from
The web stuff in SVN is hardly used and I've never considered that a problem,
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