In the press
matt.joyce at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 12:33:05 CEST 2008
Jay Vaughan wrote:
>> This stood out for me "The tangled pile of mostly outdated and
>> incomplete documentation at the OpenMoko wiki..."
>> Is this an accurate evaluation of the wiki ?
>> If so, what can we do to fix it up, how do we identify old content
>> and schedule it for updating?
> I think, personally, its time for a 3rd-party site not related to
> OpenMoko to pick up the slack here. So much stuff happens too quickly
> for people who /should/ be updating the wiki to feel like its
> productive to do so ..
> What I would like to see is something like an "mokofanboix.org"
> website come up that has the following:
> - Daily blog news akin to the good ol' slashdot, of news from the
> openmoko scene, gleaned from careful inspection of the mailing lists,
> of IRC, of the codebase, of code delta's, etc.
> - Public free Repository of all the latest and greatest 'cool apps'
> found for OpenMoko
> - Public forum for discussion of the news.
> This is, of course, sorta what we've got with things like
> planet.openmoko.org (which I check daily), combined with the
> Scaredycat repo's and other such things, but .. for newcomers .. I
> don't think any of this is as easily approachable as it would be if it
> were all put under a single umbrella that is a bit more of an
> 'openmoko pop culture' site than what we've got right now ..
> Jay Vaughan
Regardless though, an out of date wiki is not helpful.
What approaches can we take to fix up the wiki
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