In the press

Josh Monson josh.monson at
Tue Jul 15 22:30:47 CEST 2008

I will volunteer a few hours each week towards this. 

Editing, cleanup, moving content, updating content, organization,

I'm in. 

John Reese or Torfinn are you 2 also volunteering? That would make 3.
Who else? We need a list of names so we can start firing this project

I bought this phone for the specific purpose of what is happening right
now with this list, and where it will take the phone :)


I use trillian but here is my info, feel free to add me "IF" you are
interested in this part of the project :)

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-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 1:15 PM
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Subject: Re: In the press

Torfinn Ingolfsen wrote:
> Hello,
> On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 9:27 PM, Jay Vaughan <jayv at> wrote:
>> Well thats definitely a very nice proposal, but I would like to hold
>> off a bit on recreating a whole new wiki .. what I had in mind was
>> more of a blog/feed style site, not necessarily another wiki setup ..
> As have been said before in this thread: what we (the Openmoko
> community) need is a wiki editors group.
> Any volunteers?
> The wiki editors group would help each other (and other contributors)
> to improve the wiki, by creating information management, writing and
> style guidelines, guiding and teaching wiki contributors, and editing
> the wiki itself.
> Initially, the group could consist of the people most active in
> editing the wiki already. Further recruitment could be based on
> quality and quantity of contributions to the wiki.
> Of course the Wiki editors would have a "hall of fame" page on the
> wiki that would describe the tasks that the group do, list the names
> of the editors (and perhaps what period they acted in that role?) and
> so on
> Any volunteers now?
> Anyway, just an idea.

This sounds like a good idea.  I'm certainly willing to put my time in 
to clean things up.  I've been doing some of it already when I come 
across things that either aren't clear or aren't linked well.

If we could gather a team of four, maybe five/six, community members, 
and devise/discuss a plan to organize and clean up the wiki, and then 
get everyone in the mailing lists, IRC, etc to promote and encourage use

and modifying the wiki, I think it would go a very long way.

John Reese

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