In the press. "The OpenMoko wiki - a tangled pile of mostly outdated and incomplete documentation."
stroller at stellar.eclipse.co.uk
Thu Jul 17 22:19:27 CEST 2008
I thought to try fixing a small part of this particular problem by
editing the main page & adding a link to http://wiki.openmoko.org/
But I do not see where to put it! Perhaps it should replace the
"Current software stack" link to http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/
Perhaps these 5 categories:
Introduction to Openmoko
Join Openmoko development
Getting started with Openmoko Wiki
should be extended with the addition of "Openmoko software"?
Or perhaps I should just get my hands dirty and change the
"Introduction to Openmoko" to include the link to "Distributions"? As
a user I feel reluctant to edit the main page as I feel it "belongs"
to Openmoko the company or to Brenda, so you must tell me explicitly
if you wish me to feel free.
On 17 Jul 2008, at 20:00, steve wrote:
> The main page index does not address Scotts issue.
> I second scott's criticism of the wiki. It is not organized well.
> A good start would be a better search engine
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> [mailto:community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of Brenda Wang
> Sent: Thursday, July 17, 2008 6:56 AM
> To: scott at tnstaafl.net; List for Openmoko community discussion
> Subject: Re: In the press. "The OpenMoko wiki - a tangled pile of
> outdated and incomplete documentation."
> Hi, I am wiki full time editor of Openmoko.
> Thank you for your opinion . I will put more effort , to make wiki
> more easy
> to use.
> And now , If you want to know what we have on wiki , Please use
> this Index
> Scott Derrick ??:
>> Perhaps this is what you seek?
>> This is a great page, one of the gems hidden in the bowels of the
>> OM Wiki.
>> Its also a great example of whats wrong with the Wiki.
>> But how do I find it? Its not listed on the home page, not on the
>> FreeRunner page, not on the getting started page? Unless I search
>> for exactly teh right word or combinations of words I would never
>> it existed... The only link I could find, after I knew it existed was
>> There has to be some kind of boiler plate format for the design and
>> layout of the Wiki so things are easier to find. You can't rely on
>> search engine, it sucks..
>> I think that was the point of the person who recommended the OpenWRT
>> Wiki. Its design and format was easy to use and helped you find
>> things instead of thwarting you.
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