wiki reorg - Documentation Team
stryderjzw at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 07:10:27 CEST 2008
I'm very interested in helping to reorganize the documentation because
I see the problems that are occurring and I think this is an area that
I will be able to contribute at. I have to agree also, with the point
that we don't want an ad-hoc approach where everyone make changes as
they see fit.
We need a unified approach to diagnose and fix this problem. I think
we need to identify the problems before implementing any solutions.
Otherwise, the solutions implemented might not even solve the
I'm hoping that we can create a documentation team. Anyone is welcome
to join and I hope to have one representative from the Openmoko team.
(I believe Brenda would be the most suitable candidate?)
The team should meet online on IRC once a week, if possible.
Preferably, there'd be a good time where most people can attend. If
not, there'd have to be other ways to coordinate.
I've created a page for whoever is interested.
I hope the dedicated people on this list can work together to solve
the documentation problem.
Thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions?
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 12:07 AM, Torfinn Ingolfsen <tingox at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 2:25 AM, ian douglas <ian.douglas at iandouglas.com> wrote:
>> I'm not sure that an ad-hoc "wild wild west" approach where everyone
>> just updates the pages as they see fit is going to make things any
>> better than they currently are.
> I agree - we definately don't want this.
>> We should have some sort of idea/guidelines for when it's okay to delete
>> old content or move it to new categories.
> Perhaps we should look at and discuss how to update the existing
> guidelines on the wiki?
> There is also this page, which at the moment doesn't seem very helpful:
> It should at least have timestamps for reporting / fixing issues.
> This one looks interesting too:
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