wiki reorg - Documentation Team
stryderjzw at gmail.com
Thu Jul 24 07:57:34 CEST 2008
Thanks for being so inviting. I love the enthusiasm that everyone has
to try to make this work! It's really awesome and I think we really
have potential to make positive changes happen.
However, I am seeing many individual efforts and not much effort as a
team. If we continue to work the way things are going currently, not
only are we going to get duplicated and wasteful work, but our efforts
will also be fragmented and possibly going in different directions.
Instead of everyone taking a handful of pages and just going to fix it
in an ad-hoc way, we need to coordinate our efforts towards a unified
goal. Otherwise, the result will not be improved documentation, which
is the ultimate goal for all of us.
I hope that we can take the necessary steps, as a group, to:
1) Gather all the issues we are seeing currently and identify the
2) Outline 3 (or some other number) key themes we need to work towards
3) Set up initiatives that work towards those themes
Right now, I think we need someone to step up and take this team in a
direction. I would volunteer for this position, but am willing to let
someone take charge who might have more time and commitment to this
Please respond in this thread with any suggestions/ideas.
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 2:24 PM, Torfinn Ingolfsen <tingox at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 10:38 PM, Ferenc Veres <lion at netngine.hu> wrote:
>> One of you is currently writing a
> I think that is Brenda's page.
>> Anyway, it's not easy for one person to decide what to do with specific
>> pages. Should we do voting page on the
> I think it is important to to two things at the same time:
> - discuss guidelines and specific issues here, and document the results
> - do updates on the wiki whenever each of us finds a page / section
> that clearly needs updating, and it is clear to the finder how he /
> she wants to update it.
> Anyway, that's how I plan to work.
> The worst that can happen is that I must redo my work on some page if
> the rest of the wiki maintainers team disagrees with my update. I can
> live with that :-)
>> We also need a wiki administrator contact, to request changes which are
>> not permitted for general users.
> I think we have that already, in Brenda, our excellent Wiki editor.
> Torfinn Ingolfsen
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