Wiki Project

Justin Wong stryderjzw at
Tue Jul 29 05:50:30 CEST 2008

I guess webservices could mean the wiki and I agree that we should use
the existing tools if it exists.

Who is the admin of that trac? Do we have access to it? I can't seem
to find register, so it seems like it's closed off.

Let's find out who owns it and if this admin-trac is something we can use.


On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 7:09 PM, Matt Joyce <matt.joyce at> wrote:
> sorry Hans, I meant to send to list.  (not the first time I've done
> that recently - apologies)
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Hans L <thehans at> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 4:52 PM, Ferenc Veres <lion at> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Peter Harrison írta, 2008-07-28 23:17 keltezéssel:
>>>> Should we add a project to the
>>>> <> site that will allow us to track reported
>>>> defects?
>>> I love bugtrackers. But call it "documentation"  to stay in sync with
>>> the original aim and this ML.
>>> Well, another place to watch, but that at least keeps track of things
>>> much better than .
>> There is already a bug tracker for openmoko:
>> If there is really a need for bug tracking with regard to
>> documentation, then I would suggest using that existing system.
>> Perhaps a "Documentation" component could be added to trac if the
>> openmoko admins agree that this is a good idea.  I'd hate to see
>> duplicated effort in keeping multiple bug trackers running if we can
>> avoid it.
>> -Hans
> Isn't the Admin Trac for this purpose ?
> Welcome to Openmoko System Administration and Infrastructure Trac ¶
> Please use this system to report bugs with our webservices or any
> other Infrastructure element.
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