Recipe for setting up OpenEmbedded environment on wiki
clheiny at starband.net
Wed Feb 14 17:21:28 CET 2007
On Wednesday 14 February 2007 07:56, picked up the following
transmission from Koen Kooi:
> Christopher Heiny schreef:
> > On Wednesday 14 February 2007 03:43, picked up the following
> > transmission from Koen Kooi:
> >> Phil Schaffner schreef:
> >>> Good suggestion, and I will look at it, but does not make it any
> >>> clearer how one would automate getting mailing list information
> >>> content into a Wiki - in fact it points out how hard is is to
> >>> categorize the content. :-)
> >> FWIW, I deleted a lot duplicate information in the linuxtogo
> >> openmoko wiki since you all seemed to be duplicating
> >> http://www.openembedded.org/wiki/GettingStarted and
> >> http://www.openembedded.org/wiki/OEandYourDistro. It's nice to see
> >> people working on howto's, but fragmentation like this isn't good.
> >> I'd like to have openembedded howto's/hints/whatever in the
> >> openembedded wiki, and openmoko related stuff in the openmoko
> >> wiki(s).
> > FWIW, you also deleted a bunch of NOT duplicate information.
> No, I did not, look again.
> > When you
> > unilaterally delete other people's work and tell them "go do it
> > somewhere else", you should at the very least copy the
> > non-redundant portions of the information to the location you think
> > it should be.
> I removed not one bit of non-redundant info, look again.
> > For example, I notice that you didn't bother to copy the OpemMoko
> > local configuration recipe to the OpenEmbedded LocalConfExamples
> > page.
> Correct, since it was redundant, look again.
I still fail to observe the localconf recipe that you deleted from here
on the OE site here
Or indeed anywhere else on the OpenEmbedded wiki. Perhaps you can point
out where it is?
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