eddy.petrisor at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 06:52:23 UTC 2006
On 1/16/06, Miriam Ruiz <little_miry at yahoo.es> wrote:
> I think we should clearly separate the developer-oriented information and the
> user-oriented pages. The idea of the wiki was for coordination of the group,
> like technical decisions, guidelines, goals, todo's and so on.
I don't see why it should be separated (as in separated wikis). It
really makes a _lot_ of sense that the developer information to be
accessible (users might suggest games that should be in Debian - see
> The user-oriented pages should be separate from the developer's ones, and
> probably the best would be to make a web application that does exactly what we
> want, and do not confuses users.
I think that developer info can stay in the svn repo in a doc/
directory. In this way, users will not alter the valuable information
and somebody starting on developing will find all the needed info in
> To sum up, the idea is using the wiki just for development , because using
> just the mailing list for that is somehow confusing when trying to organize
> some info.
I would suggest svn documentation (is accessible through the web
interface if svn to the users/non-members) and pages like
http://wiki.debian.org/QualityGamesUnsuitableForDebian in the wiki.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein
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