eddy.petrisor at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 11:33:30 UTC 2006
> > I don't see why it should be separated (as in separated wikis). It
> It might be nice to have a link from the user's pages to the developer's, but
> I think that having everything packed together in the same place might be
> quite confusing for users, especially young ones. I'd prefer to have some
I was trying to suggest two different sections on the same site,
namely wiki.debian.org as opposed to wiki.debiangamesorsomething.org
and wiki.debian.org ;-) .
> > 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
> > the repository.
> I think a doc/ repository in svn would be great, but I also see the need for
> wiki pages. Wiki pages are more dynamic, and can be seen and modified from
> everywhere just with a web browser, which is somehow useful for many things. I
Those were was my idea and my concerns, too.
> > 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/ProspectiveGamesInDebian and
> > http://wiki.debian.org/QualityGamesUnsuitableForDebian in the wiki.
> I agree in having both of them. Maybe it would be clearer to have something
> like http://wiki.debian.org/Games/, http://wiki.debian.org/Games/Prospective ,
> http://wiki.debian.org/Games/UnsuitableForDebian and so?
"Gând la gând cu bucurie" (rough translation: two thoughts alike for
the better), as we say in Romanian. Note that the links given by me
exist already :)
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein
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