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From Joe Attardi <...@attardi.net>
Subject Re: ANT Wiki isn't wiki
Date Sun, 15 Apr 2012 23:30:32 GMT
A wiki doesn't have to be publicly editable to be a wiki. Wikipedia may
operate like that, but there are plenty of projects whose wikis are only
editable by registered users.
On Apr 15, 2012 6:32 PM, "Stephen L. De Rudder" <sldr22@hotmail.com> wrote:

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> The ant wiki isn't a wiki. It seems like most if not all the pages can not
> be modified by anonymous contributers. Please don't call it a wiki if
> people are not allowed to contribute. I wanted to add a page about the OS
> condition tag, but I couldn't. The manual only goes into detail about the
> <OS family="xxx"> stuff but ignores the name, arch, and version. It took me
> a while but I found that those seem to be populated from the java
> properties os.name, os.arch, and os.version. I think others could have
> benifited from my research if your wiki was a wiki. SLDR(Stephen L. De
> Rudder) I can't complain too much, the company I work for created a public
> wiki too. They do allow paying maintence and support customers to request
> access so they can contribute to the wiki (none to my knoledge have). After
> enough complaining (mostly be me) we are about to remove the wiki and
> rollout an expanded faq/blog site.

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