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From Michael Wechner <michael.wech...@wyona.org>
Subject Re: Wiki documentation system
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2002 12:04:26 GMT


Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:

> On Monday 10 June 2002 10:41, Michael Wechner wrote:
> 
>>. . .
>>But what about setting up a dynamic server in the "background" where a
>>CMS is installed and allows emails as "input" and "commiters and
>>contributers" can manage the documentation (WYSIWYG or on the command
>>line).
>>...
>>
> 
> Certainly a good idea assuming a dynamic server is available somewhere, which 
> is not the case here and now.


Well, we could provide one for the "beginning". I counted that there are 
approximately 40 committers, so this should be no problem. But anyway we 
would have to setup something first and you would have to evaluate it.


> 
> 
>>http://www.oscom.org/projects/interop/interop.jpg
>>
> 
> BTW I like the "agile modeling" approach here a lot ;-)


The main idea is that you can "migrate" to another system at any
time and that you won't have a lock-in. The nice thing about it is that
you can still work on the command line if you want. It also forces you 
to keep your data interchangeable and therefore neutral!

Well, we will setup something like that anyway, so please don't feel 
obligated to the idea. Nevertheless I would appreciate your comment on 
the following summary:

1) Problem 1: Keeping public WebServer and CVS sychronized
2) Problem 2: Let people annotate by email (or in the future submission 
via forms)
3) Problem 3: Let committers work easily on documentation

Thanks

Michael



> 
> -Bertrand
> 



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