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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: Community health
Date Wed, 11 May 2005 21:01:39 GMT
Mark Leicester wrote:
> Hi Sebastien,
> Goodness me. There's plenty of strength of feeling expressed in this 
> email. I'm grateful to you for talking this way. I think my motivation 
> for working on spreadcocoon and planetcocoon comes from a similar place 
> so perhaps I can empathise.
> I've been thinking about ways we can keep documentation current:
> * It strikes me that folksonomy offers developer communities some help 
> here. If documentation can be continuously re-tagged then it's 
> usefulness will evolve.
> * Mailing lists similarly could benefit from tagging, with tags like 
> "How do I?", "Worked for me", "Useful" etc.
> * Let's make our examples, tutorials and recipes into psuedo-unit tests. 
> This way we can automatically tell whether an example is still relevant 
> or not, as Cocoon evolves. Code samples could be generated automatically 
> from the code itself to avoid cut and paste errors.
> What do you think Sebastien? Others?

apache is a do-ocracy: the more you do, the more power you gain.

hint hint


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