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From Noah Slater <>
Subject Re: CouchDB Wiki / Documentation
Date Fri, 05 Mar 2010 20:42:11 GMT

On 5 Mar 2010, at 20:34, Paul Davis wrote:

> To me, "official" isn't really that important. If a group comes along
> and writes better documentation than the wiki, are we going to tell
> people that they can't read them?

To you, sure.

I want to make sure everyone knows what they're getting into before they start.

> MoinMoin is painful currently. At its best it was barely tolerable. If
> someone started an external doc project I'd probably never touch
> MoinMoin again.
> As far as I've read, there's nothing that would prevent us from
> hosting a static copy of some externally developed documentation. What
> is prohibited is that we can't included them as part of a release
> tarball or store them in the SVN repository but both of these
> restrictions also apply to MoinMoin content as well.
I would like to work WITH the ASF, and not "against" them, where possible.

Just want to work towards some inclusive thing, is all.

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