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From Matt Hogstrom <>
Subject Re: Confluence Setup
Date Mon, 05 Dec 2005 17:00:47 GMT>	 <>	 <>
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Not to volunteer anyone (;-0) but Hernan seems to be the documentation master 
these days.   Perhaps he'd be interested ?

Also, I'm not sure stale is worse than no content.  If its stale at least its a 
starting point.  If there is nothing to start with you have to mine the code or 
mailing list.

The best solution is current doc that is wrangled though.


Bruce Snyder wrote:
> On 12/5/05, John Sisson <> wrote:
>>We need to have a strategy on how we are going manage reviewing,
>>removing out of date content, and moving valid content from the existing
>>Wiki.  A lot of the existing content is out of date or irrelevant.  We
>>need to be careful that we don't end up having two half baked Wikis for
> I agree John. Allowing stale content to remain is worse than having no
> content at all. What we really need is for someone to own the online
> content and serve as a wrangler for it. And, no, I am not volunteering
> ;-) (I certainly see the need but I don't have the time).
>>Maybe ApacheCon would be a good opportunity to get everyone together and
>>review the content in the existing Wiki.  IMHO, if we don't have
>>accurate documentation for the 1.0 release then we should reconsidering
>>the release (we kind of had an excuse for milestone releases, 1.0 should
>>be a step up in quality from milestones.. users will have expectations
>>of quality).
> Good point, let's plan on discussing this over the weekend at ApacheCon.
>>The site shows we are using an Evaluation License.  We should have a
>>full license if we are relying upon it.
> Jason said he was working to get the open source license.
>>Is there a way we can set the footer on every page to say that any
>>content contributed to the Wiki is under the ASL 2.0 license, with a
>>link to the license, or have a notice on the edit page?  Documentation
>>contributions should not be any different to code contributions.
> Agreed, I'm sure there's a way to set a footer containing the license.
> Bruce
> --
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> );'
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