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Subject Re: Seperate issues in CommonMisconfigurations wiki page to their own wiki pages.
Date Thu, 05 Jul 2007 02:54:28 GMT

I'm not sure how useful that aggregate would be. By rici's argument, the 
user would still need to search for his issue on that page to get to the 
right link anyway. If we want to make things easy to get to for the user 
then really, an aggregate page is quite useless, imo. Plus, the 
maintaining of that aggregate page seems like wasted time to me.

On Thu, 5 Jul 2007, Vincent Bray wrote:

> On 05/07/07, megaspaz <> wrote:
> > Basically the question is this. We are going to move the issues in the
> > CommonMisconfigurations wiki page to their own pages, but should we keep the
> > CommonMisconfigurations page or delete it completely? Rici is of the mind of
> > keeping it as an index of links to the new wiki pages of those issues. What
> > would be the consensus of the rest of you?
> Can't we have both? Isn't there a way to create a page as an aggregate
> of several others, like how wikipedia reuses article parts between
> articles?

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