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From Terry Ellison <Te...@ellisons.org.uk>
Subject Re: Access to wiki
Date Fri, 05 Aug 2011 10:17:10 GMT
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> I thought the idea was to have two wikis, one for (among other things)
> "official documentation" that requires contributors to sign the iCLA,
> and the other for "community documentation" that does not. It would seem
> to me that the items you described fit into the "official docs", while
> much (I suspect the majority) of the existing OOo wiki contents fits
> more into "community docs", with the few "official" docs on the existing
> wiki either under the Oracle brand and appropriate license or
> essentially obsolete (for example, the wiki version of the user guides,
> which only go up to v3.2).
>
> If this is the case, then it seems to me there is no real problem.
> Simply apply different rules to the two wikis. What am I missing?
>
> --Jean
>
>
A good example to my mind is the separation @ Ubuntu between

    * https://help.ubuntu.com/ -- which is the "official" website, and
      the sub-site
    * https://help.ubuntu.com/community -- which carries the headline
      "Community Documentation"


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