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From Martin Cooper <>
Subject Re: Struts Wiki Etiquette: Niall's Help
Date Fri, 24 Sep 2004 18:37:00 GMT
You should realise that no wiki page is owned by any one person more
than any other, regardless of who creates it. Once created, it is
community owned, and any member of the community is free to add their
changes in whatever form they feel appropriate. If you want to control
the content and format of the page, as it appears that you do, then
the wiki is the wrong place for that. Instead, you should put your
content up on a web site that is under your control. Of course, you
are free, then, to add a link to that web site from the wiki.

Martin Cooper

On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 07:16:33 -0700, Michael McGrady
<> wrote:
> I am trying to make the wiki on multiple buttons readable, despite being
> detailed and long.  I have had to spend quite a bit of time doing that
> because Niall comes behind me and changes things in ways that
> effectively confuses the issue.
> I would contact him directly on this, but he has asked me to not do that.
> You added solutions which I was trying to avoid, Niall, to the wiki.
> Then, in order not to confuse the reader, I added small critiques of the
> links you provided.  Now you have moved the critiques to places where
> they make no sense and have altered my words similarly.
> Is there any sense to this or am I completely captured by Niall's status
> and incapable of making this wiki remain readable?  If there is no way
> to keep this wiki safe from Niall, I would rather remove it altogether
> and just provide a link to a place he cannot rearrange at his whim and
> without much knowledge of this area.
> Michael McGrady
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