[geeklog-users] Geeklog Documentation Effort
tony at tonybibbs.com
Mon Dec 29 12:22:09 EST 2003
Regardless, you should use CVS. When you get version 1 of the docs done
I would CVS and tag it. That way all current work is in the wiki where
it can change daily but CVS only holds 'polished' versions of it.
Just a thought, oh, and of course we would make the Geeklog CVS
repository available to you all should you want/need it.
Sebastian Celis wrote:
> I agree that wikis don't have an ideal interface. Unfortunately,
> though, I don't think that there is a better option for what we are
> trying to do. Doing everything through CVS would probably work really
> nicely, but that would probably discourage a large number of users from
> contributing to the documentation. Now, that might be a good thing or a
> bad thing, depending on how you look at it... but currently I am
> leaning toward a Wiki being the best way to get the collaborative
> documentation effort up and running.
> - Sebastian
> On Dec 29, 2003, at 10:38 AM, Tony Bibbs wrote:
>> Sounds good to me. I'm not a big fan of wiki's...that's not to say I
>> won't use it I just haven't like many of the interfaces. Let us know
>> where the home for the wiki will reside in the end...
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