[Fso] FYI: Docs++
frederik.sdun at googlemail.com
Wed Mar 25 22:15:19 CET 2015
I have to agree upon joerg's objections. He's one of the guys playing with
our software and helping to configure it for certain use cases and want to
document their experiments.
This helps the developers to get an idea of the next feature they want to
Imho editing wikis should be possible with a small learning curve.
Am 25.03.2015 18:59 schrieb Steffen Möller <steffen_moeller at gmx.de>:
> Nope, submitters learning git is probably more important to the world than
> whatever patch they submit to the fso repository ;)
> Give it a chance - and github actually helps a lot along the way.
> Sent from my Android phone with GMX Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
> joerg Reisenweber <joerg at openmoko.org> wrote:
>> On Wed 25 March 2015 17:20:38 Dr. Michael Lauer wrote:
>> > (I’m not planning to bring back a wiki, I think the github pull model
>> > ok
>> I tend to disagree. Seen the github "wiki" fail to serve it's purpose for
>> several highly motivated people who refuse to learn git just to
>> contribute to
>> a documentation - incl myself. Registering with git is either more
>> (ssh pubkey, iirc that's what github requires, as a second step) than
>> registering with generic wiki, or ideally there's no difference.
>> Operation of
>> git (incl providng such ssh pubkey) is simple for coders who are used to
>> *and for spam scripts* - it's a PITA for those who don't regularly use
>> git and
>> are just interested in editing the wiki.
>> Bottom line: true wiki please! with edit permission only for registered
>> Apply usual safeguards (email verification) for registration and get rid
>> of all
>> spam that way.
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