Migrate website documentation to the Wiki
jnewman at codeweavers.com
Tue Oct 4 09:40:21 CDT 2005
Also, don't forget. The WineHQ docs are in SGML which provides tools to
convert it to any format. (html, PS, PDF, etc.) We really don't want to
give up on those abilities.
For any page that isn't SGML, sure it could be converted into a Wiki. In
fact, I'm now considering moving the entire WineHQ site to the wiki. You
all have been doing a bang up job keeping the Wiki updated. So far
proving me wrong that all Wiki's are junkyards of useless outdated
information. The only problem would be the WWN issues.
On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 07:17 -0500, Jeremy White wrote:
> > I'm willing to move every simple textual (static content) page from the
> > website to the Wiki and link from the website to the corresponding
> > pages.
> I think this is a bad idea.
> The current system ensures that changes to the core parts
> of WineHQ are reviewed before being made, whereas a Wiki
> can allow things to change willy-nilly, often reflecting
> the views of the last person to touch a page, rather
> than a consensus.
> For things that are relatively fluid, like statii and such,
> I think the Wiki makes great sense. But for things that
> are, essentially, static, I think the current static
> web site works fine.
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