[Slackdocs] Introduction + first ideas
k00kiem0nster at ymail.com
Mon Aug 20 16:44:58 CEST 2012
I agree that a namespace convention has to be taken.
I have been moving a few of the slackbook (beta) articles to the wiki, and will gladly accept any naming convention that will be decided. As for now, I'm sticking with AlienBob's slackbook: recommendation.
From: Eric Hameleers <eha at alienbase.nl>
To: Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr>
Cc: slackdocs at alienbase.nl
Sent: Monday, August 20, 2012 4:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Slackdocs] Introduction + first ideas
On Mon, 20 Aug 2012, Nicolas Kovacs wrote:
> Nicolas Kovacs a écrit :
>> As I've stated in a private mail to Eric, I think the most important
>> point now is to setup a structure, a TOC, that has to be fleshed out
>> with information. I think the existing Slackbook (3.0 beta) is an
>> excellent starting point, and its TOC provides about two thirds of what
>> can reasonable figure on a well-provided documentation site. So here's
>> what I think could be a reasonable starting point.
> IMHO, someone has to step forward as a Temporary Benevolent Dictator to establish a rough first draft of the site structure. Just for this single problem, I sense a "Too Many Cooks Are Gonna Spoil The Soup" kind of problem.
> Eric? Anyone? Me?
I'll see what I can do this week, but I do not want to run this as Slackware (with a single BDFL taking all decisions). For the time being, I made Nicci and myself admins of the wiki, and I think between the two of us we will not have many disagreements on how the Wiki should be structured.
I will write a draft of the structure I would like to see in the Wiki and the ways people can contribute. I want to enforce the use of namespaces so that I can apply Access Control Lists to them in future. Watch http://taper.alienbase.nl/dokuwiki/start?idx=slackdocs for the appearance of articles which I will write about this.
How does that sound?
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