[CentOS] does having a centos wiki acct grant edit access?

Ned Slider ned at unixmail.co.uk
Sat Sep 25 06:52:02 EDT 2010


On 25/09/10 11:36, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>
>    i just registered for a centos wiki account, and was wondering if
> this gives me edit capability.  i'm prepping for the first of a number
> of RHEL/centos basic admin courses and currently working my way thru
> the wiki, collecting neat tricks and ideas and, occasionally, i'll
> stumble over typoes -- some minor, some not so much.
>
>    for instance, here:
>
> http://wiki.centos.org/TipsAndTricks/YumAndRPM#head-61731905d2e34ac343baeef06e5dd296aeed67b9
>
> the command is listed as:
>
>    yum --disable "*" --enable "rpmforge" list available
>
> i'm guessing that should actually be:
>
>    yum --disablerepo "*" --enablerepo "rpmforge" list available
>
> no?  but even if i got edit access, i'd still be happier if someone
> eventually checked out any changes i made to validate them.  whatever
> works best.
>
> rday
>

No, an account does not automatically give you edit rights, and you need 
to take this to the centos-docs list where a wiki editor will be happy 
to make the edits for you.

Obtaining wiki edit rights isn't hard - you just need to demonstrate 
that you wish to contribute.



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