[CentOS-docs] Opening of the Wiki - Part I

Ned Slider ned at unixmail.co.uk
Tue Jun 3 16:00:52 UTC 2008

Ralph Angenendt wrote:
> Ned Slider wrote:
>> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>>> But this would mean that we have to either open up this list for
>>> everyone, or take all of the people on the editorial team into the
>>> moderators team for this list (which I don't have any problem with), or
>>> require people to subscribe here.
>> I don't follow what you mean. Wouldn't someone simply subscribe to this  
>> list and then send a mail stating they agree with the CC license etc,  
>> and a member of the editorial team upon seeing that message adds them to  
>> the Wiki editorial group and replies to the message to let the person  
>> know they've been added.
> This is what I wanted to know: Do we want people who want to edit the
> wiki to be subscribed to this list? This is taking the barrier a step
> higher.

Presumably the alternative is for them to simply register an account on 
the Wiki and off they go. But if you take that route, at what point do 
they formally agree to the Wiki CC license - part of the Wiki account 
signup process?

>> I would think that anyone who wants to contribute to the Wiki should be  
>> subscribed to this list anyway so IMHO it makes sense to use this list.
> That's what I asked >:)
> Cheers,
> Ralph

See, great minds thing alike :D

/ned needs more caffeine >:)

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