[CentOS-docs] Wiki content policy?

Tue Mar 25 10:50:59 UTC 2008
Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de>

Ned Slider wrote:
> So, my question - should the CentOS Wiki specifically be for articles 
> directly relating to CentOS, or should it be a general repository for good 
> articles/information for CentOS users/community? Where a topic is generic 
> (not distro specific), is inclusion on the Wiki warranted?
> Personally, I'd like to see any/all well presented and useful documentation 
> on the Wiki, but that's just my personal opinion and I can understand if 
> others deem it a place best kept to CentOS specific content.

If we can have a "one stop shop" (or two stop shop, if you also take the
docs section of www.centos.org), I for one have no problems with it. I
think that there is no need to do articles on the wiki, which are
explained in (more or less) detail in the Deployment Guide or other
already available documentation. But if the documentation isn't already
there ...


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