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

Wed May 21 03:45:05 UTC 2008
John <jses27 at gmail.com>

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On Behalf Of Ralph Angenendt
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Subject: Re: [CentOS-docs] Opening of the Wiki - Part I

Let me guess: "RE: " instead of "Re: ", strange message format, broken
quoting: You are using Outlook! 

Sure am for now..Not on a *nix machine today. I find that evolution does me
100 times better...pine & alpine to.

> Aggree..I would like for the Authors name and Co-Authored names to 
> remain on the article they have written.

[[[Different discussion ...]]]?

Lets discuss. I'm kinda sure the author or authors, same as me would like
there name on it somehow or another. Now this is a whole different story for
articles that are no longer maintained by the original author. Just as an
equal opertunity that the centos "core members" would want there name on
updated packages. IE "The Package Builder". 

Example: Author writes the article. Authors article gets edited for
punctuation by someone other than the original author (s) and then is
credited for writing the article. There in my opinion needs someway of
keeping the credation of the origional article. Unless it is not maintained
by the original author any more.