[CentOS-docs] A Question of Style

Wed Dec 24 00:20:22 UTC 2014
PatrickD Garvey <patrickdgarveyt at gmail.com>

On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 3:56 PM, Yves Bellefeuille <yan at storm.ca> wrote:

> On Tuesday 23 December 2014, PatrickD Garvey <patrickdgarveyt at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > In
> > http://wiki.centos.org/Contribute#head-42b3d8e26400a106851a61aebe5c2c
> > ca54dd79e5 the standard for the wiki username is established as
> >  FirstnameLastname.
> >
> > In http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/Centpkg, created and edited by
> > BrianStinson, the Community Build System username is shown as
> >  bstinson
> If I understand your question correctly, your name as a wiki *author* is
> FirstnameLastname.
> When giving examples of commands, output, etc., you can use whatever you
> want. Sometimes you have to use the user "root" in an example.
> Yves

Of course, if the program being run in the document example requires
superuser privileges, root would be a reasonable choice.

What I am querying is whether a CentOS document should have a consistent
look, right down to the username used in examples.
Your assertion is, "you can use whatever you want." Is that the CentOS
community standard?
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