[CentOS-docs] discussions around upstream documentation

Karsten Wade

kwade at redhat.com
Mon Apr 11 17:37:35 UTC 2016


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On 04/11/2016 09:18 AM, Jim Perrin wrote:
> What are the thoughts or concerns about this sort of workflow
> change?

Any chance Moin Moin can store wiki source in git and sync
automatically with a central git repository?

It would provide another pathway to suggest edits to the wiki without
requiring wiki edit permissions.

For new documentation, e.g. layered project content from SIGs or
upstream documentation sources, I would think we'd want to skip a
conversion to/from Moin Moin and instead work directly in the sources
from upstream. Eases merging upstream, etc. Last Summer's GSoC
students implemented such a workflow.

Best,

- - Karsten
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Karsten Wade
Community Infra & Platform (Mgr)
Open Source and Standards, @redhatopen
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