CentOS Wiki (Was: [CentOS] Updated Yum Docs)

Sat Apr 8 10:25:23 UTC 2006
Mike Stankovic <mlists2006 at yahoo.com>

--- Dag Wieers <dag at wieers.com> wrote:

> On Thu, 6 Apr 2006, Johnny Hughes wrote:
> > We are working on a Wiki ... it will be done soon.
> Johnny,
> I hope a lot of thought has been put into the
> structure and a policy to 
> revise/update the content.
> Since there are different versions of CentOS we need
> to think whether we 
> want to share information (and specify exceptions
> per distribution 
> version) or whether we want an entry-point per
> version with a similar 
> structure underneath and leave them independent.
> I'm not sure what the best way would be, but it
> needs a lot of thought.
> One of the best wiki's I have seen that do this
> sharing of information 
> where it matters and dividing where it doesn't is
> ThinkWiki:
> 	http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/ThinkWiki
> No matter where you start looking for information
> (models, technologies, 
> categories) you always end up the right place. I
> wouldn't be surprised 
> that the maintainer puts quite a lot of work to keep
> it simple and 
> straightforward.
> Kind regards,
> --   dag wieers,  dag at wieers.com, 

The colors on thinkwiki are not to my liking (not to
say its not a good piece of software) but
http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/ which powers
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ appears better.

On the subject of wikis there are many so appearance
alone shouldn't be the overiding concern. 

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