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Fri Feb 13 22:27:02 CET 2009
Le Fri, 13 Feb 2009 21:38:30 +0100,
Christian Dywan <christian at twotoasts.de> a écrit :
> Am Fri, 13 Feb 2009 21:10:22 +0100
> schrieb Jannis Pohlmann <jannis at xfce.org>:
> > Am Fri, 13 Feb 2009 20:41:35 +0100
> > schrieb Christian Dywan <christian at twotoasts.de>:
> > > Am Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:27:19 +0100
> > > schrieb Nick Schermer <nickschermer at gmail.com>:
> > >
> > > > I was looking in a more wiki like approach and started working
> > > > on that a bit, see if it works.
> > > > It allows the documentation to be written and translated in a
> > > > wiki and we generate docbooks from the wiki contents and pull
> > > > it in the repositories once in a while. This way more people
> > > > can work on the documentation (of course only registered users
> > > > can change the wiki contents) so we have up2date docs online
> > > > and not messing with the docbook format makes the whole thing a
> > > > lot easier for everyone (i guess?).
> > >
> > > Note two potential problems with that approach, although I
> > > generally like the idea:
> > >
> > > You actually can edit pages without being registered or logged in
> > Depends on the wiki and the setup.
> I was assuming the Xfce wiki, of course if you intend to setup a new
> wiki or reconfigure the Xfce wiki that can be avoided.
Nope, within the xfce wiki it is possible to lock pages to a group of
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