wiki questions, Moin versions, and click-through CLA
mmcgrath at redhat.com
Fri Dec 21 02:00:22 UTC 2007
Karsten Wade wrote:
> Mike and other fellow Fedorans:
> We've discussed this a small amount on f-infrastructure-list, and even
> more on IRC.
> Can we run a beta of Moin 1.6 so we can get the click-through CLA?
a test instance to setup or migrate the production wiki to Moin 1.6?
> What do you want to do about the wiki, in general?
pretend it doesn't exist :)
> The poor wiki beast. It sits in the middle of all of us, and while
> Infrastructure owns it operationally ("keep the lights on"), who owns it
> Should that be Fedora Docs?
> Could that be Fedora Docs?
Not sure, the websites team should probably work with docs on this. I
feel like there's a lot of content on the wiki that should be
elsewhere. I think removing content from the wiki and moving it
elsewhere (docs.fp.o or fp.o) Almost like no end-user content should
end up in the wiki. (probably a dream world)
> Be careful, those may be different answers. :)
> What would such an ownership/stewardship role mean?
> For one, we would have to push through the click-through CLA and enable
> an army of people to own and help maintain page quality. As Wikipedia
> has learned before us.
Now this click-through CLA is one that is not tied to the user correct?
Just something they're prompted with when editing the page with an
unverified account. I worry what an army of people who don't have
enough stake in Fedora to fully sign the CLA will do for/to Fedora. But
it is the open way :) I'd like to get rid of the CLA all together.
On a side note, there's going to be an FAS session during FUDCon, I'd
encourage anyone that is interested to come on by.
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