Hi Glenn,

Glenn Adams wrote:
> more
> 
> On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 8:20 PM, Glenn Adams <gl...@skynav.com> wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 7:18 PM, Vincent Hennebert 
>> <vhenneb...@gmail.com>wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Glenn,
>>>
>>> From you first message I had the impression that you wanted to keep
>>> using that tool for future documentation
>>>
>> as i've said, i intend to transition the documentation to the FOP wiki over
>> a period of time, so that it will all end up on the latter
>>
> 
> we've pretty much exhausted this thread, but perhaps it would be clearer to
> you if you view the trac wiki site I am using as a "working copy", "sandbox"
> or as a "staging area" as I compose my ideas and documentation; i could have
> merely done it on my local drive or on a private server, but i preferred
> instead to make it visible early, even though it is in preliminary stage
> which does not meet the standards I would expect for documentation that is
> promoted to the FOP wiki; i very well may rip up, rewrite, replace,
> restructure, etc., the content i am composing on my trac wiki before i feel
> it is ready for the FOP wiki; as I say, i could be doing that privately, but
> then interested viewers would not have early access to my preliminary work;
> overall, it is to your and the communities benefit that i choose to expose
> this preliminary work, with all its defects plainly visible;

That’s fair enough, but you’re describing the very purpose of the FOP
wiki here :-)
Moreover, notification is sent to the fop-commits mailing list whenever
a change is made to the wiki, which allows us to easily follow people’s
progress.


Vincent

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