Am Samstag, den 03.04.2010, 16:40 +0300 schrieb Dror Levin: > There is currently a wiki for gentoo at gentoo-wiki.com, which is > running MediaWiki, so it would be easiest to transfer the content if > we were to run the same software.
This should happen (if at all) on a per article basis imho. Having the option to do so (if we want to) is a plus we should consider, though. > Now, this doesn't mean we should be > limited by their actions, but it seems to me like the best choice for > other reasons as well. Its syntax is probably the most well known, > thanks to Wikipedia. Its upstream is active, it apparently scales and > performs pretty well, it's GPL, supports translations/localization, > feeds, attachments, etc. > I'm sure many other alternatives are as qualified, so this is most > likely a personal preference issue. As such, lets just agree on > something that works and is widespread and go with that and avoid all > the bikeshedding. Mediawiki sounds like what we want probably, mainly because it seems to be the most popular one. Besides that: - Ubuntu and Debian are using MoinMoin - Fedora and OpenSUSE use Mediawiki > > 2 - maintainers > > =============== > > > > Who is volunteering for maintaining the wiki? We need editors and > > moderators, people who look out for quality control and take care of > > spam removal. So let's get together a team. I'm sure if we ask on the > > forums we'll get some users interested as well. > I volunteer. Spam shouldn't be that much of an issue if editing is > restricted to registered users, but it is a good idea to have a team > of moderators similar to the one that exists for the forums (of course > users can take part of it as well as developers). It's not that I'm able to invest really much time for this, but if it's needed to get this finally rolling - count me in. Plus it shouldn't be much of an issue, if editing is limited to registered users (at least when speaking of Spam). > IMO it's best if only registered users can edit (but registering > should be easy, no bugs to file or anything, just sign up and use > immediately). This will probably prevent most kinds of spam and allow > for much better tracking of editing and history, allow for banning, > etc. without closing the wiki up too much. Fully ack. In addition I'd like to establish a Wiki team with both developers and experienced users who are able to review Wikipages (specifically every revision of a page) and tag those pages as reviewed. Something not that difficult, but that'll allow for some QA. See http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:FlaggedRevs for reference. - Tobias -- Praxisbuch Nagios http://www.oreilly.de/catalog/pbnagiosger/ https://www.xing.com/profile/Tobias_Scherbaum
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