On Friday 09 of April 2010 13:26:16 Guy Fontaine wrote:
> There are things I know about Gentoo Linux and I'm pleased to share my
> knowledge with others as well as I'm glad to learn from others. I'm not a
> Gentoo dev and I neither have plan nor wish to be.
> My feeling is that Gentoo Wiki Project is just but another occasion for
> debating rules and politics. Reading some messages from some people I feel
> like I'm not welcome because I'm not a member of a group of selected
> people.
> I have a French wiki to maintain, Gentoo-Québec's one, and I also have to
> help people by answering their questions on Gentoo-Québec forum. I think
> my real place is there.

See? This is the problem. Every time comes an initiative to introduce official 
Gentoo infra hosted Gentoo Wiki (yes, the one that won't loose randomly all 
its contents) - there's lack of interest of cooperation from already existing 
unofficial Gentoo-related Wiki admins.

And of course it's always Gentoo devs who are to blame for "creating 
duplicated effort" instead of normalizing current situation.

Btw, you should only care for opinion of Gentoo Wiki project members, which 
are listed there - http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/wiki/



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