On 09/04/2010 13:38, Ben de Groot wrote:
On 9 April 2010 13:26, Guy Fontaine<guy.fonta...@videotron.qc.ca>  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.

Don't be dismayed by negative remarks, or a few naysayers who are not
even part of the Gentoo Wiki Project. Any user (or dev) with
constructive input is welcome. And as you volunteered, you are part of
the project.


I still dont understand people's problems with this. Several devs have said they've wanted one for years, it would be a great place to review documentation before going in the official documentation, it's a great place to discuss and collaborate on future dev handbook pages.

The official wiki could and *should* work together with the unofficial wiki because they complement eachother. The unofficial wiki isn't going to want detailed OpenRC documentation and the official wiki isn't going to want "how to set up FreeDOOM" on it.

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