Am Freitag, den 10.06.2005, 00:46 +0100 schrieb Rhys Hardwick:
> Right,
> 
> I have a suggestion.  The git mailing list is really trying to get some real 
> documentation done at the moment.  I think we can help out.  The 

I think so too

> How about a wiki for this, I have had some experience with wiki's, and I love 
> them.  Anyone can then help!  We can have static pages describing the 
> overview, and a wiki for each part of the project.

i've created a page, called documentation. There are two sub pages and
one link. I thought, one page for the "plumbers" and one page for the
user. But i think, these pages are now unnecessary, cause i installed
media wiki. The link to the wiki system are under documentation and
ready to start. I hope that Alexander Weber has time on the next day to
build the template.

> IMHO, it's critical we get this part working quickly, like _right now_.  Am I 
> being overambitious?  Tell me so if you think so.

you're right, how long do you think, need to write the english part?

> Any suggestions?  Please say so.  Let's make git-source _the_ page for git!  
> I 
> think it's more than possible for us.


> P.S.  a little suggestion.  When you put a page inside of page in typo3, the 
> menu does not make the links to the nested pages smaller (do you know what I 
> mean?).  This would be a nice feature.  Should be simple, just don't know 
> how!

CSS problem, i know. Will be fixed soon.

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