Tobie,

> I'd like the perfect solution as much as anybody, I just haven't
> bumped into it yet.
>
> If you have, please speak up. If not, please spare me that kind of
> remarks. They're just completely counter-productive

Oh for cryin' out loud, Tobie. There are roughly 50 wiki engines out
there that make contributing a darn sight easier than using flippin'
git. But:

> P.S.: For the record. Mislav's right, you can fork the project and
> edit it in the browser.

Excellent! So minimum requirement is a browser.

-- T.J.

On Apr 9, 10:55 am, Tobie Langel <tobie.lan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I think I can live with that.
>
> > We'll have to disagree on that, then, and it's your project. For a
> > project I was running, I would consider it a completely unacceptable
> > barrier to non-code contribution.
>
> I'd like the perfect solution as much as anybody, I just haven't
> bumped into it yet.
>
> If you have, please speak up. If not, please spare me that kind of
> remarks. They're just completely counter-productive
>
> Thanks.
>
> Tobie
>
> P.S.: For the record. Mislav's right, you can fork the project and
> edit it in the browser.

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