Gerard Meijssen wrote:
>What is needed is a report that looks good enough for now and a public ie
>visible place to put it.

Neat idea!

There's <>, of
course. In my experience, users don't really care what the report is
titled or how it looks; they're much more concerned with accurate and
up-to-date (read: actionable) report data.

One of the benefits of using a wiki page is that wiki pages have pre-built
notification structures (watchlists, RSS feeds, IRC feed, and e-mail).

To this end, depending on who the relevant audience is of this report,
updating multiple pages on local wikis may be a lot more fruitful.


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