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Mon Sep 23 12:32:00 CEST 2002
I agree with Randall. Once you get used to it, a wiki is an incredibly
I would recommend twiki over moinmoin, because it uses RCS to store the
documentation in the backend, which allows you to see the complete editing
history of a page.
Discover more at http://www.twiki.org/
On Mon, 23 Sep 2002, Randall Craig wrote:
> * Antony Stone (Antony at Soft-Solutions.co.uk) [020923 00:55]:
> > On Monday 23 September 2002 4:20 am, Ronald G Minnich wrote:
> > That's a great objective, but clearly it will take time to get there, and
> > even when we've achieved it I think it remains in the spirit of an Open
> > Source Software project to keep as good a set of instructions as we can on
> > the website for people to be able to Do It Themselves, either because they
> > want to, or because they want to try it on some new piece of hardware and
> > need all the help they can get understanding how it's supposed to work on
> > something functional before embarking on something which they expect to
> > presentthem with challenges.
> It seems to me, one of the obstacles to documentation is finding
> someone with the time and authority to modify the webpages. How
> about running a wiki instead. I would recommend twiki or moin moin.
> -- Randall
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