Quoting Jesse Keating <[email protected]>:
> On Thu, 2005-03-31 at 12:27 -0600, Eric Rostetter wrote:
> > Can you give us the reasons it seems like a good idea to you? If I
> > know
> > why you want to do it, then maybe I'd agree with you.
> Fedora Project website is a central place for Fedora stuff, and Legacy
> is a fedora stuff.
Weak argument, but I can accept it.
> The hardware will be better maintained and software
> has more people looking after it. It is already setup for user auth, so
> random spamming will be less of an issue.
This sounds like a win.
> Also, docs we come up with, and docs other groups come up with can be
> linked and reused within the same system making collaboration a bit
A big win.
> > I'd also want more details about the actual implementation before I
> > commented
> > on it. Would it be a separate "virtual" wiki? Or a tree in their
> > wiki?
> > What would the url be? etc.
> We're working on these details right now.
As long as the url to the FL wiki stuff is easy to remember, then I'm on board.
I'd give this a qualified yes vote.
> I would like to include you
> on the email conversations I have regarding this.
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