[linux-audio-user] Attracting more Linux audio developers

Robin Gareus robin at gareus.org
Mon Dec 11 21:14:19 EST 2006

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Esben Stien wrote:
> "Ivica Ico Bukvic" <ico at vt.edu> writes:
>> I do not have the time to maintain a wiki
> That's a big point in having a wiki where you don't have to
> register. You actually have no, absolutely zero, maintenance, because
> the users removes the spam.
> You install a wiki, then leave it be. 

I think I'll try that approach. it would be interesting to plot how this
scales with the number of content-pages / visitor-count. But the result
depends highly on the enthusiasm of the community..

media upload could cause some headaches on an open system! anyway, all
the CAPTCHA and registration discussing is something that we should not
concern ourselves too much with. It is clear that we need a nice, clean
and quick solution, but it's a wiki's not a audio developer's job!

for my little experiment I use git as an additional revision control
(above|below) dokuwiki. Clearly nothing for end-users, but it might get
some command line freaks (like me) to review and merge changes.. and it
certainly can come in handy for removing pollution,  or even taking a
copy with you for off-line edit (not that this would make any sense for
the linux-sound-index, but for articles it will).

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