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

Ivica Ico Bukvic ico at vt.edu
Fri Dec 15 11:44:26 EST 2006

> > I'd say that wikipedia should be used as a summary page, rather than an
> > exhaustive resource with app-specific documentation. So, I guess in that
> > respect I do agree with your ideas. However, I do not see it as an
> > exhaustive documentation resource for every app.
> I think that is what the Wikipedia policies also have in mind. I
> thought that the point, from the subject, was attracting more
> developers (and non-Linux users, especially). For that purpose,
> Wikipedia is probably a much better starting point than a more
> Linux-centric site.
> As for the specific documentation, my suggestion is to limit the
> number of wikis. One is really better than three. It means less
> maintenance work for the maintainers (and thanks to those who decide
> to do it). It will be much easier for a community of this limited size
> to clean up the vandalism of spammers or correct mistakes than
> dividing our efforts among three locations. Maybe most importantly, if
> I have a question, I don't have to go to three different places to
> look for the information. Similarly, if I have documentation to
> contribute, I don't have to go three places to add it.

So, in a nutshell, we agree?


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