1. says:

    July 28, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    Hey Sven, do the OpenLDAP guide. I just found a big question with it – current stable openldap-2.4.30 uses some apparently completely non-documented (google doesn’t know it) OPENLDAP_VERSIONTAG=”.version-tag” thing, which I wasn’t able to figure out what exactly it needs to have in a very reasonable amount of time. When I do find out, would def. love a place to publish this.

  2. hadrons123 says:

    July 28, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    Do we still get to have the official gentoo documentations? or can’t it coexist?

    I believe that the gentoo official documentation is better compared to user edited wiki.

  3. says:

    July 28, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    For the moment, all moved documents are going to become community-edited. When an article is “mature” enough, it will be marked for translation. Articles that are not within that quality will not.

    Project-specific documentation will also move to the wiki, albeit within the Project: namespace, allowing only developers to be able to edit it. The GDP-managed docs aren’t, although there will also be a Project section for the GDP. If we want to keep certain documents “limited” for editing, we can lock them or put them in the Project: namespace.

    Most documentation however will be (in my opinion) community-driven. As an author/editor, I’ll keep a close eye on the evolution of documents (i.e. watch its changes and such).

    We’re not fully “stabilized” yet on this approach though, we’ll see as time progresses.

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