Meeting on Sat UTC
corey.burger at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 02:37:40 UTC 2005
I sincerely hope most people are not inside my head. It is really only
big enough for me, even with it's quite fantasticly swollen size.
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 03:31:26 +0100, Enrico Zini <enrico at enricozini.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 12:11:51PM +1100, Nick Loeve wrote:
> > Ok cool. I have only seen what has been happening this list (not IRC),
> > so i gathered that:
> > - Corey wanted to change everything
> > - Sean got fed up with this and then quit, then
> > - Corey has started implementing the changes
> > - The doc team infrastructure is in for a radical change
> > If i am wrong about this, the i too would love to know what is going on???
> > From some of Corey's posts i gathered he had talked to you about his
> > plans and they were going ahead??
> Matthew East just found a plausible explanation of what happened on
> 1) Corey came in and wanted to replace everything with a wiki
> 2) People said "no thanks", then Corey tempered his goals a bit. Since
> people were not inside Corey's mind, this was not obvious to the
> most :)
> 3) Today I've been discussing with Corey, and we talked about the
> problems of the current wiki and how to propose improvements to it.
> I suggested him to start collecting facts in order to make a nice
> report to Canonical: "why the wiki sucks", "what it is blocking",
> "what it would need to improve".
> 4) Corey did start this collection: his "Hung up on wikis" post today
> is just about that: if you have issues with the current wiki (say,
> for example, it doesn't remember your login), then please add your
> bit to Corey's post.
> All fine so far.
> The misunderstanding seems to have come out from this part on the "Hung
> up on wikis" post:
> "Please add to this list. I/Enrico hope to have a list of specific and
> concrete things that we can take to Canonical to get our wiki fixed."
> That was about improving the current wiki, but people probably
> understood that it was about creating together a plan about throwing
> away all our loved infrastructure. Boom.
> Many thanks Matthew for the investigation :)
> > Also Enrico, did you get my reply about the .pot files? It doesn't seem
> > to be coming through the list.
> It was held because of the size. I've finally seized control of the
> list, so I could approve it in.
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