Maintenance Idea - Wiki
oldsoldier at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 07:54:26 UTC 2008
On Fri, 2008-06-13 at 09:41 +0200, Leo Iannacone wrote:
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> Jonathan Jesse ha scritto:
> > On Mon, Jun 9, 2008 at 11:03 PM, <indigo196 at rochester.rr.com
> > <mailto:indigo196 at rochester.rr.com>> wrote:
> > Hello all:
> > My first poke in the list...
> > I would like to discuss the need to make the wiki more easily
> > maintainable.
> > When I was first starting to use Ubuntu (and Linux seriously) I
> > had some issues with finding documentation that was out of date
> > due to it being for an old version.
> > I would like to suggest adding a category for the version of
> > Ubuntu that the documentation was created under or last reviewed
> > for. This would have the double benefit of making it clear to
> > users what version it was written for and making it easier for
> > maintainers to find pages that need 'checking' and/or revision.
> > Potentially this can be done by using the version name
> > "CategoryHardyHeron" or potentially it could be done by using a
> > more generic "CategoryLTS", "CategoryCurrentVersion",
> > "CategoryARchivedVersions"... or some other idea I have not
> > thought of.
> > Other than that - hello to everyone and please let me know how I
> > can assist.
> > Thanks,
> > PrivateVoid
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> > I would vote for that idea as well. There should be a way at look
> > then at all CategoryArchivedVersions and removing pages that deal w/
> > Breezy, etc
> In italian wiki we have developed a new macro to include in the page
> "the supported releases".
> An example is here -> http://wiki.ubuntu-it.org/Programmazione/Java
> (It's under TableOfContets (modified ;), you could read "Versioni
> supportate" (tran. "Supported releases")
> It's a nice way to control deprecated pages.
> If you want, I can give the code of macro.
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Very nice. I'd like to see something like that implemented for our Wiki.
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