phajdan.jr at gentoo
Mar 27, 2012, 12:21 PM
On 3/27/12 9:05 PM, Sven Vermeulen wrote:
> As the GDP isn't as large as it used to be (I think we have 2 to 4 active
> participants/developers currently, coming from a 20+ situation) we might
> want to consider moving documents we can't handle currently onto the Gentoo
> Wiki. Most of us either don't know the technologies described in it too
> well, or we need some help from the community...
Sounds good. For some reason people like wikis...
I generally prefer GDP, but it's obviously not possible to have 4 people
handle the same load as 20 people. By the way, I think that after your
return Sven the GDP can attract more contributors.
> License-wise, this should be okay, as there is a version-up clause in the
> CC-BY-SA license most documents use. It would also allow us to focus on the
> installation instructions and, who knows, have some input for the Gentoo
> Wiki Knowledge base at http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Knowledge_Base:Main_Page
Would the licensing also allow eventually taking the wiki articles and
adding them to GDP?