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Re: [opensuse-gnome] Wiki Cleanup
  • From: "Casual J. Programmer" <casualprogrammer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 08:33:37 +0200
  • Message-id: <1213770817.4521.24.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
While this seems to be a worthwhile effort, I keep asking myself why
everybody seems to be content to do as much manually as possible.

Instead of waisting time perusing and updating stuff manually, there
should be a way to do this (semi)automatically.


On Fri, 2008-06-13 at 23:44 -0500, Bryen wrote:

I'm taking the initiative to sift through all our pages on the Wiki, as
seen via link. I've done minor
edits, such as cleaning up improper links, etc. Nothing major. (Please
note, these pages have the GNOME Category tag on them. Any pages
without the tag, I probably don't know about and would bet there's more
GNOME pages out there.)

Below are some of the things I'd like feedback/comments on as to whether
they should be cleaned up/rearranged.

This page is marked as a draft.

- This page is marked as
a draft.

- There are a series of articles
about the GNOME Updater. But they are not under /GNOME/, but rather at If these pages are still
relevant, I'd like to move them to be under /GNOME/ so everything is in
one place.

- There are a series of bug
related articles, such as /Bugs, /BugDays, /MainMenuBugWeek. I'd like
to move them all so they fall under /GNOME/Bugs/

There's more pages than I've listed here that I'd like to look at as
well, but can we start with these? I'd like to add more sub-page
categories, such
as /GNOME/Software/, /GNOME/Developers/, /GNOME/Community, etc. and then
organize the remaining pages under these categories.

I'd like to tackle this in the next few days because, well.. we've got
company coming next week. (New 11.0 users) Your thoughts?


Let's rejoice a "There are no dumb questions" culture.
But I really need you to have a "No dumb answers" policy before I answer your

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