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Re: [opensuse-wiki] Mentoring session - December 27th, 17h00 UTC
  • From: Henk van Velden <henk-opensuse@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Dec 2009 11:46:06 +0100
  • Message-id: <200912251146.06272.henk-opensuse@xxxxxxxxx>
Same here. I do not mind being in the Cavalry or the Infantry. I want to
contribute in improving/consolidating/making existing/new documentation and
gladly leave to others how the structure around this is organised.

Tell me the rules and I will try to adhere to them.

On Friday 25 December 2009 11:14:57 oldcpu wrote:
My 2 cents on this: I consider myself as one of the technical
contributors who help out with technical content and technical content
quality (in the few areas that I can contribute). The name assigned to
users such as myself is not important to me, and "forum squad" or some
other name is fine by me.

I'm definitely not part of the established "wiki team" who have been
doing incredibly excellent work in the back ground on the framework and
structure of the wiki. Without them there would be no wiki.

Its great to see some movement on this and I only hope I am up to the
challenge (in both time and capability) in contributing in some small
way to the wiki changes.

aka oldcpu

On 12/23/2009 09:57 AM, DenverD wrote:
if so, that still leaves a question in my mind: when oldcpu (for
example) recently raised his hand in the forum, was he included in the
"forum squad" because of where and when he 'joined', *or* was he
included in the "wiki team" since he had been "contributing to the
Wiki for ages"??

Met vriendelijke groet,
Henk van Velden
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