On Mon, 5 Dec 2005, Ken Guest wrote:
> If I thought that there was a genuine 'return' on the effort
> required to import the existing collection of articles and reviews
> into a wiki format, I'd be all for it; I'm yet, if ever, to reach
> that conclusion with regards to the www.linux.ie site though.
The waters could be tested though by simply putting up a wiki as a
sub-url of Linux.ie.
You don't need to convert any existing content, the whole point of
the wiki is that external contributors will do that. If the
pro-wikiists are right, the wiki section will soon be far better than
the 'main' site, but if not - no harm done (particularly if it allows
this thread to cease).
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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