mad96 at hampshire.edu
Sat Dec 1 02:51:59 EST 2001
Hm. My only concern is that it looks like it's used more for proclamations/statements than Q&A. (Brings us back to the Official Documentation issue, only not quite as bad.) And it looks like the structure of a Wiki doesn't really make it smooth to do that. What category/entry would you put it under? Would you have a separate FAQ category?
But hey, if I'm wrong, so much the better. :)
I may have met Shira, but the name doesn't ring a bell. I left Camp Hamp in Feb. 2000--without Glyph there, it just didn't seem worth it. ;-)
Quoting Kevin Turner <acapnotic at twistedmatrix.com>:
> On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 03:38:24PM -0500, Michael Dartt wrote:
> > From what I've seen/experienced, the "document-as-you-go"
> > approach works much better for open-source projects.
> How about using the wiki?
> - Kevin
> (do you know shira rosenhaft at hampshire, class of 2002?)
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