[Psi-Devel] Fwd: PSI site - wiki, documentation issues
hal at halr9000.com
Thu Sep 15 05:32:08 PDT 2011
Justin, I think the answer to all of your questions is based on who your
potential audience is. If you are fine with attracting only the geeks on
this mailing list, then github and no forum is fine. If, on the other hand,
you want, what was her name? Aunt someone? Anyway, Joe User needs a website,
a forum, and these days, a social media presence.
Pick an audience...
On Sep 15, 2011 12:00 AM, "Justin Karneges" <justin-psi2 at affinix.com> wrote:
> Yeah I'm a fan of github. And it seems we already have a "psi-im"
> organization set up there. Even if we didn't move our code there right
> we could take advantage of other services. Their issue tracker looks
> enough. See Ruby on Rails for an example of a large project that uses it.
> I'm not sure what we should do about the wiki and forum though.
> Despite all the information in the wiki, it gets outdated easily and we
> spammed to death. I wonder if we might try providing "official"
> where the source to the docs lives in the git and we generate HTML from it
> the website. This would mean that documentation updates would require git
> access, but it also might encourage us to keep the docs leaner and
> A simple source format like reStructuredText should be easy to maintain.
> Forum we haven't had in years. It would be a cool thing to have, but it
> be more trouble than it's worth. Suggestions welcome.
> On Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:06:49 AM Rion wrote:
>> since we already have a mirror on github so its quite easy to move there.
>> 2011/9/14 Remko Tronçon <remko at el-tramo.be>:
>> > Maybe someone from the active team should indeed decide
>> > to move it to some hosted infrastructure (google code, github, ...)
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