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Re: Fedora websites mailing list and Wiki ownership



On Mon, 2005-10-31 at 08:07 -0800, Karsten Wade wrote:
> On Sun, 2005-10-30 at 18:12 -0600, Patrick Barnes wrote:
> 
> > For Docs, using ##writer and ##editor might also be of interest.
> 
> ##technical-contact
> 
> This is especially important for Beat pages.  It might be more than a
> page needs, though.
> 
> > Any thoughts?

I think that different types of content require different arrangements,
and the same considerations probably apply whatever the technology (Wiki
or static pages).

Pages with certain kinds of content need to be carefully maintained, and
may need more stringent change control than is usual. Material like:

- Legal and policy statements
- Project admin, e.g. schedules
- Download pages (with URLs and checksums)
- "Shop-front" pages, like the front page and FAQ, intended to be seen
by the new and unwary

For other stuff, it may be best to let people get on and produce
whatever they need. Having one person per category to act as a
maintainer, moderator and point of contact is probably enough.

FWIW, I really like Patrick's idea of having of a mailing list for
official and third-party Website maintainers to get together.

-- 

Stuart Ellis

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