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Re: Possible edits to the Overview wiki page

On Saturday 18 February 2006 12:42, Stuart Ellis wrote:
> On Sat, 2006-02-18 at 12:49 -0500, Debra Deutsch wrote:
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> > Folks,
> >
> > I have been staring at the Overview wiki page.  It is the very first
> > page link in the project FAQ.  I am thinking of making some changes to
> > make it more helpful and understandable to people who are very new to
> > the open source community.  While I can see who has subscribed to the
> > page, I can't tell who owns it.  (I thought page info would tell me
> > that.)  So, I am posting here to see what people think about the
> > possible edits.
> It was actually owned by the Marketing project, and the content was a
> set of talking points - it may now serve a slightly different function.
> The pages on the Wiki that are attached to a particular subproject have
> Category[Project] at the bottom of the page.

Actually, this page was never the "Talking Points" page.  It was originally 
created by Rahul Sundaram and myself.  Later, the talking points were 
integrated into this page since they are so similar in purpose.

> Probably the best thing to do is enquire on the Websites list about the
> current situation:
> https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-websites-list
> Generally, you can work on a new version of a page without editing the
> original by creating a link like [:DebraDeutsch/Prototypes/Overview:
> Prototype of Overview] on your own Wiki homepage, and then copying the
> content from the original page to your new Prototypes/Overview page for
> development. Content can then simply be copied back to the original as
> necessary.

I noticed the new prototype page that was created following this message.  
When it is ready, a short email to fedora-websites-list will let us know it 
needs review.  :-)

Patrick "The N-Man" Barnes
nman64 n-man com


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