[OpenAFS] Re: New OpenAFS website proposal.

Andrew Deason adeason@sinenomine.net
Fri, 26 Nov 2010 14:57:04 -0500

On Fri, 26 Nov 2010 12:40:17 +0100
Jakub Witkowski <jpw@jabster.pl> wrote:

> AFSLore Wiki was probably started with that idea but, frankly, it
> looks broken and inspires little confidence.

So, make it look better. Someone good with CSS just needs to spend a few
minutes with it to make it not look like it's a static HTML 2.0 web page
from the 90s.

The thing is, for user-contributed content, we already have a system
that we like (well, that I like, at least). Speaking only for myself, I
don't want to have to go through a plone web interface to add
documentation or make a correction, if I go through git and gerrit to do
everything else. If you can get plone or whatever other CMS to pull
information submitted to git, then that's fine, and I don't really care
what you use in order to do that.

But I'd rather not have to create a second account and use an entirely
separate process for "web stuff". Source and non-wiki documentation
changes already go through gerrit, and I for one think it works quite
well. (And if AFSLore wiki changes did, too, I'd contribute more to it)

Andrew Deason