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Once you have finished your article, you could re-publish it here:
Idea of this site is to collect various tutorials and other stuff of
On 8/26/07, Sean Dague <sean at dague.net> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 25, 2007 at 03:10:33PM -0400, Jonathan Pryor wrote:
> > On Sat, 2007-08-25 at 12:07 -0500, Austin Winstanley wrote:
> > > Just telling us "Post it on the mailing list and we'll get around to
> > > it", seems, at least to me, like a write-off.
> > It may seem like a write-off, but it isn't, not exactly.
> > It's more like, "Post it to the mailing list, and if (1) we like it, and
> > (2) you do it often enough*, we'll create an account for you."
> > * Where "often enough" may be only one posting; it's somewhat
> > inconsistent.
> > This is identical in principal to what we do for developers:
> > http://www.mono-project.com/SVN#Obtaining_Write_Access
> > So there is a barrier to entry (posting something to mono-list), but it
> > should be a somewhat low barrier of entry.
> It would be good if that policy got written up on the wiki. The wiki
> pages regarding editing of content at:
> http://www.mono-project.com/Mono_Documentation_Improvement_Project seem
> contradictory to the policy at hand.
> It is your policy to set. It would be good to document that policy on
> the wiki.
> > > Why don't yall grant some accounts, and if they get abused, you could
> > > always pull them...
> > This gets back to the issue of there (probably) not being enough
> > resources to police the Wiki to check for abuse. It's easier to just
> > let reasonably trustworthy people in to start.
> > Which isn't to say that you're not "reasonably trustworthy." You'll
> > just be _more_ reasonably trustworthy after you send something to
> > mono-list/mono-docs-list/etc. :-)
> Fair enough. My personal experience has shown that as long as you have
> anti spam engine enabled on your wiki (moinmoin has a good one, I assume
> media wiki has something equivalent), just requiring self registering
> accounts is enough to keep abuse out.
> Given that it took 2 emails to mono-list to even get this thread
> rolling, I'm a bit unenthused in it being a gating element in getting
> access to the wiki. I'd like to hope the guy behind me would have the
> ability to fix my aweful spelling mistakes (which I am known to make
> from time to time), without emailing here first. :)
> Anyway, in the mean time, I'll be writing up the information on the
> OpenSim wiki instead: http://openmv.org/wiki/MonoSqlite. It will be
> written in various small time chunks, so don't expect much for the next
> week or so, but it will evolve over time.
> Sean Dague Mid-Hudson Valley
> sean at dague dot net Linux Users Group
> http://dague.net http://mhvlug.org
> There is no silver bullet. Plus, werewolves make better neighbors
> than zombies, and they tend to keep the vampire population down.
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