Subject: Re: seriousness of this Project
To: loxety <email@example.com>
From: fab <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/10/2005 11:43:19
On 07/09/05 22:32 -0400, loxety wrote:
> I think the gentoo project has a good system of documentation. The forums
> really help! I wish netbsd had a forum system like the gentoo folks have.
French people have one (http://netbsd-fr.org/), it's rather great but
the forum part isn't sufficiently known. Maybe the main netbsd site
could host a wiki or a forum, with a section for links on great "locale"
sites like http://netbsd.se/ or http://netbsd-fr.org too.
It's a bit like the mailling-lists with locale parts, but many people
I think a forum could be duplicate use (since mailling lists already
exists), If they can't be merged it isn't necessarily a good idea, just
fewer people will use each of them.
A wiki for FAQ and Documentation project could be *very* nice, many
people, new to netbsd, ask for upgrading packages etc... in a FAQ/doc that
can be edited by everybody you should find every solution (pkg_comp,
pkg_chk, pkgmanager, etc...) with pros & cons.
I personally will love to see that happen.