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Re: NetBSD on Wikipedia

On Jan,Thursday 14 2010, at 1:50 AM, matthew sporleder wrote:

> On Sat, Jan 9, 2010 at 10:32 PM, matthew sporleder 
> <> wrote:
>> On Sat, Jan 9, 2010 at 9:57 AM, Adam Hoka <> 
>> wrote:
>>> Hi NetBSD Users!
>>> If anyone have a little free time and likes to write, please would
>>> you help NetBSD by editing the article about us on Wikipedia [1]?
>>> Currently it's marked as "It may require general cleanup to meet
>>> Wikipedia's quality standards.".
>>> It would really help the project.
>>> Thanks!
>>> [1]
>> I moved a bunch of stuff around so the structure wasn't so flat.  I
>> could go through and add {{fact}} tags but would someone be willing to
>> come in after me and actually find the citations for a lot of stuff on
>> there?
>> The content itself it pretty on-par with other OS pages from what I've
>> seen.  In fact, considering the lack of a standard OS template, the
>> netbsd content is pretty good.  (except where it's comma-heavy or too
>> terse)
>> I know I should just work on it myself, but the pkgsrc wikipedia
>> page(  should be brought up to par
>> with the portage ( or
>> APT ( pages.
> I added a netbsd template (that little box at the bottom of the page)
> and also started articles on ATF and netpgp.  If you can think of any
> other netbsd software (not the operating system, pkgsrc, atf, or
> netpgp) go ahead and add it to the template and setup the article.
> I also think larger subsystems are appropriate (Veriexec has its own
> article, for example).

I think that RUMP, PUFFS, iSCSI, LVM and ZFS can have own article too ?



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