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- Subject: Re: Kepler cleanup
- From: Ralph Hempel <rhempel@...>
- Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 20:00:34 -0400
Jim Whitehead II wrote:
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 8:59 PM, Cosmin Apreutesei
It's ironic how many open software projects today have wiki-based websites
but they miss the point of how a wiki works (wikipedia and c2.com still do
it right). Should a wiki had been open for anybody to write (yes, without
login or subscription or asking email or everything!), maybe your time would
have been better served -- you might have shown us a little on how to do it
right instead of writing this long critique :)
The wiki is open for editing. Click the 'edit' button on any page,
and you get to edit it without requiring login or subscription. I'm
not sure if you're saying that it should have been (it is), or that
Stuart should have provided his feedback there, but wanted to clarify.
Great! I'm working on a minimal Xavante/Kepler install for a Soekris
box running OpenBSD - and would love to get my app framework to
have a Lua-only webserver.
I'll take notes as I go and add them to the Wiki for getting a minimal
server up and running without Rocks....
PS: Not that Rocks is bad, it's just not ideal for what I want to
do ight now...