[Gluster-infra] Where's the documentation source?

Michael Scherer mscherer at redhat.com
Fri Jan 9 18:10:53 UTC 2015

Le vendredi 09 janvier 2015 à 19:08 +0100, Michael Scherer a écrit :
> Le vendredi 09 janvier 2015 à 09:56 -0800, Joe Julian a écrit :
> > 
> > The wiki works for sysadmins that are not devs. Everyone knows how to
> > type something into a box and hit submit.
> > 
> > Nobody from outside Red Hat is offering anything since this whole push
> > to leave the wiki behind was started. With documentation spread all
> > over the place, nobody can (a) figure out which docs are relevant and
> > (b) figure out how to report/submit a change. I'm consistently having
> > people pop in to IRC to report a bug in one form of documentation or
> > another, or asking about arcane deprecated uses from the wiki. I don't
> > care which one we use, but can we please settle on just one.
> Yeah, we should. i was looking at making the doc auto updated, but it
> need clarity.

While on it, I personally favor a static doc generated from git to
mediawiki, less hassle from the infra side IMHO.
Michael Scherer
Open Source and Standards, Sysadmin
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