=- James Cameron wrote on Thu 14.Dec'06 at  9:22:26 +1100 -=

> On Wed, Dec 13, 2006 at 09:45:25PM +0100, Rado S wrote:
> > Not being familiar with darcs yet (and generally preferring less
> > tech- requirements for editorial work) I'd rather see a wiki than
> > darcs.
> We've both at the moment. There is a wiki for development
> topics, but it could contain temporary topics that deserve to be
> player facing, all it lacks is the content.
> darcs is currently used for netrek.org, vanilla.us.netrek.org,
> continuum, metaserver, and a few other minor things like source code.
> {...}
> it is really quite simple.  Not significantly different to other tools.
> { steps for an update }
> 6. use "darcs send" to send the changes to the mailing list or
> maintainer, or use "darcs push" to send the changes to a directory
> you have made available for others to access over HTTP.

Despite its simplicity, having witnessed the flood of darcs
patches a few weeks ago, I prefer the less noisy wiki way.
Once the groundwork has been done, following updates will be only
minor, and then I'd like simply to edit it "right in the browser"
and be done. But that's just me.

© Rado S. -- You must provide YOUR effort for your goal!
Even if it seems insignificant, in fact EVERY effort counts
for a shared task, at least to show your deserving attitude.