=- James Cameron wrote on Fri 15.Dec'06 at 8:54:46 +1100 -= > On Thu, Dec 14, 2006 at 04:32:42PM +0100, Rado S wrote: > > Despite its simplicity, having witnessed the flood of darcs > > patches a few weeks ago, I prefer the less noisy wiki way. > > You've been misled by your observations. The closer patch > exchange between myself and Bill for example using "darcs push" > and "darcs pull" has kept the activity off the mailing list. You > can still see it in the RSS feeds though. Hum, producing 10KB+ patch data by attached complete history for single line change is overkill for my taste, even if it's kept off list. Last time I asked in #netrek Bill didn't know how to turn this off, and I didn't notice anybody else's answer to this. > > 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. > > Well, that mode of operation is already available, so go ahead > and get involved. Those of us with RSS aggregators attached to > the Wiki's RSS feed will notice your work and review it. I know a bit about wiki'ing, though I'm still waiting for the "main" wiki release, not "just" the netrek-dev wiki. If the wiki for netrek.org is definitely not coming, then let's know, and I'll turn to netrek-dev. Thanks for the invitation. :) (but I still hope for www.netrek.org wiki :) -- © 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.