=- James Quick wrote on Sat 31.Mar'07 at 20:56:57 +1000 -= > On Fri, Mar 30, 2007 at 07:40:22PM +0200, Rado S wrote: > > Technically it can, but since there will be 2 wikis, it's unclear > > where it belongs (or generally what will belong where). > > Never wait for a wiki when one already works. You can always > move the content later. If the content is that valuable to you, > then you will have a backup. I'm not worried for the content, but the time wasted for moving stuff between incompatible wikis, if it just takes a little before the other is ready. (I know, we're all still/ already waiting for quite a long time ;). Or didn't you mean a literal "you" as in "Rado", but rather "somebody" ... who then would be this somebody if not I?! ;) =- Andrew K. Bressen wrote on Fri 30.Mar'07 at 17:41:58 -0400 -= > Once the mediawiki does materialize, it is conceivable that we > could migrate the dev content there. Conveivable maybe, but not definite. Plus, see above, if they are significantly incompatible, it will take some extra time converting. > I'd consider marketing discussions to be in the same category as > code dev and server maintainance; backend stuff that could do > just fine on the dev wiki. Unlike the stuff that potential > players see, the dev wiki does not have to look pretty, and it > is available now. Ok, this "backend not for players" is a satisfying distinction for me. Therefore I agree, it belongs to the dev-wiki. *inspecting what've put up there already* > Ineffective would mean not getting the job done. > Inefficient would allow for the possbibility of getting the job > done, just not in the way that makes best use of resources. Thank you very much, makes more sense now, retrying to make sense out of the dictionary with that help. :) Didn't help that "ineffective" had this meaning among others: "not capable of performing efficiently or as expected" or vice versa: "not producing the effect intended or desired, INCAPABLE, INCOMPETENT" -- © Rado S. -- You must provide YOUR effort for your goal! EVERY effort counts: at least to show your attitude. You're responsible for ALL you do: you get what you give.