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UsersWAR | 3 Apr 01:25 2009
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Md Aouraghe | 3 Apr 00:50 2009
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Filipus Klutiero | 3 Apr 05:48 2009
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Agree (Re: DebianWiki: "Discussion sub-pages" (aka Supplementation pages))

Frank Lin PIAT wrote:
> Moinmoin has built-in support for Discussion pages (the feature is named
> Supplementation Page, see [1])
>
> What about enabling it.
If that was a question, I agree. (and if that was a request, I support 
it :) )

Note that I never used this Moin feature, so I wouldn't know of issues 
with it, but I assume there are no significant issues.

Filipus Klutiero | 3 Apr 06:44 2009
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wiki.d.o: SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager

Hi,
the wiki page
http://wiki.debian.org/SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager
could use some work, but I can't easily edit it to due an edit restriction on my account for this page set by
Paul Wise in revisions 13, 14 and 15. The restriction is commented by "No edit wars, thanks", which doesn't
make much sense. I didn't notice any other communication from Paul on this issue.

Some improvements that should be made can be seen in the diff between revisions 10 and 11. Would someone
restore this version or remove the access restriction so I can handle it?

Cc-ing Paul hoping he could shed some light on this. Paul, if you sent me a mail, please resend it (or contact
chealer via irc.debian.org) and accept my apologies.

P. S.: I forgot to mention that the Moin upgrade is very appreciated.

Sune Vuorela | 3 Apr 07:09 2009
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Re: wiki.d.o: SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager

On 2009-04-03, Filipus Klutiero <chealer <at> gmail.com> wrote:

Hi debian-www. Please notice that Filipus Klutiero has a past of being
banned from writing to debian-release and being banned from the
control <at> bugs.debian.org bot.

I am going to write this single reply to Filipus Klutiero and not
planning to enter a discussion. This is only to inform debian-www.

> the wiki page
> http://wiki.debian.org/SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager
> could use some work, but I can't easily edit it to due an edit 
> restriction on my account for this page set by Paul Wise in revisions
> 13, 14 and 15. The restriction is commented by "No edit wars, thanks",
> which doesn't make much sense. I didn't notice any other communication
> from Paul on this issue.

I don't know if you remember it, but a few days ago, I asked you to
revert the change, because it did the page worse and more unreadable.

You chose to say something within the lines "Don't discuss this here".
I asked you again to revert it or I would do it and ask for a ban of
you for that wikipage. You repeated your answer.

So, I reverted, you reverted my revert, I reverted your reversion of my
revert and got Paul to set up the acl's.

And please note that having edit access to the debian wiki is a
priviledge, not a right.

> Some improvements that should be made can be seen in the diff between
> revisions 10 and 11. Would someone restore this version or remove the
> access restriction so I can handle it?

There was more bad than good in that revision, so hopefully no one wants
to do that.

/Sune

Filipus Klutiero | 3 Apr 08:15 2009
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Re: Re: wiki.d.o: SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager

Sune Vuorela wrote:
> On 2009-04-03, Filipus Klutiero <chealer <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi debian-www. Please notice that Filipus Klutiero has a past of being
> banned from writing to debian-release and being banned from the
> control <at> bugs.debian.org bot.
>   
I don't see how this is relevant, unless you imply that this past talks 
about the value of my contributions. Should that be the case, please 
notice that the debbugs team is currently under investigation before 
jumping to conclusions.

> [...] having edit access to the debian wiki is a
> priviledge, not a right.
Actually, most pages can be edited by any registered user.

> > Some improvements that should be made can be seen in the diff between
> > revisions 10 and 11. Would someone restore this version or remove the
> > access restriction so I can handle it?
>
> There was more bad than good in that revision, so hopefully no one wants
> to do that.
If you think there's something bad, please explain what and I'll 
consider it. Better yet, if you're confident enough, just fix it.

Frank Lin PIAT | 3 Apr 09:10 2009
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Re: Re: wiki.d.o: SummerOfCode2009/KDE-based-packagemanager

Hello,

On Fri, 2009-04-03, Filipus Klutiero wrote:
> Sune Vuorela wrote:
> > On 2009-04-03, Filipus Klutiero <chealer <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Some improvements that should be made can be seen in the diff between
> > > revisions 10 and 11. Would someone restore this version or remove the
> > > access restriction so I can handle it?
> >
> > There was more bad than good in that revision, so hopefully no one wants
> > to do that.
> If you think there's something bad, please explain what and I'll 
> consider it. Better yet, if you're confident enough, just fix it.

There is a kind of implicit rule on this wiki...
wiki pages are like packages, they are maintained by some Teams/People.
(DebianInstaller/* are managed by DI team, WiFi/* pages are managed by
Geoff Simons and a few others, DebianEdu/* are managed by Holger a few
others ...).
It doesn't prevents other people from contributing. But if the
maintainer don't like one's patch... well that person should try to
understand why his/her patch were rejected and talk to the maintainer.
(Telling why the patch isn't applied seems to be a good practice too).

Based on the fact that Sune had initiated that gsoc page, made many
contributions, and that he is the maintainer of many KDE packages, he
obviously cares for that page.

Note: the wiki changelog is a very effective communication tool, when
it's used as such. (i.e say what you do and why you did it).

Franklin

P.S. Chealer, you can use a /Discussion page to submit you ideas.

Arnaud Quette | 3 Apr 10:30 2009

Re: Debian and Eaton partnership (Italian translation)

Hey there,

you will find attached the Italian version of the boiler plate.
still to be proof read by an Italian guy.

cheers,
Arnaud
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Matt Kraai | 3 Apr 16:23 2009

Re: Debian and Eaton partnership (Italian translation)

On Fri, Apr 03, 2009 at 10:30:32AM +0200, Arnaud Quette wrote:
> you will find attached the Italian version of the boiler plate.
> still to be proof read by an Italian guy.

Thanks for the translation.

Daniele or Giuseppe, would you please review the attached translation
and update www.debian.org/partners/index.it?

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