Subject Re: [Firebird-Architect] Re: Open Source and Open Documentation
Author Fabiano Bonin
What if you e-mail all Firebird Foundation members at some regular intervals
asking them to contribute? There are lots of people who i'm sure would be
glad to help, me included.

I think we just need someone to provide some structure (master topics) for
the documentation, some promotion, and the work will start to flow.

On 9/4/06, Roman Rokytskyy <rrokytskyy@...> wrote:
> > Our Wiki at FlameRobin website was open for editing until vandals
> > started to demolish it on a regular basis. You can always go and
> > retrieve the most recent backup, but it becomes really boring after
> > 5-6 times. Since then, we made it read-only for anonymous users.
> Same thing with Jaybird Wiki. I have created a sandbox section where
> everybody was able to post their contributions which would be migrated
> after checking, but the area was abused by spammers with adult
> content. And my hosting rules prohibit posting such content... So, I'd
> say that user/password combination for most cases work pretty well.
> But anyway, the Wiki thing needs contributors. Jaybird Wiki's history
> knows very few contributions originating from other people...
> Roman

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