[openstack-dev] Team blogs
anteaya at anteaya.info
Mon May 9 22:55:40 UTC 2016
On 05/09/2016 06:45 PM, Robert Collins wrote:
> IIRC mediawiki provides RSS of changes... maybe just using the wiki
> more would be a good start, and have zero infra costs?
Well we are actually moving away from the wiki. Currently new accounts
are closed due to spammers using new accounts to spam the wiki. There
was not a whole lot of support in the room when we had the design summit
session on it:
continuing the wiki. The support was for moving away from the wiki, so
that is what we have agreed to do.
We have some action items on the list including assessing current use of
the wiki and what kinds of items would present challenges as we move
away from it. The time line for the move is a year-ish but we really are
not enthused about new things moving onto the wiki at this time.
> On 10 May 2016 at 10:37, Joshua Harlow <harlowja at fastmail.com> wrote:
>> After seeing the amount of summit recaps and the scattered nature of these
>> (some on the ML, some on etherpads, some on personal blogs); I am starting
>> to wonder if we should again bring up the question of having infra (and I
>> guess the foundation?) support/provide a place for team blogs...
>> I've heard its been discussed before but nothing much ever came of that (not
>> enough people?) and I'm wondering if we can restart this kind of effort so
>> that teams can show-case what is happening in there project, project summit
>> recaps, newer or advertise less used features/functionality and so-on.
>> Having such hosted team blogs also makes it easier to have a history of
>> information (personal blogs can be deleted...) and I think can be quite
>> useful for collaboration/information sharing.
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