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From Grant Ingersoll <>
Subject Re: commited docs vs wiki -- was: Re: [jira] Commented: (LUCENE-805) New Lucene Demo
Date Sat, 24 Feb 2007 12:52:43 GMT


Read the FAQ entry titled "But what if we would like the community at  
large to help maintain the space?"
It seems if we want to bundle the docs w/ a release, then we would  
need a CLA for people that contribute.  At least that is my reading.

On workaround that I _think_ would be satisfactory, though is to not  
bundle that documentation, but just host it under our "Site Versions"  
just like we always do.  Then in the docs we do release, the links  
would take the user to the appropriate site version.  Then, we  
wouldn't be bundling the wiki contents.

This would take some ANT work to do string replacement on the URLs in  
those docs.

On Feb 24, 2007, at 1:24 AM, Chris Hostetter wrote:

> : think we could move more to the Wiki.  One solution, would be to  
> have
> : a simple script that calls wget (or some crawler) and downloads all
> : of the wiki.  It would, however, be better if the wiki supported
> yeah .. that's a fairly crude approach that would result in a lot  
> of the
> useless navigation links being left in place -- and we'd need  
> soemthing
> somewaht custom to deal with changing the site links t opoint to  
> the local
> files
> : tagging a snapshot.  I've seen flashes of references on other
> : projects about the Confluence wiki from Atlassian.  Is this  
> available
> : for use at Apache and does it have the features we want?
> no idea if it has any features like this ... but it does appear to be
> available, geronimo and apache laps use it...
> ....oooohhhhhhh.... this looks promising...
> -Hoss
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