asked 2010-04-27 03:29:09 -0500Pekka
Over time, when the project grows, there will be the need for a structured project documentation.
Are there plans where this documentation will be stored? Is Github's Wiki any good? I always found it a little crappy and difficult to use, but I haven't really spent much time with it so the assessment can be unfair.
If there is need for it, and the project doesn't mind using non-Python tools, I can offer setting up and, if desired, also hosting a DokuWiki installation.
Well thanks for motivating me :) and for your offer too - I have a whole server to play with, so hosting is not an issue. Link to the wiki is at the top.
I've installed Mediawiki - something I'm familiar with. The two sites will have separate account systems until we build a robust single sign-on system.
Next up is project site - I want to try Jekyll for that.
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Asked: 2010-04-27 03:29:09 -0500
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