Ben-WPAN press pickup
dvdkhlng at gmx.de
Fri Jun 17 17:58:50 EDT 2011
>>>>> "Werner" == Werner Almesberger <werner at almesberger.net> writes:
>> My criticism of this entire process and what we have to work on on
>> the Qi side is to work on the message of our projects/products to the
>> real world. That is something that is ongoing and we learn from.
> Yes. I'd love a wiki one can usefully edit. The Web interface is a
> pain. The workflow, even compared to writing directly in HTML, feels
> like carving text into stone ... without a chisel, just your bare,
> bleeding fingers :-)
[.. wiki rant ..]
> A git-based wiki with a local renderer would neatly solve all these
> issues. A while back, I saw several quite promising projects that
> worked in that direction. Has still none of them succeeded to produce
> a usable result ?
Using GIT for a wiki? That's like carving text into stone... using a
CNC machine, programmed via punch cards, that are manually punched with
your big toe.
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