Just some thoughts
johnm at wdi.disney.com
Mon Mar 23 18:11:26 UTC 1998
>> S Q U E A K N E E D S C O O R D I N A T I O N !
>What do you think about managing this with a Wiki/Swiki? Some of the
>software engineering folk here have been talking about using a Wiki for
>development efforts. Ward has used a Wiki to document Wiki (as a form of
>literate programming) and for releasing a version of the code at
>http://c2.com/cgi-bin/wikibase. The Wiki structure really lends itself to
>System Documentation and Specs Maintenance. We could use Ward's Wiki
>(http://c2.com:8080/) or one of my Swikis' (say
>http://pbl.cc.gatech.edu:8080/myswiki), or even a special-purpose (s)wiki
>(maybe named squeakCentral? :-). For uploading images or other binaries,
>we could extend Swiki with a file upload/download facility. We've started
>working along these lines here (for up/download of image files). Squeak
>1.31 has FTP client sockets, which is a nice start.
I agree with Mark; using a Wiki is the ideal solution to this problem.
And it so happens that Ward already has a lovely Wiki devoted to Squeak at:
If you don't see a section there that satisifies your requirements,
just create one! For example, you could create a "Applications Wanted"
section and add an entry for T-Gen describing what it does and where
to find existing source code and documentation for it. It takes less
time than sending an email.
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