From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Tue 18 Nov 2003 - 14:31:13 GMT
On Wed, Nov 19, 2003 at 12:10:46AM +1100, Charles Dale wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> The recent Christmas joviality spurred me into some doc writing. I started a
> bit of reorganisation at good ol' linux-vserver.org.
don't let anybody stop you from doing this ;)
thanks for the help, we appreciate it ...
> I've created a Step-by-Step Guide. It's rather malnourished at the moment
> (no it's not as simple as it might seem!), but remember that, unlike at the
> zoo, you're welcome to feed it:
> Also I've added a News section to the main page. It would be nice if this
> could not take up so much page real estate but the Wiki isn't so flexible on
I've added two features to the wiki layout system,
which might aid you in 'improving' some stuff ...
%%this is a small text%%
well, it's not much, but it might help ...
(maybe we should switch to another wiki, if the
layout seems important to the community ;)
> Also I've created an "Examples" page. This is where you can help! Please add
> details of how _you_ use vservers - VDS/security/backup/coffee/whatever:
> This will hopefully get people excited about the various possibilities.
> In terms of site organisation I think we should aim towards a 3-way split:
> 1. Users - New
> 2. - Current
> 3. Developers
> New users need:
> * Project overview (quick introduction)
> * Examples of vservers in action
> * Step-by-Step VServer Setup Guide (goes through everything required to get
> a functioning vserver)
> * FAQ
> * Links to getting further help
> Users need:
> * Release news, changelogs, download links
> * FAQ
> * Links/documentation on extra features like per-context quota & disk limits
> * Man pages for the tools (or not?)
> * Explanation of the vserver patch (maybe this is for developers)
> Developers need:
> (everything that users need, plus:)
> * Their own area to discuss stuff (Syscall switch, todo lists).
> * I don't know, I'm not a developer!
> Most of these elements are coming together. We need to (1) fill out the
> current docs, then (2) fit everything together nice and cleanly.
> That's enough for tonight, goodnight!
> Chuck =)
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